Health is wealth - you've probably heard that times and over. However, this could be an old saying but remains true till present. To achieve a super healthy lifestyle, you either eat right or do the right workouts. In the case of the latter, what better way than to use free workout apps which not only guides but also monitors your workout progress.
After a thorough search, we've come up with these great apps which will help your workout and also monitor your progress as you go along. What's more, they are free to use for android mobile users.
Here they are:
Home Workout by Leap Fitness Group
Busy schedules? Can't make it to the gym? Can't afford workout equipment? The home workout app is one of many ways to attaining that fitness you've always desired.
With some exercising routine - you get to develop your abs, chest, legs, arms and butt as well as the entire body with push-ups, squats, sit-ups, planks, crunches, wall sits, jumping jacks, punches, triceps dips, and so on. According to the app developer, it's a personal training coach in your pocket. Also, claims exercises are all designed by workout professionals.
Most importantly, never miss on your workout routines as you customize your workout reminder to fit your busy schedules.
Nike Run Club by Nike World
Are you scared of exercises? Do the thoughts of squatting or push-ups send chills down your spine? Well, you can still maintain a healthy lifestyle without doing any of those seemingly rigorous exercises. Your best bet will be to run it out. In this case, the Nike Run Club app could be your best companion.
The Nike Run Club is a social world for not just athletes, but anyone bent on improving his/her health condition via running.
The app is compatible with Android Wear OS devices which tracks your progress and feeds the app with appropriate data. Still not impressed yet, you also get guidance by Nike coaches and athletes as you run along.
With the Nike Run Club, you never run out of interest. Your friends are right there, cheering you up every step of the way. You also get to cheer them too.
Strava by Strava Inc.
Exercising, running, and eating right isn't just the only way to keep fit. Ever considered cycling or even swimming? Yeah, you can track your health progress as you do the things you enjoy the most. Strava helps in this regard.
Strava also claims to track much more activities than just running, swimming, or running; it can also track activities related to Alpine Ski, Hike, Crossfit, Rock Climb, Surfing, Yoga, Gym workouts, and practically anything that gets the body active.
The app tracks everything - distance, swim pace, cycle speed, elevation gained, and calories burned. You also get to set challenges, hit milestones, and even compete with others.
The app isn't completely free; it has an in-app purchase that gives you access to more functionalities. However, the free version is just fine.
Google Fit by Google LLC
The Google Fit app encourages you to do simple things which will keep you in good health. Things like constant walking, exercises, riding, and so on. It rewards you with Move Minutes and Heart Points, both rewards for activities during the day.
According to Google, the Google Fit app is compatible with a host of wearables and apps such as the Lifesum, Wear OS by Google, Nike+, Runkeeper, Strava, MyFitnessPal, Lifesum, Basis, Sleep as Android, Withings, Xiaomi Mi bands, and more. The app also serves as a great coach, adjusting your goals based on your performance.
As good as all these sounds, it hasn't gotten a lot of kudos from its users, especially after its most recent update. A lot of users have complained about its inability to track activities appropriately. However, Google is known to be a good listener, regularly updating its apps according to users demand. Hopefully, all its flaws will be rectified in no time.
Apps mentioned above have been carefully selected based on user reviews and can be trusted to deliver what they promise.