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The Best Fitness Apps of 2016

by | Feb 26, 2016 | Exercise & Fitness | 0 comments

Losing weight and staying healthy and fit tops the list of every New Year resolution in moments of zealous passion, and 2016 is no exception. If your idea of kickstarting the New Year is by trimming down your waist, bidding adieu to those unflattering stockpiles of calories, and ramping up your fitness regimen, you are in need of some tried-and-tested best fitness apps for Android and iPhone, diligently designed to keep you on track and help you realize your fitness goals.

1. Digifit iCardio
For individuals who want to garner hardcore stats about their workouts, GPS and accelerometers won’t fit the bill alone. A heart rate monitor compounded by one of the best fitness apps that has the capability to access the information it collects, is indispensable for people who want no compromise on their fitness goals. Digifit iCardio is a commendable app for Android and iPhone, and can be coupled with any supported heart rate monitor to monitor your bicycle rides, runs, and other workouts. In addition to recording your heart rate, Digifit iCardio also records the pace, time, and distance.

2. Pact
Pact is one of the best fitness apps that encourage you to log your food, eat more veggies, and workout, by putting money at stake. You make fitness pacts with the app and decide how much to bet on each. If you emerge successful at your end of the pact, you earn money from the app, somewhere around $0.30 to $5 a week, which can add up over time. However, if you fail to deliver on the pact, the app will debit your account for the money you wagered on the pact. It’s prudent to start with a small amount and then up your stakes to motivate yourself into rigorously following up on your fitness regime.

3. MyFitnessApp
MyFitnessPal, owned by Under Armor, is set out to be another contender for the best fitness apps of 2016. The app incorporates a searchable database that gives access to millions of food items and easily lets you append your food log to your phone. The app and its various services are absolutely free of charge. In addition to the ease of logging, you get a personalized diet profile that helps you establish healthy exercise and diet goals.

4. The 21 Days Shred
Newbie lifters and veteran gym rats alike can leverage the advantages of the newly revamped 21-Day Shred App. Equipped with an intuitive interface, the 21-Day Shred incorporates 3 weeks of progressively harder workouts designed to get your muscles to pop and burn fat. Unlike other fitness apps that generate routines randomly, the 21 Day Shred works on the concepts of field tested rationale for each exercise plan and supplements it with a comprehensive diet regimen that ensures your body is replete with energy.

5. Sworkit
A portmanteau of “simply work it”, Sworkit adopts a holistic approach to strength workouts without the use of any gear and is equipped with a custom workout builder, especially designed for fitness professionals and veteran athletes to create their routines from the library of 170 exercises, just like playlists, and share it with others.

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