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Looking to Stay Fit During Lockdown? Here Are Five Interesting Mobile Fitness Apps

Apps help us get things done fast and easy. We rely on it to manage our time, organize our work, keep track of our goals, shop for our favourite products, and now, keep ourselves fit.

Whether it’s motivation, music, tracking, or a full workout routine, here are five of the best apps that will help you stay on track with your fitness goals:

1. Fitbit Coach

If you own a Fitbit and want to make the most of it, you have to download Fitbit Coach. Like its name, this app serves as your personal coach by recommending workouts and activities based on your daily fitness logs.

Fitbit Coach has hundreds of workouts and it can make your routines more difficult as you progress with your fitness goals. You need to pay £7.99 monthly or £39.99 annually for this app though, but it is worth every quid you spend.

2. Daily Workouts Fitness Trainer

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly (or free) fitness app that still does the job, you have to try Daily Workouts Fitness Trainer. This app offers workout routines that range from 5 to 30 minutes, all of which you can do at home so you don’t have to pay for a gym membership fee.

Developed by a certified personal trainer, you’ll find a variety of workouts with video instructions to get those fats burning in no time.

3. Blogilates

If you enjoyed working out with Cassey Ho’s YouTube videos, then you’d want to download Blogilates. Available in iOS for free, this app offers a lot of on-demand workouts, fitness recommendations, recipes and just some motivation to keep you on track with your fitness goals.

Ho is an American fitness entrepreneur who sells her own athleisure wear, but she also offers a lot of good workouts that don’t demand a lot from you but still gets the job done. And if you want access to the workout calendar and some exclusive videos, you can subscribe for just £0.99 per month.

4. YogaGlo

Whether you’re turning to yoga to get better sleep, release stress or just improve your wellbeing while staying fit, YogaGlo is one of the best apps to try out there.

The app’s highly curated classes from some of the best instructors offer everything that you need to be a yoga master in no time. And the best part is, you can download classes to fol£ow while you’re travelling without WiFi.

5. Jillian Michaels Fitness

Finally, if her stint as one of the original trainers in the hit show “The Biggest Loser” isn’t proof enough, Jillian Michaels is also the go-to fitness trainer of a lot of celebrities.

So if you want to experience her killer workout routines, you have to download the Jillian Michaels Fitness app where you can watch her in action on every workout. But the best thing about this app is that it’s fully customisable, which means that you get workout routines and meal suggestions that really fit your needs.

For £14.00 per month or £179.88 per year, you’re surely getting your money’s worth with a celebrity trainer like Michaels.

MobileMadeSimple
Hi all, I'm Alan and I am the main writer at MobileMadeSimple.co.uk. I have a huge passion for technology and I am experienced at using both iOS and Android. I have previously worked for a major UK mobile network in a technical support role and I also represented Samsung at major product events such as IFA and MWC. I have decided to restart my blog during the COVID-19 lockdown and it is also a great opportunity to share my passion for technology with all of you.

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