This app is available on both iPhone and iPad. Whether you can an expert yogi or just want to get started at the comfort of your own home, this app is the most expansive yoga app.
You can try the other ones out there (and yes even the free ones), but I promise you, you’ll end up getting this one and sticking with it. With over 300 poses, you can search and sort through the different poses, based on skill level and difficulty, or you can just start trying out a preset program! You can also check out the community online to give yourself some motivation!
Click here to download Yoga.com!
7 minute workouts
This is the newest app I added to my collection of fitness apps. With the weather nowadays being so unpredictable, running on a daily option isn’t an option, so now I do 7 minute workouts 2-3 times a day I can’t go outdoors – I mean I can, but I don’t want to get pneumonia.
There are other apps out there that measure your activity (walking, running, cycling, hiking, etc.), but there is only one I absolutely have to use = RunKeeper.
RunKeeper tracks all of your activities, collects a map using GPS, not only measures distance and pace, but also altitude.
This is what a tracked activity looks like, probably too much information, but sometimes its nice to see your progress! Oh yeah, its all free. There is an Elite option, which allows you to share your activity live – perfect for those participating in a race. I use it when I run marathons and share it with my friends and family so they know where I am at any given point (no more waiting at the finish line for a couple of hours!)
Click here to download RunKeeper!
What is your favorite fitness app?
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