There is always a need for an expert when it comes to matters of health and fitness. It is essential to have a fitness trainer and a nutritionist to help out. In this digital age, there are applications that can effectively take the position of both the nutritionist and the trainer. These applications have helped me to stay fit by keeping me dedicated to my training schedules and provided me with a helpful diet guide to follow. Here, I list some that have been helpful to me, all of which I feel would be resourceful to anyone on a health and fitness journey.
This application is free to download for Android and iOS. It offers meal planning and on-demand workouts. The application set for me personalized exercise sessions and a diet to follow. All that was based on the results I wanted to see. 8fit is always issuing instructions, reminders, guidance, and suggestions. The application has videos that are a good aid to workout. I am required to log what I have eaten so that the application can have a better analysis of my progress. There is also a pro version plan which has a subscription of $25 per month, $60 for 6 months, and $80 for an annual plan. The pro version gives custom meals, shopping lists and makes all workouts accessible.
Centr enables planning of training sessions, eating healthy, and doing workouts. The application is used to lose weight, get fit or build muscle. Training goals should be set during the registration process. Some workouts in this application have coaches. These coaches demonstrate workouts and help through them till they are complete.
Other workouts are self-guided with a provided sample video and a timer. This application is available on Android and iOS mobile phones. It can also be accessed through a browser. There is a subscription fee of $119.99 per year, $59.99 per quarter, and $29.99 per month. The app provides a free trial valid for seven days.
FitOn offers users a workout-on-demand. Workouts are given according to the specifications of the user. They are based on the level of intensity wanted, intended training time, and type of workout desired. The application has butt, abs, thighs, yoga, and stretching workouts. The app enables heart-rate monitoring on the screen when training, through the help of a heart rate monitor. It has a leaderboard that enabled me to compete with my friends. This made training more fun and challenging for me. I was able to train with some of the best trainers through video tutorials. It is available on Android, iOS, and browsers. The pro version of this application costs $69.99 per year. Pro subscribers are given personalized meal plans.
This is a free to download workout-on-demand application. It can be used on Android, Windows, iOS and the web. The application is equipped with workout videos that can be done at home. The free version of this application offers a limited number of workouts. The premium account is worth $79.99 per year and$ 9.99 per month. I loved this application because it gave me a human trainer to walk me through my training session.
This is a workout assistant that allows the streaming of training sessions. I was able to steam and join workout classes through forte.fit I was amazed by this since I was able to attend a real workout class through the internet. Forte also allowed me to search for available classes. Each class has the time and date listed on the site. There are also details of the length of the class and equipment required to train. Forte requires members to pay a monthly fee of $39 or an annual fee of $288.