Anyone can decide they finally want to get fit, but how many people actually follow through with their plans? The numbers might demotivate you, so just tell yourself there is no way you’ll fail if you put your mind to it. One of the reasons you’ll be able to stick to your fitness plans is because you can use some cool apps to help you and we’ll discuss what they are and what they do right now.
Cody: Fitness Community
Some people don’t want to get fit by themselves. Going to the gym every day and lifting weights can be lonely, so they like to keep things active by joining a community of like-minded people who are looking to achieve the same goals. You can find those people inside the Cody app and if you like the way they train you can even copy their workouts instead of making up your own. It lets you track everything too, so you can remember what you’ve done from one week to the next.
Are you one of those people who like to track every single thing throughout the day? You can track everything you want, but when the sun goes down you’ll just be left with a bunch of numbers even though you put in a lot of effort. The developers behind Every Move realize this which is why they’ve went out and grabbed you great deals with retailers provided you hit certain goals. Now when you start tracking things you will be rewarded with something more exciting than a bunch of numbers when you’re done.
If you’re busy and you have a normal social life you don’t want to spend too much time in the gym every day. An easy way to get around this while still getting a great workout is to perform circuit training. If forces you to work very hard for a certain amount of time before you’re allowed to relax. Seconds Pro will let you organize your training into specific intervals and you can blast through everything quickly, plus you can even do workout at home with a small selection of equipment.
Some will argue that Tabata training is the fastest way to stay fit in the world. It’s been floating around for decades and since this app came out it’s been thrust back into the spotlight again. It is still classed as interval training, but instead of making up your own rules you perform an exercise for 20 seconds before taking 10 seconds rest. Do this for 4 short minutes and your workout is complete for the day, but during those 20 seconds of work you do need to put in as much effort as physically possible.
Pact: Earn Cash For Living Healthy
This app is a little like gambling because when you say you’re going to take part in a fitness activity you must go otherwise you’ll lose your money. It might help you keep motivated for something like swimming lessons, so even if you can’t be bothered going a few times per week you will need to grab your swimwear and drive to the gym otherwise you will waste money. You also get to claim money off other people when they don’t fulfill their obligations and everyone is meant to come out a winner.
Everyone is a winner
Everyone has the power to change their life and the only reason they give up is because they can’t stay motivated. These apps might not be able to change the world, but they’ll certainly be able to give you a little fitness boost when you’re feeling down so I think they’ll help you stay on track.