If you own a smartphone and your life practically revolves around Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, and Snapchat, it’s about time you make that tad bit of effort to go to your App/Play store and actually download some apps that may help you stay fit. If you are a Samsung smart-phone user, how many times have you actually used the S Health app? Maybe you just tested it on your Ammi jaan once or twice to check her pulse rate or something, that too just to see if the thing really is accurate or is it taking up fazool ki space on your phone.
In short, these apps never really appeal to us as health fanatics. But what if you actually come to know about some fitness apps that are the ‘real deal’? Here are some of them you might actually want to keep and not delete.
Do you know how important it is to eat clean to live a healthy life? Nutright makes it possible for you to find the best food options for you which are not only practical according to your geography but also very beneficial for your health and fitness goals. Nutright not only provides you personalized meal plans but also daily workout routines which are performed by Nutright’s world class endurance athletes for you to go an extra mile. Nutright also has a calorie and fitness journal to log all you do.
Have you ever really wished you could hire a personal trainer for yourself? And that too muftay ka? Well, if that isn’t possible in a real life situation, maybe you could actually work with a virtual one. This app basically helps you with your daily workout routine once you fill in the data for the level you want to work on. So if you are a sust tareen insaan yet you want to lose some weight, this app would be your perfect guide and motivation.
This is for those of you little Einsteins that like to keep a track of how much they have run or jogged (cycled too, if you are a bit too burger) as well as at what speed you have done so. The accuracy level of this app is pretty high and it is easily available on the App Store. Android users might be a bit disappointed, but the next app in the list is what you guys would look forward to.
Similar to the Cyclemeter, this app also tracks your outdoor sporting activities such as running, jogging, biking and hiking. An added feature in this app, however, is that it also keeps a track of your calories as well as your heart rate. Not only is it available on android and apple devices, even those with a windows phone are in for a treat.
This is for those gym junkies that cannot work out without a beat. If you are someone who really values consistent music while doing that cardio, download Fit Radio today and check out the hottest mixes by DJs, suited to all sorts of workouts including Zumba and Aerobics.
The name of the app itself is much of a motivation, isn’t it? This app helps you keep a count of the calories that you burn and consequently, it helps you monitor the pounds you are losing each day. Added features of this app allow you to put in daily data regarding your food consumption and the amount of calories each meal you take contains.