Health and fitness apps are everywhere. There are countless calorie counting apps and enough run tracking apps for every day of the week. Here are three of my favorite apps that I personally use. Each one of these apps are free too!
7 Minute Workout
There are several workout options to choose from, but the classic workout is a great full body exercise that I stick too. Within seven minutes you’ll get thirteen different exercises in.
- Jumping jacks
- Wall sit
- Abdominal crunches
- Step-up onto chair
- Triceps dips
- High stepping
- Push-up & rotation
- Side plank right
- Side plank left
Providing all the run based stats you’d expect Runkeeper also provides training regiments for marathons and half marathons. Within Runkeeper you can set running and/or weight loss goals, see your friends activity, and join challenges with others users from across the globe.
Runkeeping tracks more than runs. Available activity types include hiking, cycling, swimming, downhill skiing, and many more.
Once you enter your weight and height Google Fit helps you monitor steps and calories burned among other stats, as long as you have your phone on you. It is a free alternative to the FitBit. Google Fit can also be connected to Runkeeper so your tracked runs can be displayed among your other activity.