+ Women’s Health Lite app: quick exercises for women on the go. All of these you can do for home, while working with the world’s best trainers & athletes. Women’s Health knows their shit. I browsed through this app & it’s super motivating, even if you don’t have a workout partner. Again, there’s absolutely no excuse to not workout! It’s cost efficient, user-friendly, & fast!
+ Whole Foods Market Recipes app: my girlfriend, Lisa recommended this one & after reading through the recipe index, I’m hooked. What I love about this app is that you can search by recipes, ingredients, or dietary preferences [ vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, low-fat, etc. ]. Definitely will be using Whole Foods fabulous recipe for “Simply Delicious Homemade Hummus.”
+ Lose It! app: this is perfect for people on the go who want to keep accountable for their food intake. My friend, Jen uses this daily & she LOVES it. Their average Lose It! user loses twelve pounds! It takes care of your fitness and diet needs in an effective, easy way.
+ Learn Pilates app: anyone who reads this blog knows I.am.obsessed.with.Pilates. It has changed my body. If you’re strapped for cash this free app provides three free lessons. This works well for people that are always busy- take thirty minutes at home & squeeze in a Pilates class! If you’re wanting more Pilates tips, pay only $1.99 to buy the whole course. This is a total WIN.
+ MyFitnessPal app: Elena, my workout partner/friend, uses this app to keep herself on track. She raves over it; I tried the other day & it’s pretty spectacular. It asks for your weight, height, goal weight, birthday & then calculates how many calories you should eat a day to achieve your goal weight in record time. Although I am not a big calorie counter, this app is ideal for someone who really wants to watch their diet & attain life-changing results. Also note: MyFitnessPal was featured as a winner on the Dr. Oz Show.
Now see? There’s really no reason to not be in tip-top shape! What’s your favorite fitness/diet app?
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8 replies to “My Favorite Free Fitness/Diet Apps”
Hey Lauryn, you mentioned that you don’t count calories? What do you do instead? I’ve always been told that thats the only method to keep from over-eating.
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Check out this post for more information: https://www.theskinnyconfidential.com/calories-smalories-why-i-dont-count-my-cals/ xox
I have the My Fitness Pal app and I love it – I used it to get in shape for my spring break! The best feature is its ability to scan bar codes!
Nike Training Center is a good one! It has great 15 min, 30 min, and 45 minute workouts and a lot of variety too!
How exciting to have found this blog. Keep it up!
I really like Lose It, it’s great if you want to maintain a healthy living.
I also use ActivityTracker to monitor my daily moves. It’s lesser known, but definitely worth checking out.
Great to share the information.
Thank you for sharing.
Fitness accountability app