The 9 Apartment-Friendly Workout Apps We're Obsessed With Right Now
It's time to get resourceful—more time at home just means that we need to come up with new ways of moving our bodies outside of the gym. There are some benefits too—like not having to find a park during 6pm rush, having no eyes on you while you perfect your push up technique and one-on-one coaching from your virtual trainer. Our online shopping patterns have changed slightly, now mostly consisting of memberships to health and fitness apps to keep us motivated and in shape. We've listed seven of our favourites right now for you to try, so grab your exercise mat and set aside an hour to get to work.
Your fave Chris Hemsworth is slinging free six-week trials to his popular training app Centr that's full of bodyweight exercises that you can complete alongside Chris himself and his team of dedicated trainers or try a more interactive version where you'll receive encouragement as you go. There's also tasty recipes to try as well as mindful meditation and sleep visualisations to get a full body and mind workout.
SWEAT features a selection of the best female personal trainers whose mission is to help you live your best life through fitness and nutrition. If you're after a one-stop wellness app, you'll love the workouts, nutritional guides and support housed within the app. New members receive a free trial which is a bonus.
Get ready to live your healthiest and happiest life yet with Keep it Cleaner's inspiring community. The app consists of a world-class fitness training program, run tracker and hundreds of delicious meal ideas. No matter your fitness level, you'll feel comfortable participating in their hundreds of twenty-minute workouts that are designed to be done anywhere.
Freeletics have multiple dedicated health and fitness apps, with each of them focusing on a specific area of wellness. From Running to Training Coach, depending on what your fitness goals are it might be a good idea to download them all and use them interchangeably throughout the week to boost your energy levels and clear your head.
From high-intensity workouts to mindful meditations, Asana Rebel will become part of your overall lifestyle. Everything on the app is designed to be performed anywhere you like, from the park to the bedroom. If you're tight on time, their five-minute workouts are the perfect way to squeeze in some exercise into your day, and in your spare time you can read up on their daily articles to expand your knowledge.
Sworkit was born from the same frustrations we all have—not enough time, not enough equipment and not enough motivation. The creators of the app ar here to show you that you don't need a gym to become and stay fit, and any time is a great time to start. The app is designed for a variety of fitness goals as well, from losing weight to gaining muscle and improving flexibility.
Fitbit Coach's intuitive video workouts evolve with your progress and feedback, so it's basically like having a personal trainer in your living room. There's also audio coaching within the app to help you improve speed and stay on track, as well as body weight, walk and run workouts made just for you.
With a catalogue of over five-hundred easy and healthy recipes, as well as guided workouts with expert trainers and customisable meal plans, this app designed by Clinical Nutritionist Jessica Sepel is here to guide you through balanced eating approaches, reduce anxiety around food, and get your body moving everyday.
Lyndi Cohen is a best-selling author of The Nude Nutritionist and a registered Dietitian whose informative website has helped countless people get their fitness journey back on track. Her Back to Basics program is perfect for anyone who's looking to save money on their weekly grocery spend and make every bit last, as well as tone their body with workouts and clear their mind with weekly mindset videos.
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