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Here Are The 5 Best Fitness Apps To Use In 2017

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Download these fitness apps and stay motivated until your goal is achieved. (Credit-Pixabay)

New Year brings new energy and new zeal to accomplish the old resolutions. It is that time of the year we reevaluate and reflect to discover all the imperfections that need some improvement. And it is that time of the year when most of us pledge to get fit and active. So, if you are planning the same then here is a list of best fitness apps to keep you motivated.

Studies reveal that monitoring your progress help you achieve your goal faster. If you do not want to forget your resolution by February, then download these fitness apps and stay motivated until your goal is achieved.

Download These Best Fitness Apps To Stay Motivated

  1. Weight Watchers App

This is a wonderful app for all those who want to shed some extra pounds. The app allows you to be public or private as per your preference.

Treat it as a personal diary or share your weight-loss goals, healthy eating, successes, and setbacks with people. The app also offers good recipes and weight loss related advice to do it right.

2. Runkeeper

Runkeeper has over 40 million users and the app is the one that you need to track your activity. The app recently got updated to work with the Apple Watch Series 2 and Apple Watch Nike+ GPS tracking.

You can use the app while walking or cycling and of course while running, as the name suggests. You can also play along with music performing activities.



3. Cody

Cody is a great app for all the Facebook fans. Users can follow friends and share workout plans on Cody. Besides, you also get to track your own progress and another user can like or comment. This is a great way to videotape your progress and stay connected.

4. Strava

This is another app for fitness freaks who love to engage in social networking. Apart from serious fitness training, the app also allows you to follow athletes and their fitness routine.

Last summer cyclist Greg Van Avermaet uploaded his Rio race during Olympic Games. There are two versions including premium and free. Strava has teamed up with New Balance in a new smartwatch called RunIQ.

5. Hot5 Fitness

This app is a must have for those who wish to get a step by step workout plan. From abs and core to yoga and flexibility, Hot5 contains pages of 5-minute video workouts of different difficulty level.

From 5-minute core blasting to 45-minute yoga session, this app has it all. And the best part about this app is that you do not even need an internet connection to use it.

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