These days, many of us own smartphones. Many people, too, are serious about fitness and health. These individuals could definitely benefit from utilizing the best workout apps on their smartphones. Such apps are great to have right at your fingertips and are extremely motivating.
Endomono is a great app for people who are serious about keeping fit by running, walking or bicycling. It is a GPS-type tracker that helps you to time distances traveled while performing any of those exercises. It is free for all smartphone types -- iPhone, Nokia, Android and BlackBerry. One of the absolute best things about Endomono is that it is not simply just an app -- it is also a social network of people who are serious about fitness, as it is also a website that has a Facebook and Twitter for people to compare their fitness experiences.
If you are an iPhone user who is looking to lose weight and feel you need a personal trainer, you need look no farther than the Jillian Michaels Fitness Motivation app. You will have various how to articles regarding certain exercises right there on your phone, and in addition, you can track the amount of calories you burn as well as distances you run or walk, plus how much weight you lose. What more motivation could you possibly get than with the personal trainer from the reality TV show The Biggest Loser?
Best Virtual Treadmill is another fitness app that is available for iPhone. It is designed to motivate you to work out at home or on the go when you don't have the time or inclination to get to the gym. While you exercise, the app will track your calories burned, distance, amount of steps you've taken and of course your speed. Keep the phone in your pocket or in your hand while you walk in place in front of your television set at home, or while you are briskly jogging around in your backyard.
SportyPal is another GPS-type app, and it is available for platforms such as Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows. What separates this particular app from other GPS-based ones is that it creates fitness graphs as a result of your workouts. Fortunately, this wonderful app is actually available for a free download, and the creators of it are planning on making it available for still more smartphone platforms.
Adidas has created a great free fitness app called miCoach. This is also GPS-based, but has a real time voice included to guide you through your workout, whether you are running or walking. It will tell you when you should speed up, slow down or if you should continue at your current pace. This app is currently available for iPhone and Android. Runners are urged to check it out.
If you are a yoga enthusiast, you should try the All-in-Yoga app, as it is appropriate for individuals of all different levels of experience. You will get detailed instructions, breathing exercises and many other useful tips. There is a free version of this app, although the paid version is said to be considerably better.