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4 Health and Fitness Apps to Try
Check out some of the best apps for health and fitness

Whether you want to get stronger through exercise or just find time during your hectic day to relax, there’s an app for that. Tracking your goals and progress on your phone is an easy way to keep everything in one place and help you stay motivated. Check out some of the best apps for health and fitness.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more people started meditating as a way to find solace during this chaotic time. Headspace is a great app to start your introspective journey and reduce your overall stress. Available in the App Store and Google Play, Headspace was created by Buddhist monk Andy Puddicombe and advertiser Rich Pierson in 2010. The app offers beginner guidance for meditation as well as food and cooking guidance — with evidence to back up its info. You can try the app with a free trial or sign up for monthly ($12.99/month) or yearly ($5.83/month) subscriptions.
Are you trying to get into yoga but don’t know where to start? Check out the app Glo, which works for both beginners and advanced yogis. Daily classes and updates are available through the well-respected group of teachers. The app also works without Wi-Fi but can also be integrated with your Apple Watch for ease of use. You can also access Glo through Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Android devices. If you’re already convinced, a monthly subscription is $18, but you can also try a free 7-day trial to test things out.
7 Minute Workout
Appealing to individuals with busy schedules who just can’t seem to find time to work out, 7-Minute Workout solves this issue in a user-friendly format. The best part about the app is that no equipment is needed for the fast exercise routines, which means you can still work out when traveling. 7-Minute Workout has three main options on the home screen for you to choose from based on your mood and energy levels: basic workout, 7-minute abs, and 7-minute high-intensity sweat session. This helpful app is available in the App Store and on Google Play for free.
Daily Workouts Fitness Trainer
If you’re just starting out with working out and you’re not committed to spending money each month, Daily Workouts Fitness Trainer is a good choice. The app was developed by a certified trainer and features home-based workouts, varied workout lengths, sessions created for men and women, and it’s free! You’ll get randomized workouts created from nearly 100 different moves that are designed to get your body stronger. You can find the app on Google Play and in the App Store for no cost, but there is a “full version” that has even more exercises and is ad-free.
This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to useful health and fitness apps. The most efficient way to find what works for you is to write down your goals and how much time you’ll have to commit to those goals. Once you know what you want to accomplish, find an app that will help you get there the best.
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