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There’s no better way in today’s technologically advanced world than to use apps to help you reach your goals.
MyFitnessPal is one that I have personally used and loved. The app is perfect for keeping track of what you eat and counting the macros of what you eat. It can also inform you of how much you should be eating depending on your body type to reach whatever goal you want whether it is to maintain, gain, or lose weight. You can also track the amount of water you consume and how many calories you burn while exercising.
Download: iTunes and Android
Sworkit gives you no excuse to not workout. It provides the customer various workout videos for whatever part of the body they want to workout. If you’re on a time crunch it even allows you to choose how long you want to do the workout for.
This app manages your physical activities and shows you your performance after a period of time. The completed exercises will earn points that unlock badges and “level up”s. You can even invite friends to join you and complete challenges.
Get bored while working out? This app plays music thats beat matches your stride as you run. Additionally, it tracks your performance as you run.
Teemo is a incorporates fitness trainers with social motivation and “missions” to keep you motivated. Teemo players select from missions and can invite up to nine Facebook friends to join. Then the team members work together to complete their mission rather than compete against each other.