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5 Fitness Apps to keep your health and calorie count in check!

Here's some extra tip for your gym motivation!
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The great Herophilus said it right, “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.” Today in this fast race of life where one is so occupied in her/his daily chores he hardly has time to divide between what’s actually important and what’s not.

With the onset of new age philosophies, careers have fast racked, digital devices have replaced textbooks, Kindles have replaced novels, and elevators have replaced stairs and what not! The only measure that is constantly being affected is common man’s health. I am not talking about any pop-celebrity who is taken care by a team size of 10 people. It is the daily commoner whose health is only his hands and no one else.

Digitization has almost left its footprint in every nook and corner of India. Be it a rickshaw puller, a watchman, a tailor, a small vendor or the metropolitan city commuter. They all function when their phones function and most importantly when their “apps” function!

This stimulation of your smartphone and health care has been bought into practice by few bestselling applications that will help your health and calorie count in check! They are available on both – Apple and Play store and a user can take maximum benefit from amazing workout and yoga sessions. Take a look!

Sweat by Kayla Itsines
Sweat by Kayla Itsines
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Sweat is the go-to place for women’s health and fitness, now hosting multiple trainers and programs. Kayla Itsines’ BBG program includes high-intensity plyometric training using minimal space & equipment. Kayla has also developed BBG Stronger, a new weights-based program for gym goers. The goal isn’t weight loss, it’s to make women around the world be happy in their own bodies and be bikini body confident.

HealthifyMe
HealthifyMe
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The HealthifyMe app with over 5 Million users is free to download and use. Premium plans along with personal coaching is recommended for users looking to see better results in weight loss, building muscles, toning up, or controlling medical conditions. The personalized diet and fitness plans are designed to deliver faster results in a healthy way.

Runkeeper
Runkeeper
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Runkeeper is a GPS fitness-tracking app for iOS and Android with over 50 million users. First launched in 2008 by CEO Jason Jacobs with the help of “moonlighting engineers” and Raizlabs. Runkeeper integrates with the built-in music function of the phone and social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare.

SworkIt
sworkit
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Most people don’t work out because they don’t think they have the time or find it too intimidating. Sworkit guides you with video workouts for your specific needs that can be done at home in as little as 5-15 minutes.

Jefit
jefit
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Jefit is a health and fitness app for Android that helps users to keep on track, live healthier, and stay motivated with their fitness goal. JEFIT is the ultimate personal training and workout tracker for all individuals looking for that extra step and motivation to get back into the gym and achieve their fitness goals.

Hailing from New Delhi, Saumya wears her heart on her sleeve for her city. An ailurophile and an author of two novels; she is a voracious reader and divides her time between studying authors and cooks, often simultaneously! Alongside the day job, she’s currently trying to work on a travel blog (The Road Taken and Written) representing India. She can be found on various corners of the internet, but most frequently on Facebook and Twitter as “isaumyakaushik”. If you’re ever interested in discussing Harry Potter, Saumya re-reads the series at least once a year, so drop her a line.

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