Workout Apps to Try at Home
Can’t go to the gym because of the lockdown but still want to workout? Don’t worry as you can always do it at home. You may not have access to some gym equipment or help from your trainer, but there are apps out there that can guide you on your path to staying fit in these trying times. Check out our recommendations below.
Seven – 7 Minute Workout
Available on both iOS and Android. 7 Minute Workout has a simple layout and shows all the workout categories it can offer. The workout sessions last between 7 to 15 minutes and come with descriptions and a step-by-step guide on how to do it. Users can also choose the intensity of the workout, depending on their preference. Some of the exercises are free, but you’ll need a PHP 499/month premium subscription if you want full access to its workout catalog.
This app runs you through 30 days of fitness challenges with varying difficulties and stages. The workouts target different parts of your body, including abs, glutes, arms, and so on. The app can also keep track of your progress using a calendar. This app offers a 1-week free trial, and then it will cost you PHP249/week.
This app will guide you through different kinds of workouts, along with its music playlist. For its categories, there’s low-intensity training, yoga, elliptical, cycling, treadmill, and more. You can also hear a trainer in the background that will guide and motivate you through the whole routine. The Aaptiv app comes with a 7-day free trial then a PHP 749/month subscription is required afterward.
Weight Loss Fitness
This one mainly focuses on weight loss, so if you’re trying to slim down, this app is perfect for you. The app shows seven-minute exercise videos per day. Other features include a built-in music playlist, progress tracking, workout schedule, water intake tracking, and workout tips. It comes with a 7-day free trial, and then it’s PHP 519/month afterward.
YouTube and Pinterest
YouTube and Pinterest are not just for entertainment, as these apps offer tons of content around Fitness. On YouTube, we can recommend the Sweat With SELF playlist, OFFICIALTHENX, and FitnessBlender. On Pinterest, there are infographic workout routines as well as diet recommendations. Some examples are BetterMe Diet&Workouts, and Popculture.
Chloe Ting FREE Workout Program
If you want free workout routines, you can check out Chloe Ting’s Free Workout Program. It’s not an app, but you can easily view this on your smartphone’s browser or laptop. It comes with body improvement challenges, which usually last for about a month. It’s recommendable for beginners who want to improve their physique.
And there you have it. These apps have one thing in common, and that is to help you stay healthy. You can either use multiple apps or stick to one where you’re most comfortable.
If you have tried any of these apps or have recommendations, let us know in the comments below.