9 Best Personal Trainer Apps For Your Phone

Trying to get fit with little time and money? Gym memberships can be costly. And   even if you be part of a gym, it’s fairly difficult to find the motivation to go on a regular basis.  But what if you could work out like a pro within the comfort of your home?   In today’s video, we’ll be talking about 9 best personal trainer apps that keep   you fit and motivated. Is Daily Burn on our list? Is there a yoga and HIIT workout app?   What is Keelo?

 

1. Daily Burn

If you’re a beginner, you need a different personal trainer app.    It is mindless to attempt heavy exercise training   when you haven’t built up stamina for it.   In fact, you can harm yourself by working out beyond your body’s tolerance.   It takes a while for your body to get used to heavy workouts. In this case, the Daily Run app is nice for beginners. There are on-demand workout classes   suitable for all ages as well as experience levels. This user-friendly app categorizes   classes on the basis of workout duration, difficulty levels, and equipment requirements. Wondering if you could get a sneak peek? Well, some of the examples include Introduction to   Exercise Beginner Pilates, and Yoga Basics. But that’s not all. You don’t   get simple on-demand videos. There’s also a LIVE class that happens every morning.   You get to connect with an online community.  Peer support can definitely be motivating! Besides all of these, you can set personal goals, track your progress, and log in your activity. This app is available for $14.95 per month.

 

2. ROMWOD

 Are you a crossfit lover? You definitely need to try out the ROMWOD app. Its mobility routines   are awesome. The app allows you to take daily sessions that are about twenty minutes long.   This means you can use this app to supplement your training day workouts.   Or use it on days when you want to stay active, however don’t need to go to the gym the app is also the official mobility sponsor of The CrossFit Games, Rogue Invitational, Wodapalooza, and USA Weightlifting. There are daily videos   to boost your athletic performance, optimize your range of motion, and accelerate recovery. The app is available for the price of $13.95 per month.

 

3. Nike Training Club

You bet Nike has an app! But it doesn’t sell products. Instead, the Nike Training   Club provides the best personalized training programs to help you reach your fitness goals. These programs are tailored to your fitness levels. The guided workouts   available in the app are prepared by the best trainers. There are a wide range   of categories from workouts to nutrition.  The end goal is to promote your wellness. The premium plan gives you even more features.   It’s available for $14.99 per month.  The app can be downloaded for free.

 

4. Keelo

High Intensity Interval Training brings amazing results.   If you are an HIIT fan, try the Keelo app.  There’s free coaching, personalized programs, and more than 180 HIIT movements designed to increase your strength and endurance. Keelo sends you daily workout recommendations.  This includes recommendations on workouts, weights you should use, and difficulty levels. You can also track your activity; get an estimate of daily nutrients you need and calorie count. There are Keelo coaches you possibly can electronic mail free of charge guidance. You can elevate queries regarding workouts   or seek recommendations for modifications in your fitness plans. Keelo is free to download and use.   However, to entry all exercises and chat with the   coaches directly, you need a premium plan. It would cost you $12.99 per month or $93.99 per year.

 

5. Fitbod

Joining a gym is like winning half the battle right there. But you know what   the other half is? You need to design a proper workout schedule and stick with it.   If you have trouble designing your own strength training program, Fitbod can do it for you. Fitbod app has a specially designed system.   One that handles your problems with a customized personal training plan.   The plan created by this app would target varied muscle groups in your body on a daily basis.   It will also make recommendations on reps, as well as weights to be used. You can also tailor your strength training plans according to the   type of equipment you have at your disposal. This app can be downloaded   for free. Strength training plans are available for $3.99 per month for Elite. Before we move ahead, here’s another video you might like. Watch and learn   more about vitamin C-rich foods that also act as natural fat burners.

 

6. Adidas Running App Runtastic

This one gives you a chance to embrace running. There is an audio voice coach   to help you stick to your running training plans. Cheering features keep you motivated   and interested throughout the training session. Even during the toughest of sessions! The app doesn’t need you to manually feed in your stats. Insead, there’s GPS to track the distance you have covered and your speed.   The app senses exactly the right time to switch to running shoes and prevent injury. You can download this app for free. Training plans are available for $19.99 per month.

 

7. Alo Moves

Do you like doing yoga? Then you’re going to love Alo Moves. It has several types of yoga classes   you can follow closely. Besides this, there are sessions on mindfulness and meditation.   The app also teaches you breathwork that comes in handy when you’re exercising. That’s not all. You also get thousands of streaming fitness classes on High   Intensity Interval Training, Pilates, strength training, and much more.   You can choose classes based on your goal, difficulty level, flexibility, and mobility. You get a 14-day free trial, and after that it costs you $20 per month.   For the first year, you can pay $99 per month.

 

8. All Out Studio

Available for $8.99 a month, All Out Studio is a video streaming app. The app categorizes videos   into men and women’s health. There are programs, like Kettlehell and Superhero Shred, in one place. The app has programs designed to help you reach your goal. You can follow   these programs at your gym, or from the comfort of your home. The choice is yours. You’ll need the equipment though. Make sure you have exercise equipment like a kettlebell   and dumbbells. There are special programs for runners and yoga enthusiasts as well.    You can even entry the very best of all exercise   videos through their various categories. If you aren’t into heavy workouts, don’t worry.  There are light workouts and stretches too.

 

9. Freeletics

Don’t have equipment? Can’t visit a gym?  No problem. Freeletics will help you out.   This app is equipment free. You’ll find all bodyweight exercises there. The app gives you   personalized coaching. You can define your own goals and work towards achieving them. Since you don’t need any resistance band, kettlebell, or dumbbell, you can do these exercises anywhere when you have the time.   The app allows you to pick your own journey. They will tailor your exercise plan as per your objectives. You will also receive guidance on nutrition. The biggest roadblock in reaching your goal weight   is losing motivation. Freeletics tries to solve that problem.   There’s a big online community.  So, you won’t be training alone. This subscription is available at $34.99 a month.

How to Choose the Best Personal Training App for You First, you need to identify the type of activity you like…   biking, running, HIIT, or strength training. Find out what type you would like to experiment with.   Then look for an app that offers these varied types of activities. Next consideration is price.  You need to decide on a budget.   Search free trials for apps which can be within your range. Community support and nutrition tips   are two additional features you should look for in a personal training app. Well, apps can definitely help you reach your fitness goals. But you don’t need   to buy a subscription at one go.