- Check out Gyroscope. I'm with @mscccc on this one. You are already using the best apps for the job. Gyroscope will integrate and visualize your data in cool ways!Gyroscope will give you the best overview of your health, but it works BEST if you integrate it into other apps. If you're looking for a fitness "app" I would have to ask what type of fitness? I think of fitness along the same lines as apple health. I also try to think of "low friction" data collection, so apps that take the least input and give the greatest in return. Activity: Moves App Sleep: Sleep Cycle Nutrition: MyFitness Pal (requires you to "log" food, but you can scan.) Mindfulness: Calm (requires you to "Start" a meditation to track.) My "fitness" stack photo here: Good luck.Gyroscope lets me visualize my days and months with cool graphs and maps. It also integrates with Fitbit, MyFitnessPal, and Strava. Also tracks my music and productivity on my MacBook. Pretty cool because at the end of the month, I can see where I've been and how much time I've spent running, working at coffee-shops, commuting, etc. I really enjoy my Pro subscription because the developers behind it are always updating/fixing the app and talking to subs via a Facebook group.
- Aram Shahinyan made this productWorks best if you and your friends are using different fitness trackers and want to compete with each other.Easy to use. Motivational, fun and inspiring tool for any kind of sport activity
- I use Strava daily. The combination of social features, solid integration with Garmin and other fitness hardware, and helpful analytics makes it a killer (cheap) app for runners and cyclists.My favourite application for tracking runs and cycles - includes segments, detailed analysis, live tracking and routes. I use it everyday!
- Freeletics actually has an entire suite of apps for running, workouts (gym and bodywheight only) and nutrition as well. Their workout are not for the fainto of heart though!I've been using Freeletics for a few months now and I definitely recommend giving it a go. The coach subscription now includes all of their apps (except Nutrition which you don't really need anyway, to be honest - you can find that info in a good book or nutrition blog). The Bodyweight exercises seem to randomly swing from 'kinda hard' to 'make you want to vomit' but I'm sure there is method to the madness!
- All my friends who use Myfitnesspal live by it.My fitness pal. I love it. It's amazing if you are on a diet and really helps you keep on track. Just the act of recording everything you eat helps you stay committed to your goals.
- This is my favorite new app, and it's made a huge difference in my workout routine! Great if you're into strength training and weight lifting!It's easy enough to go to your daily spin class or run a few miles at the gym, but fitbod does a great job teaching you how to strength strain each part of your body. The app is simple to use and integrates with apple health kit. This should be used with a meal prep/diet and cardio tracking app of your choosing.
- Would be worth checking out Lifesum also. I think you're already using the best apps available though 😀. I haven't found anything perfect for tracking both. I think it's a tough space since what people do for diet/exercise is generally so different. Too much to fit in a single app.
- Alas, it won't track your nutrition, but I find Strong to be the best workout tracker I've found given my pretty basic needs (tracking reps, weight, time, etc). It's basically a special purpose database!
- Circuits has ton's of circuit training workouts. I built this for myself because I personally believe it's the best way to workout, if your goal is to get fit, strong and spend the least amount of time at the gym. I couldn't find an app that provides a shit ton of circuits (I get bored of doing the same stuff), which is why I built it, and scraped the Internet for literally every circuit existing. I don't do this as a way to promote my own side-project, I just think this is the best app for doing high-intensity training.
- Patrick Connelly made this productCheck out Corevity. Corevity is a health community for millennials. A community of beautiful people, images and experiences. We are the place for fit people to articulate and share their health journey. Corevity syncs with your favorite exercise, health and tracking apps to aggregate all of your health data, including Fitbit and Apple Health. On top of that, Corevity adds your food purchase data from your debit or credit card so you have a full picture of your daily health inputs and performance. NO MORE FOOD LOGGING! The result is an easy to understand score from 1–100.
- Although this app's UI is a bit dated , its scientific infrastructure is remarkable.Basically, it takes a number of parameters like weight,height etc, and guides you into undertaking a number of exercises of a variety of physical conditions such as Strength,Speed,Flexibility,Body Composition and Endurance and then calculates a customized exercise program tailored to the user depending on what the user wants to achieve i.e loose weight,built up strength or endurance etc. It's free to use but if you want to get to the advanced exercises you can get them for cheap like $2.99 if I remember right.So give it a try!
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