5 free workout apps you need to try!

These 5 free workout apps will help you add more activity and wellness to your life.

Whether you have an iPhone or Android, there are lots of apps available you just have to find which one is the right for you, your lifestyle, and your abilities. 

Luckily there’s a huge selection of free or low-cost fitness apps available.

We made the research for you and found 5 of the best free workout apps for you to try.

1- 7 Minute Workout

Full of work with no time to workout? If so, this app is for you. You’ll get to choose from your favorite workouts and each routine will even come with a video tutorial and step-by-step instructions so you know you’ll be nailing all your forms perfectly.

Super easy to use, you won't need any equipment to train.

And remember, 7 minutes a day it's better than nothing!

2- Runtastic

Runtastic allows you to set goals, uses a built-in GPS to record routes in real-time, and even lets you share your successes with your friends.  

One of the best features the app brings is  the possibility to sync with Apple Music to offer high-tempo playlists. 

3- Freeletics

The app allows you to customize your daily workouts

Freeletics is one of the best options if you travel frequently and need the assistance of an app to guide them along. 

The app allows you to customize your daily workouts, deciding how you’d like to achieve your goals. It doesn't matter if you use gym equipment.

It also has HIIT routines for you to try.

4- PEAR Personal Fitness Coach

PEAR offers you eyes-free, hands-free audio coaching, providing users with a rich array of guided workouts for a variety of fitness levels and intensities that adapt based on your performance. 

If you want more features, you can pay 5.99 per month and access to premium content, like unlimited access to the workout library and extra features.

5- Jefit

Jefit helps you to track your current workouts or plan new ones.

Already going to the gym? This app is a great addition to your daily routine.

Jefit helps you to track your current workouts or plan new ones.

The best thing is you can track progress with photos while achieving your goals.

Nick Connelly

Though he spent most of his time on camera, covering major sports events, Nick’s life-long dream was to become a sports columnist. Today, Nick researches and covers workout routines, exercise-related tips and tricks and sports diets. In need of an effective training routine? Look no further than Nick’s articles.+ info

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