5 Best Fitness Apps for your iPhone
If keeping fit and healthy was your goal for this year then you will love these five best fitness apps for iPhone 2017. These apps may be free to download from iTunes with in-app purchases if you wish to have more enhanced and premium features.
1. Zova App
Zova is a gorgeous little app that feels akin to having a personal trainer in your pocket. When you download Zova you’ll meet Zara, your smart personal trainer. Zara tracks and evaluates your daily activity, before coaching you through walks, runs and full-body workouts that leave you fitter, healthier and happier.
You can track your daily fitness activity with this app. Your Activity Score is a number that takes into account the quantity and the quality of all your daily movements – so it’s simple to see what’s working, and where you can improve.
Select from one free walk, run, workout or stretch every day. When you upgrade to Premium you unlock unlimited daily workouts – meaning you can work out as often as you’d like.
You can have achievable goals the key to a happy life and with Zova Premium where Zara becomes even smarter helping you set your own specific goals, before coaching you every step of the way.
Zova Premium subscriptions are available as In-App Purchases. You can subscribe and pay through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Auto-renew may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Zova Premium is $9.99 per month and $79.99 per year and requires iOS 9.3 or later devices.
2. Barre Body Online
Barre Body is an online website with 5 to 60 minutes workouts with workouts from 5 to 60 minutes, for toning, fitness, flexibility or relaxing. But obviously, there is an app with this where you can make bookings and payments on your iPhone – book and reschedule classes on the go.
Barre Body has eight beautiful studios across Australia. In Sydney, at Bondi Junction, Surry Hills and the Sydney CBD. In Melbourne, located in Flinders Lane, Fitzroy, Windsor and South Melbourne and Brisbane, housed in the Brisbane CBD. With a $50 introductory offer, you can have unlimited fitness classes for two weeks.
You can view class schedules and studio locations, book and cancel classes, buy class passes and access promotions. This app requires IOS 6.1 and over-compatible devices with no in-app purchases.
3. Cody App
What you will Love most about the Cody app is that you can download a series of videos and focus on a particular skill, or access a favourite teacher from across the globe to achieve your fitness goal. This free app requires iOS 8.0 or later compatible device.
This app offers plans in yoga, bodyweight movement, barre, weightlifting, and more. You can maintain a beautiful virtual journal of your workouts with notes, photos, times, and locations that showcase your workout story, not just the numbers. Also, follow your friends, meet new ones, and cheer each other up with likes, comments, and hashtags.
You can track your progress, and review your fitness journey by browsing your calendar, timeline, and personal stats. Log in to your Cody account on the web, and access your training plans from any online device. Download workout videos & watch them without an internet connection or watch play workout videos on the big screen using Apple TV.
4. Spotify Running
This is a music app integrated with your running fitness plan. Spotify Running gives you a non-stop mix of music you love. Every song matches you. Every beat drives you on to run and keep fit. This free app has in-app purchases and requires iOS 8.0-compatible devices
There are millions of tracks on Spotify. So whether you’re working out, partying or relaxing, the right music is always at your fingertips. Choose what you want to listen to, or let Spotify surprise you.
You can also browse through the music collections of friends, artists and celebrities, or create a radio station and just sit back.
5. Airplane Yoga App
The aeroplane yoga app is not free and costs you AU$1.49 which consists of a door-to-door program to make flying more Zen-like. It contains a series of 24 simple, but effective sitting and standing yoga poses to do on an aeroplane. Each of the 18 seated and 9 standing poses are beautifully illustrated and contains text descriptions and audio recordings of how to enter into each pose. Additionally, 13 of the 24 poses are demonstrated in short video clips.
Also included in the app is a bonus section, called Strategies for Zen-like Air Travel where you will find planning tips to use 24 hours ahead of the flight, a packing list of essential items to help reduce stress on board, a checklist of ways to relax en-route to the airport, audio recordings of poses to do at the Boarding Gate and tips for Comfort on Board
You can plan ideas that promote a more relaxing travel experience when traveling by plane, stretch the muscles of the forearms and wrists after carrying luggage, open the chest from the closed position safety-oriented aeroplane seats encourage, and bring movement into the spine using various: forward bends, back bends, twists, and extension movements and increase circulation into the shoulder and hip joints. This app requires iOS 6.0 or later compatible devices to operate smoothly.
You will love these five best fitness apps on your iPhone.