Check these out: 30 Day Fitness Challenge, Sworkit (FANTASTIC), Freeletics, Freeletics Gym, MindBody (helps you find local classes), Female Fitness, 7 Minute Workout, Runtastic, Charity Miles, Strava, Workout Trainer: Fitness Coach, Personal Fitness Coach and Runkeeper. You're bound to find at least one you like. Pacifica and Youper are great for emotional well-being :) I'm in and out of these apps all the time. Sworkit is my favorite but it's a paid service now :(
Edited by: FLIPPINAWESOME at: 5/5/2019 (20:03)
Just getting started :)
current weight: 200.7
Fitness Minutes: (8,377)
603 5/3/19 8:05 A
I have been walking on my treadmill lately. Just getting back to exercising. I really enjoy the Body Groove videos on YouTube. They are a lot of fun! I purchased one of them on Amazon called Young at Heart. It's really good. But you can always just do the ones on YouTube for free.
Fitness Minutes: (75,146)
3/12/19 11:13 A
I've done a lot of Leslie Sansone videos. When in Lincoln, Nebraska (old home town) there is an early morning exercise program. It's mostly for seniors but a good stretch for everyone. I haven't found anything like it here in Florida.
I was running into the same problem... I don't have a fitbit, but I wanted to find a consistent workout. I was winging it and doing whatever.. I finally found out how to stream YouTube from my TV. If your computer and TV are on the same wi-fi, you can stream Spark videos as well... I am not sure how to do this, because I haven't set down to figure it out.
I did Google the best exercise Apps, but didn't install any, because again, I had no idea how to stream them to my tv. Doing workout videos from my computer monitor wasn't going to cut it.
You get what you put into your goals. If you aren't happy with what you get; change what you are doing..
I'm trying to find apps that give the best workouts. I've been using Keep Training, but it doesn't connect to my Fitbit, and I'm thinking of switching. I don't mind paying, but would prefer free if possible. What do you guys all use to exercise?
What I like:
Videos that show a variety of shots at different angles so I can get an accurate idea of what the exercise should look like.
Detailed instructions if I can get them, so I can understand what part of my body I should be feeling the burn in when I do a certain move.
Stats! I love knowing how much I've done. Anything with graphs is a huge plus for me.
Bodyweight raining! I don't like going to the gym and prefer to workout at home when I can fit it in.
What I don't like/don't need:
GPS stuff. I don't run, I don't like running and I don't need something that tracks my location, cause it's always in the same spot.
Apps that send notifications 100 times a day. Don't need that noise. I'm motivated enough to keep moving on my own.
So what do you all use for working out? Likes/dislikes?