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Aaptiv Android , iOS If you love group fitness classes, Aaptiv is for you. The audio-only app gives you access to high-level instructors you'd find in a studio setting right on your phone. You can choose from over 2,500 unique sessions in 12 categories, led by 20 top-level trainers, so you'll never repeat a workout. All you need is headphones to hear the directions. Aaptiv

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adidas Training and Running by Runtastic Android , iOS You know adidas, but you might not know Runtastic. The German activewear giant acquired the running and fitness tracking software company back in 2015, but recently rebranded the platform into two different apps, adidas Running and adidas Training. The running app offers route tracking, a voice coach feature, challenges, and more. The training app gives you bodyweight routines, with guided sessions along with tools to create your own workouts. adidas

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Jefit Android , iOS Remember how you used to walk around the gym with a notepad to write down every single exercise? This app can replace that old paper and give it an infusion of smarts. Track your routines or work from a library of weight training programs, then connect with other users through the app's social component. You can use a free version for the barebones experience, or pay up to $7 per month for the Elite tier for more content. Jefit

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ROMWOD iOS If you're feeling tight after high-octane workouts like CrossFit, you should check out this app to get a good stretch. The daily guided routines are designed to optimize your body's range of motion (that's in the name, after all). ROMWOD isn't just an appyou can also stream its content on your computerbut iPhone users can access all of the content natively on their device. The library is impressive, but you'll have to fork over $15 per month. ROMWOD

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Fitbit Coach Android , iOS You might already wear a Fitbit (and use its handy companion app to help track your vitals and workouts), so it makes sense that the company offers another option to keep you active. Use the app for guided video and audio workouts, designed for in the gym, home, or outdoors. You can also depend on personalized recommendations based on your tracked fitness data. Fitbit

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Peloton Digital Android , iOS Peloton has made a big splash in the home fitness space with its fancy smart hardwarebut now you can take part in the company's streaming group fitness workouts without shelling out a few thousand bucks for its stationary bikes and treadmills. The app allows you to stream classes in 5 different categories (cycling, running, bootcamp, outdoor, strength) anywhere, with 20 live studio classes uploaded daily to an extant library of over 10,000. It's not cheap though; you'll pay $20 per month for access. Peloton

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Asana Rebel Android , iOS Add yoga to your fitness routine without ever stepping foot inside a studio. Choose from 5 different styles of workouts, depending on your goals, or add in a mini-session in between your other regimens. Follow the guided programs to target different muscle groups or hone your flexibility, then track your progress on a workout calendar. Subscription tiers start at $10 per month. Asana Rebel

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ClassPass Android , iOS ClassPass started out as a service that allowed its users to try out just about any type of fitness class they could imagine, but it's evolved into a fully-fledged workout platform. ClassPass Live now offers subscribers unlimited at-home HIIT workouts, which can be streamed through a Chromecast device directly into your TV set. ClassPass

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MyFitnessPal Android , iOS Track everything you eat to stay on top of your nutrition with MyFitnessPal. The app is consistently one of the top downloads in the health and fitness category because of its massive database of foods, quick bar scan capabilities, and easy connectivity with other popular apps like MapMyFitness and Fitbit. MyFitnessPal

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MapMyFitness Android , iOS If you're exercising outside and you want to know exactly where you've been, where you are, and where you're about to go, this GPS-powered app from Under Armour is for you. You can track just about any activity and get feedback and stats about your workout, but that's not all. Share your routes and stats with friends and on social media, or even use custom training plans to hack your progress. MapMyFitness

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Nike Training Club Android , iOS You're probably wearing some Nike gear to the gym so you can work out with the Swoosh, too. The Nike Training Club app features more than 180 routines from trainers in categories like yoga, strength training, and more. Train with your bodyweight or a full gym setup, from quick sessions to 45 minute burners. Added bonus: content from Nike athletes and personalities like Cristiano Ronaldo, Kevin Hart, Serena Williams, and more. Nike

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Fitbod iOS If your goal is to get fit, bulk up, or maintain a routine at the gym, then Fitbod is your app. Fitbod uses artificial intelligence to learn from your past workouts to recommend personalized exercises based on your preferences, struggles, and available gym equipment. Fitbod

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8fit Android , iOS 8fit makes it easy to skip the gym and opt for an at-home program without compromising the quality of your workout. This app focuses on tabata , a high intensity interval training (HIIT) workout that alternates between intense exercises to keep your heart rate up and rest periods to keep you going. 8fit not only makes HIIT exercises more accessible, it offers nutritional guides to boost your results as well. 8fit

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Strava Android , iOS Finding the perfect route for your long-distance workout can be even more difficult than completing the workout itself. Strava makes this simple. The app boasts features for athletes, made by athletes . You can challenge yourself by picking routes that athletes near you have curated, then compete head-to-head with them. Strava

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HowUDish iOS We all know that while eating healthy at home is relatively easy, its going out to eat that becomes a struggle with maintaining your diet goals. HowUdish aims to make that easier. The app offers location-based menu suggestions based on your dietary needs, making it an ideal option for avid travelers or foodies. HowUDish

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Freeletics Android , iOS Skip out on the gym and all of the equipment that goes along with it with Freeletics. The app aims to offer a digital personal trainer experience through bodyweight HIIT routines, allowing you to workout anytime, anywhere. User input tweaks the experience, allowing the app to "coach" you by suggesting new methods to improve your technique and approach to your workouts. Freeletics

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Mindfulness Android , iOS The Mindfulness app offers timed meditation courses that range from three-to thirty-minute sessions with built in reminders and tracking to help you keep going. Adding meditation to your routine could prove to be the best move you make toward achieving your fitness goals as you improve your focus. Mindfulness

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Pear Android , iOS Pick your own personal trainer with Pear. You can choose from a roster of certified trainers for pre-designed workouts, or create your own plan. If you connect a wearable, you'll get even more out of Pear. The app will use the biometrics to give you feedback in real time, including VO2 Max estimates using heart rate data. Pear

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Daily Yoga Android , iOS Whether you are a beginner or an expert at practicing yoga, Daily Yoga lets you squeeze in a session on any device at any time. This app adds serenity to your life by offering more than 100 yoga classes, personalized data, and even playlists to help you get your om on. Daily Yoga

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Sworkit Android , iOS Have a jam-packed schedule? Sworkit allows you to customize your own workouts that can range from 5 to 60 minutes. The app is friendly for all fitness levels, too, with guided videos from real personal trainers to make sure every move is clearly explained. Sworkit

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ACTIVEx iOS ACTIVEx is more than just a build-you-own-HIIT workout app it's a community space to get fit. The app allows you to create a "Pack," a group of likeminded friends committed to following the same exercise plan. ACTIVEx