The Best Nutrition-Tracking Apps
MyFitnessPal has been a top option for counting calories and keeping an eye on nutrition. It offers the biggest database of foods that you can find for both homemade meals and name-brand packaged foods. It is so widely used that you cam find nutritional information for foods from all around the world in it.
This app used to offer macronutrient information, including how much protein, carbohydrates, and fat you eat, in its free account, but that is now reserved for paying members. You can also use MyPlate by Livestrong, another top app for analyzing what you eat and logging food intake.
The Best Activity-Tracking Apps
Activity-tracking apps log your activities when you do them, whether you are bicycling, running, or mowing the lawn. The ones selected to appear in this list of the best fitness apps belong to different personality types, from the friendly socializer to the competitive athlete. Some favorites here include MapMyFitness for people at any fitness level doing any activity, Strava for competitive types, Endomondo for those who like to socialize, and Runtastic Pro for runners.
Another option is Charity Milesone – one of the best apps for tracking activity that motivates you by donating money to charity for every mile you walk, run, or bicycle and you don’t even have to be competitive or an extrovert to use it.
The Best Apps for Workout Music
Some fitness apps bring you music that is designed to power your workouts, whatever you do to get fit. Among these are RockMyRun, Spring – Music for Fitness, and FIT Radio. With these apps, you can get songs that match your running tempo, professional DJ quality mixing, or tracks made for your activity of choice.
Find Your Motivation
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- 7 Minute Workout (by Wahoo Fitness)
- Charity Miles
- FIT Radio
- Fitbit Coach