Fitness Apps To Get You Fit This Year

This is the time of the year when most Americans take control of their fitness. Accountability and basic knowledge are the hardest aspects of achieving your goals. Users can choose from one of these apps to help them a better version of themselves in 2024.

1. MyFitnesspal

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Myfitnesspal is a one-stop shop for people on all different fitness levels. The app has a database of over 19 million different foods, including meals from fast food and sit-down restaurants. It also has a barcode scanner to scan foods while you shop. For as little as $19.99 a month, you can track your nutrition and exercise and keep track of your weight loss and fitness goals.

2. Nike Training Club

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Looking for a free app to get you started on your fitness journey? This Nike app is what you are looking for. Users get free access to over 100 workout videos and different workouts specifically targeted to the user’s needs. Choose between 4 to 8-week plans with 10 to 60-minute workouts ranging from yoga to body weight boot camps.

3. FitOn

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FitOn starts out for free, but for all of the perks, it will still cost $29.99 annually. These perks are live and on-demand classes led by celebrities like Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough and access to 500 clean eating recipes. Track your heart rate and fitness goals, as well as compete for the leaderboard, all in one convenient app.

4. Gymshark Training

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This app may be a simple approach to fitness, but it still gets the job done. The cost is free, so you won’t have to worry about paying a monthly fee, but you can still create customizable meal plans and workouts. It is geared toward people with above-average fitness knowledge who don’t need the basics that come with other apps. If you need a basic app to track progress and monitor your heart rate for free, this app is perfect for someone like you.

5. Adidas Training

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For $9.99 a month, Adidas will quiz its users to better understand their goals, fitness levels, and workout preferences. The app will let you upload progress pictures and allow you to change workout routines weekly. Enjoy workout reminders, statistical data with graphs, and future suggestions.

6. 30 Day Fitness at Home

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This app focuses on short-term goals to motivate its users. Their app creates a personalized plan based on skill level and fitness goals and sets specific plans that can be achieved in a 30-day span. Their theory is that short-term goals equal long-term results. For $19.99 a month, you can access meal plans, coaching sessions, and hundreds of workout videos. Users can pick body areas to focus on, like the core, arms, and legs.

7. Caliber Strength Training

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For those of you who are super serious about taking control of their fitness, you might want to look into Caliber. Prices start at $19.99, but for $200, users can have intimate 1-on-1 personal training sessions. These coaches offer 24-hour support for all things related to fitness. These coaches will help you with strength training, cardio, hydration, meal planning, and quality sleep.

8. Centr

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If you are looking for a body like Thor, this is your app. Celebrity Chris Hemsworth will guide you through post-workout meditation sessions. Besides being backed by one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, Centr will track your meals and help put together shopping lists based on your needs. If you have a home gym or are looking for bodyweight exercises, this app will cater to your needs, and you may be looking to join the MCU after a year of training.

9. Aaptiv

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An app geared towards beginners, Aaptiv strives to keep its users accountable at a low monthly cost of $14.99. The app lets you choose your equipment to cater to your needs. The app has a supportive online community for people to lean on and get tips from. Users can have access to fitness articles and motivational speeches as well.

10. Strava

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I love Strava because it is a social media app that doubles as a fitness app. Whether you are a runner, hiker, or cyclist, this app can track your route, elevation gain, miles per hour, calories burned, and rankings compared to other users. Compete with other users, or share specific routes with friends or foes as you try to become the fastest rider or runner of the week. This app can be used for free, but for $19.99 a month, you can access their library of all things fitness and adventure.


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