The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and everywhere around the country – or nearly everywhere, at any rate – people are opening up their windows to let in a bit of spring. This is also the time when we look down at ourselves and realize precisely how much winter we’re carrying around our middles and (possibly) decide to do something about it.
The good news is that if you’re an Android user, there are plenty of mobile apps out there that can help you get back into fighting trim. Here are a few that are worth giving a try:
- Sit-ups. There are as many abdominal workouts out there as there are fitness trainers, it seems, but at the end of the day, what matters is your own level of discipline. This simple app doesn’t do anything particularly fancy, but if you stick to it, it could have you doing 250 consecutive sit-ups before you know it.
- RunKeeper. RunKeeper combines GPS tracking, map integration, music management, and more into a great mobile app that might just motivate you to take up running if you haven’t, and to improve your distances and times if you have.
- Pocket Yoga. If you’re having a bit of trouble with your flexibility, this mobile app by Rainfrog can help you open up the rusty gates. Much like RunKeeper, Pocket Yoga also allows you to integrate your music library into your workout, as well as to track what exercises you’ve done.
- MyFitnessPal. If you’re looking for a great all-around fitness app to help you track what you eat, your weight, and your exercise regimen all in one, this app might just be for you.
- JEFIT. Give JEFIT a test drive if you’re interested in bulking up for a summer on the beach. This app helps you develop a workout from hundreds of different exercises, as well as to keep a log of your progress.
And of course, if you’ve got an idea for a fitness app for Android, don’t hesitate to contact us, and we’ll set you up with three free development quotes. In the meantime, stay healthy!