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FitLinks: iPhone App Edition!

Credit: Gonzalo Baeza Hernández

Even though none of the FBGs actually owns an iPhone (sad face) that doesn’t mean we’re not up on the awesomeness happening there in the cellular-technology world. That’s why instead of our usual version of FitLinks, we’re giving you an iPhone (and BlackBerry, too!) app-packed edition! And they’re right; there really is an app for everything—including fitness!

If walking is the name of your game, this is your app! —Walkmeter

Need an instant butt lift or flat abs fast? There’s an app for that! —Shape magazine

Can’t seem to drink those eight glasses of water a day? Let technology help you! —Eight Glasses a Day

Stop smoking! Replace it with an addiction to your cellie apps! —No Smoking

Don’t pimp your ride…Map it!—iMapMy

Don’t forget to pimp and map your run, too! —New Balance

With 115 exercise to choose from plus tracking and customized workouts, this may be your new gym BFF. —iFitness

If you’re an Equinox Fitness member, you need this. That is all. —MYEQ MOBILE

If you’re counting calories on the go with a BlackBerry, try this one! —FatSecret

Nine workouts from Lance Armstrong’s strength and conditioning coach. Need I say more? —Inflict Training

Okay this isn’t an app, but these on-the-go workouts are wicked cool! —iamplify

Happy apping! —Jenn

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  1. vicki says:

    Excellent timing. I just bought an iPhone and will definitely check out some of these apps. Thank you.

    Personal recommendation: Lose It! app for tracking calories & exercise. It’s free & easy to use. Lots of supermarket/restaurant foods are already in the database, and it’s easy to add the nutritional info for your own foods.