Top Fitness Apps for a Happy and Healthy 2015

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There was a time when I tried not to be glued to my phone, but now it seems like that slim little rectangle is hardly ever out of reach (unless I’m taking a yoga class). Instead of trying to fight the inevitable, I’m embracing it. Having a source of information, organization and entertainment at my fingertips is convenient and useful. And best of all: there are so many great fitness-focused apps to try! I have a wealth of options for staying motivated, keeping on top of important stats like steps and sleep, and setting and tracking goals. Whether you’re into running or rock-climbing, or just want to build some healthy habits in the New Year, there’s an app for you.

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  1. All great fitness apps, but I highly suggest Flexter Fitness!

    ​https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/flexter-fitness/id940231446?mt=8

    1. New workouts are consistently added by popular Instagram users
    2. Wide variety of workouts that fit your needs
    3. Sexy and simple UI/UX
    4. Video instructions
    5. Free

  2. I wish they made the outdoors one for android. That seems really neat! I love my nexercise app being using it for years. Keeps me motivated 🙂 I’ll be trying this new sleep app. I could use it.

  3. My must-have apps are MapMyFitness, MyFitnessPal and Fitbit. I have them all connected and it’s nice that I can keep track of my exercise through MapMyFitness and my meals through MyFitnessPal and watch them all connect. I also live by my Fitbit app, my goal is to hit 10,000 steps a day and I will constantly look at it throughout the day to see where I’m at.

  4. Love all these options — now need to figure out which one’s I can access. Thanks