Top 10 Best Fitness Apps for Android



So let’s take a look at the list of Top 10 Best Fitness Apps for Android

1. Runtastic Running App & Mile Tracker




Runtastic is an awesome app to track and monitor your running. It provides you with statistics that gives you the chance to analyze which training patterns work best for you. With Runtastic, you can set your yearly goal. If you are looking for other buddies like you who use this app, this app also lets you do that. It offers you a community of users to share your moments with them. If you need some competitive feel, you can participate in friendly competitions to see who wins the race! Controlling the app is made easy by a wristband. This app is totally optimized for Android Wear 2.0. If you are interested to use it with other apps, you can do that as it is integrated with My Fitness Pal, Google Fit and other apps of a similar kind.

By the way, the free version of this app comes with ads. Sometimes, it may stop tracking in the middle of the activity.


2. Nike Training Club – Workouts & Fitness Guidance



Brought to you by Nike, this app comes with more than 185 free workouts that you can avail anytime and anywhere. In this app, you can pick your personalized workouts that go with your routine. This app also comes with guides and advice from experts to tone your body into a perfect one. No matter whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced, Nike offers workouts for all level of users. Usually, it comes with workouts that range from 15 to 45 minutes. You can track all your activities by using this app.

It may take some more time to load workouts, you need to be patient or use a strong network connection.


3. Google Fit: Health and Activity Tracking



Cycling, jogging or walking, no matter what you do, Google Fit tracks each and every move. It comes with the goal of keeping you active to live longer. Your activities can be monitored both by your smartphone or smartwatches. You can set your goal and after successful completion, this app will help you to adopt new ones based on your activity. This app also helps you by providing customized tips to keep you on track.

To talk about the troubles, it drains the battery fast. It may not provide accurate data on your activity all the time.


4. Runkeeper: GPS Track Run Walk



Runkeeper lets you count your workouts like walking, running, biking with GPS. You can set your personalized goals according to your age and weight. Like other apps of this category, it helps you with plans, reminders, and motivation. You can track your progress and join challenges to see your strength. You can add an audio cue of your choice that helps you to relay time, distance as well as pace. It has a stopwatch mode. With the synchronization feature, you can sync your activities on Android Wear, Garmin, and Pebble. Want to share your progress and activities with friends? No worries. It brings a social sharing feature to let you do that. To be frank, in capturing distance it is not that much accurate.

5. Sworkit: Workouts & Fitness Plans



For beginners, it is the #1 app. This app is used by 25+ million of people worldwide. In this app, you can choose the type and time while the app will help you to pick the exact workout for you. This app offers a 6-week program that ensures a leaner and stronger body for all level of users from beginning to advance. It works as a helpful guide to personal trainers, physical therapists, PE teachers and many professionals related to fitness and wellness. It covers 200+ exercises and workouts. No free lunch. You have to pay a subscription fee to avail the cool services of this app.


6. Map My Fitness Workout Trainer



Live Science has voted it as best all-inclusive fitness app. It works by mapping your route, tracking distance, and pace. This fitness app offers you with 600+ various activities to keep you healthy. It also comes with an audio feedback feature. You can easily sync your data with popular apps and wearables like Garmin, Google Fit, Android Wear, Jawbone, Fitbit and many more. You can connect with MyFitnessPal to know your calorie intake and how much have you burnt. It has a community where you can share your activity and progress to your friends and other users.

Mileage counting in the free version might not be accurate. You have to buy a premium version to get the best of this app.


7. JEFIT Workout Tracker, Weight Lifting, Gym Log App



This app works almost an alternative to Gym. It features 1300+ HD videos on various exercises including weightlifting to Greyskull. It is designed with two programs. One for beginners and another for advanced athletes.  This app targets for weight loss, body toning, abs exercises, arms muscle building, and fat loss. Rest timer, interval timers, notes, schedule planners and personalized record tracking have contributed to its sky-high popularity. For sharing activities and improvements with friends, it also lets the user use its dedicated social feed.

You have to keep your screen unlocked to keep time counting, otherwise, it will stop counting as soon as you lock your screen.


8. Strava Training: Track Running, Cycling & Swimming



Basically, this is an activity tracker made to track running, riding swimming or anything associated with physical movement. It works with the help of GPS. It can map and record routes and then analyze the distance, speed, pace and calories burnt. Strava helps millions of people worldwide with this simple app. Users can challenge and compete with each other in activities which help them to stay on track. It offers a dedicated community where you can meet new friends from around the world and share your route map, photos and many more. Synchronization may not work fine with some android wear like Huawei watch 2.


No matter what food you eat, you will find how much calorie the food contains via Calorie Counter – MyFitnessPal. It has the biggest food database of the world having 11+ million foods from different continents. The application has multiple options such as barcode scanner to scan packed foods, a calorie counter for each meal, and tracking nutrition facts. It even tracks the glasses of water you drink. You can connect with more than 50 apps and devices to sync your data. Like other apps, it comes with a community to share your progress. Technically speaking, this app crashes very often. On the other hand, it contains a lot of ads.


 10. You Are Your Own Gym by Mark Lauren




The name tells it all! Yes, you have heard right. You can build and tone your muscle without going to the gym if you follow this app. It features more than 200 bodyweight exercises. The workouts are quick and so are results. This is very helpful when you are not in a gym or traveling out of the home.  It promises to shape your body if you spend as little as 30 minutes per day with the exercises prescribed here. It has both free and premium versions. The app needs a lot of permission from you and crashes frequently.

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