Get in shape in just 20 minutes a day with these apps.


From boot camps to Pilates, here are some of the best fitness apps for whatever mobile device you carry.

Here are some of the fitness apps that are ready offering you fast High Intensity Interval Training (HITT) exercises that will make you sweat without making you late.

  • FREELETICS:-  Freeletics offers a host of workouts that are all centred around high intentisy interval training (HITT). The platform revolves around four free platforms — gym, body weight workouts and training, nutrition and running. There are videos for each exercise demonstrating proper form, and there is a great social aspect to the app which motivates you to stick to your plan.
  • SWORKIN:-  Tell Sworkin the type of workout you are looking for (Strength, cardio, yoga or stretching) and the amount of time you have got to do it.(anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour), and the app delivers moves to follow during sweat session. It enables you to customize your workouts by setting the number of reps and the areas of the body you want to focus.

  • DAILY BURN:-  It is like your private Your tube fitness channel, offering 500 workout videos taught by expert trainers, lasting from 15 minutes to an hour. The app lets you pick and choose just what’s right for your workout, and if you can ever get bored with what’s on offer, more videos are added regularly. There are also 20 different programs from high intensity cardio to yoga.
  • WORKOUT TRAINER:-  With a selection of over 1,000 intense workouts ranging in length from 5 to 15 minutes, each with step to step audio and video instructions. If there’s nothing in Workout Trainer to tempt from the sofa you are in serious trouble. Apart from standard workouts, you can also build your own custom routines and share them online.
  • RUNTASTIC TRAINING SERIES:-  Runtastic sounds like it is only good for one thing, but it’s actually brilliant at body weight strength training too. There are loads of apps by Runtastic — confusingly, a lot of them seem to do similar things but look different. But when you are into sit ups, squats, press ups and pull ups. They are just so simple.


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