Gadget Fitness – Best Smartphone-Friendly Workouts

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Sure, it’s easy to spend hundreds of dollars every year on gym memberships, hiring personal fitness trainers, or purchasing expensive equipment for your in-home gym. But if you simply want an easy, cheap, and effective way to work out, all you have to do is reach into your pocket. That’s because there’s an overwhelming amount of fitness apps available for devices like iPhones and Androids. These apps cover a wide range of different activities like cardio, intense training, strength and conditioning, yoga, and more.

These applications have also been known to offer personalized exercises based on your lifestyle. That means if you live in places like Oregon and enjoy going outdoors, your phone can be used to help you create a fitness planthat best suits you. While most people might believe that our smartphones, tablets, computers promote unhealthy lifestyles, the truth is, they can also be used to kickstart a healthier life. For most people, it’s surprising to know that their electronic devices can be used to help them stay in shape. But thanks to the world of technology, some of the best workouts can be found right at your fingertipson your phone.

So, whether you’re new to exercising or just looking to improve your figure, you’ll find something on your phone to help you support your fitness level. If you’re also worried about your app cost, don’t be. There are not only paid apps but also free apps for users to choose from as well. That said, here are some available apps to consider using for your fitness plan:

7 Minute Workout: If you need an easy way to build up a workout routine or are short on time since you’re always on the go, then consider the 7 Minute Workout app that’s available for both Android and Apple devices. It’s just what it sounds like –– a seven-minute session of hard, intense exercising that can be used to aid your cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength and most importantly, weight loss goals.

The free app available on iTunes and Google Play Store takes the user through an intense exercise program that can be completed in a quick seven-minute workout cycle. Using high-tech devices to monitor your body composition, the 7 Minute Workout app combines both cardio and bodyweight exercises that are helpful for beginners and advanced sessions as well. Perhaps the greatest feature that comes equipped with the app is having the ability to choose whether or not you want to read the instructions during your workout or have them read out loud to you through video tutorials. With no additional fees, the app overall is great for getting back in shape without having to rely on fitness trainers to help you along the way.

Calorie Counter (Fitness Pal): If you’ve ever wondered which snacks could help you lower your blood sugar or which foods can help you improve your figure, then you might want to consider downloading an app like Calorie Counter.

Calorie Counter is an app designed to help you lose weight. It does this by giving phone users access to a massive database that contains information for more than 6 million different food items. It even has information on food that’s prepared overseas and across countries. The app also lets users add the food they eat manually or by using barcode scanners. Generally speaking, the app is mostly used for recipes, food insights, and of course, counting calories.

You can select from over 350 exercises available on the app, or you can create your own activities to keep in shape. Like all the other calorie counting apps on this list, this one is free and lets you set achievable goals.

Runtastic Running Distance & Fitness Tracker:Living in places like Oregon makes it easy for residents to find different paths to explore on a daily basis –– whether they hike, bike, jog, or run. That said, the Runtastic fitness appis an excellent way to keep track of your daily exercise and fitness goals. It uses GPS to track your running, biking, and jogging routes then uses that information to track your progress and build a report from the data collected. It also displays the user’s performance using things like graphs and tables to show if there was any progress made throughout each workout session.

Another cool thing about this app is that it can be used anywhere. So, if the weather outside isn’t in your favor, the app can still be used at home. Additionally, the app also comes equipped with a feature called “Voice Coach.” Rather than explaining how to conduct certain workouts, this feature is designed to track and encourage users throughout the process. The app also lets users share their progress on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and while the app is free, it does display ads from time to time.


One thing to keep in mind moving forward is safety. Not just food safety, but technological safety. With cybercrimes on the risethroughout the world, it’s important for users to protect sensitive information. If you purchase a workout app on your phone, be sure not to have any card number information saved on the app. If you’re required to log into an application in order to see your results, don’t save your username and password to make the process easier for you. Since there are a lot of free apps out there that have tons of ads attached to them, you should also be careful what app you install on your phone. These simple things will not only save your progress from being seen by others, it will also save your information from getting into the wrong hands.

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Herman Davis

H. Davis is passionate about football and enjoys exploring the wilderness. If you can’t find him online reading articles, you might be able to catch him playing football with friends or cheering on the Denver Broncos. Thanks!

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