The 9 Best Free Fitness Apps [2022]

Nowadays, there are more than 2.5 million apps on Google Play and Apple Store. In the midst of so much choice, it becomes difficult to choose the best ones.

But don't worry, because we got you covered!

We chose the 9 best fitness apps so you can try them, according to the sport you practice.

All of these apps are free; however, they contain paid options that you can access. Also, all of these apps are available for both Android and IOS.

1. Strong

An app to record your workouts in an easy and intuitive way. The app comes with exercises and plans already registered, but you can also add your own. Create your routines and track your progress over time. Finally, the app also allows you to record your weight and body measurements.

2. Jefit

Like Strong, this app allows you to track your workouts. The app comes with exercises and plans already registered and you can add others. You can also create routines, track your progress over time, and record your weight and body measurements. With the app, you get access to the community of people who use Jefit and the training plans they create, something you do not get with Strong.

3. Nike Training Club

A Nike app with more than 185 workouts in categories such as strength, endurance, yoga, and mobility.  The app also creates plans according to your goals, the amount of equipment you want to use and workouts per week.  The app also makes workout suggestions according to your training history, and videos on how to perform exercises.

4. Nike Run Club

Another Nike app, though this one is for runners. Register your workouts on the app and track your progress. You'll also be a part of the Nike Run community, and you can compare your progress with other members of the community.

5. Strava

This app can be used for cycling, swimming, and running activities. With Strava you can analyze your performance and progress over time. For example, you can track your distance, speed, altitude, and calories burned.

You will also have access to the community of people using Strava. You can share your progress and follow other users.

Finally, it contains several predefined running and cycling routes, as well as monthly challenges/competitions to keep you motivated.

6. MyFitnessPal

A calorie counter where you can register all of your eating. With this app, you'll have access to the biggest database of food of any calorie counter (more than 6 million foods available). And if that's not enough, you can create foods that don't exist on the database. 

7. Daily Yoga

Considered the best Yoga app of 2018 by Healthline. It contains more than 50 yoga courses and more than 400 yoga asanas. You'll have access to classes of different duration (between 5 and 45 minutes) and 3 types of strength (low, medium, high).

8. Endomondo

Endomondo lets you track your performance in over 60 sports, including yoga, tennis, football, running, cycling, and bodybuilding.

It also syncs with other apps and devices like Fitbit, Garmin Connect, MyFitnessPal, Google Fit, Samsung Health, etc.

Finally, like many of the other apps mentioned here, you'll also have access to the community of people using Endomondo.

9. Calm

If you need help reducing your stress and anxiety, increasing focus and improving sleep quality, this app is for you!

Calm is a meditation and mindfulness app that includes guided meditations, bedtime stories, breathing programs and relaxing music.

In addition, it is recommended by renowned psychology professionals, therapists, and mental health specialists.


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