It’s that time of year again. Summers crept up on us and some of us may still be wondering when that motivation is about to kick in. Here are three free iPhone apps that will help get you back into action.
This is a free download music streaming app available on the Apple Store and desktop mode. It gives you free access to the most popular music – what more could you possibly want?
Create your own workout playlists or checkout Guvera’s pre-made playlists that they update monthly. From Chart Toppers to Album Of The Week, you’ll be surprised what you can access on this handy little app.
Sign up through Facebook or create your own account and start sweating it out to some fresh beats!
Downside: Sometimes they mix it up with five second adverts, but it’s not too frequent.
My Fitness Pal
Did you know weight loss is 70 percent diet and 30 percent exercise? If you’re interested in finding out the nutritional value of the food you’re putting into your body, My Fitness Pal is a free app that allows you to create a daily diary log. It offers features such as a progress timeline, goal setting, reminders and holds the largest food data base; with over five million entries.
It’s an easy to use and accurate app that will help you get your head around what you’re putting into your body and how much exercise you should be doing. This app can also be accessed on your desktop here.
Apple has created an app called ‘Health’ that’s automatically installed onto your phone through the latest iOS update. So you have no excuse not to check it out!
It’s an in-depth app that allows you to record data for almost everything to do with your health. You’re able to enter body measurements, fitness level, nutrition, sleep and see results.
It also allows you to create a Medical ID. This will appear when your iPhone is locked by tapping emergency. You can add allergies, medical conditions and emergency contacts. This is a great feature that everyone should take advantage of, especially travellers.
Images via Musicfeeds, pivotphysicaltherapy, macnews and MSblog