Best Free Fitness Apps For Smartphones That Work Better Than Gym

By Anne Dominguez , Dec 30, 2016 12:38 PM EST

New year's resolutions are coming up as 2016 comes to an end. Many might be interested in slimming down or maintaining a healthy body. However, there is no need for spending money for expensive gym sessions. Here is a list of the best free fitness apps for smartphones, which can help trim down carbs with proper workout:

Nike+ Training Club

Looking for free workout from professional trainers? This app is the best pick.  Nike+ Training Club offers hundreds of free fitness workouts taught and demonstrated personally by professional Nike athletes and trainers such as Allyson Felix, Alex Morgan, or Gaby Douglas. Other than the workouts, this smartphone app helps track physical activities for a variety of sports and records the data for history checking


Easy exercises for beginners to hardcore workouts? From cardio to yoga -- this fitness smartphone app has it all. Sworkit offers a wide range of workouts ranging from 5 to 60 minutes. This app can also customize the workout song based on the user's preference and avoid certain moves if the user happens to have some injuries.


Exercising while having fun? This is the best free fitness app for smartphones for those who are looking for something interactive or a fun way to enjoy working out. Seven features a game-like interface according to Tech Times. The main goal is to work out seven minutes a day for a total of seven months. The user/player has three lives represented by hearts. One life will be lost if the user skips workout for a day and if the player lost all three lives in a month, the game resets to the first day. But oh! There's payment for premium workouts.  


This is the best free fitness app for smartphone for those looking for healthy food recipes. MyFitnessPal is one of the apps with largest recipe database according to the Huffington Post with over 6 million recipes and food options. But aside from the recipes it has numerous other functions. It can track the calorie count of the food a person eats and provide nutritional information instantly by scanning barcodes on packaged foods or importing recipes. It can also monitor the results of one's fitness goals.

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