The Best Health And Fitness Apps in 2019
Let’s face it… Getting your health and fitness on track can be hard. We all start with the best intensions, but as the weeks roll on you start to need that extra shot of motivation to stay on course.
The practise of daily habits and routine, has been proven as the best method to build consistency and adherence to your plan.
While your smart phone can be an endless source of distraction, imagine being able to harness it’s power for good. And fortunately for us, it is usually only ever an arms length away.
I have complied a list of our 6 favourite health and fitness app, I used almost every day to keep myself accountable to the goals I set myself around physical and mental wellbeing.
From body recomposition to calorie counters to guided meditations, here are our top 6 health resources that help us stay on stop of our goals.
Tracking food intake is still one of the best methods for long term weight loss success. The numbers simply do not lie! The app also teaches the user important information on portion control, calorie density and where our energy comes from. Be patient in using this app, start small and aim to build skills over time.
In so many ways, your phone makes your life better and easier. But more and more your phone works against you. It pulls you away from your family, friends and even yourself. Being mindful of your phone use can be a powerful way to get back that time. Moment gives you back that time. I used this app to see how much time I am spending on my phone, including number of pick ups and which apps I am using most. Through the paid version you can also do short, daily exercises that you use your phone in a healthy way so that you can be present for the parts of life that matter most.
I am not a runner! I much prefer to lift weight than regularly pound the pavement. But I do enjoy running. I have set myself a goal to hit 50k in 8 weeks. This goal is very easily achieved and tracked using Map My Run. This popular running app allows you to track runs, challenge others, follow training plans and set performance goals around your running.
This app also allows you to create and discover new routes wherever you are and save your favorites for the next time you’re ready to run.
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Ange Drake is an personal trainer, women’s empowerment coach and fitness blogger in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. She is the director of one of the few womens’ only strength training gyms in Melbourne, 23W. Ange helps women to learn how to use strength based training, nutritional strategies and a positive mindset to transform their bodies, relationship with food and mind.
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