If you’ve ever made a fitness goal for your New Year’s resolution, you’re probably aware of how easy it is to let it slip more and more each day until you don’t think about it anymore. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Over 150 million American adults set a fitness objective for the new year, and 73% gave up before reaching their goal.
Part of the problem is that people think they need to spend large portions of their paychecks on gym memberships, personal trainers, work out equipment, and diet services. However, if you have a smartphone and WiFi connection, you can get these things from the comfort of your home without shelling out hundreds of dollars.
You can download apps on your smartphone designed for tracking weight loss, running, cycling, and strength training. What’s more, many of these apps incorporate social networking that allows you to share activity and compete in addition to making workouts fun.
Interested in an easier way to improve your physique without hurting your financial situation? Bestow picked the 12 best apps for managing your health and compared them in this helpful infographic below.