Top 7 Fitness Apps to Combine with Healthy Eating for Optimal Results

Whether you are here because you want a toned summer body or because you have had an epiphany that it’s time to change your eating habits and lifestyle, here is an introduction to some underrated fitness apps. They are as good as the Optimum packages for Internet and cable services.

Before we begin, let me make it clear that the best weight loss recipe comprises an 80 percent diet and 20 percent workout. I am sure you got the message.

Without wasting much time, let’s look at these apps that will help keep track of your fitness, mental health, diet, exercise, and more:

1: Lifesum

This app combines diet and exercise. Lifesum offers basic guidelines by asking for info such as your gender, height, weight, and fitness goals. Then, it gives personalized recommendations. If you are on a special diet, it can help with tracking that as well.

Basic features like food or exercise tracking are free but others require a subscription, which costs $44.99 per year. A monthly subscription is also available. 

2: MyTherapy

It’s a pill reminder app recommended for those who forget to take their medication. MyTherapy also ensures that you don’t accidentally overdose.

You can track your dosage over a long period and share the numbers with friends and family. It can also help track chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, or arthritis.

3: Cody

Consider Cody Facebook for fitness. It offers an inside connection to the fitness community where you can share workouts and complete workouts shared by others.

With Cody, you can track your progress via a timeline. Other users can comment on your daily workout activities too. If you are a gym-goer, you can basically videotape your daily workouts and share them here! This app is free so far and it’s available on iOS only.

4: Carrot Fit

It’s one of those apps that are not for the faint of heart. Call me a fitness sergeant. Carrot Fit dishes out harsh criticism to those who want to lose weight.

The motivation and thick sarcasm will force you to learn and act upon the workout tips. This app is not free, it costs $2.99. It does promise to make weight loss suck less.

5: LoseIt

This app creates a custom weight loss plan for you. Consider it your personal trainer and nutritionist who will be at your disposal whenever you need them.

Enter your health and weight loss goals into the app and it does all the work. LoseIt tracks your calories. It also generates a barcode scanner so that you get more specific about what you are consuming. You can also connect it to other apps and devices for better tracking.

6: Mindshift

It’s a health coach app best for those struggling with anxiety. It is ideal for adults and teens who want help for coping with anxiety in professional and social situations. It actually helps you change the way you think about anxiety, hence the name.

Mindshift teaches how to face a situation instead of running from it.

7: Hot5 Fitness

This app introduces you with step by step workouts led by industry-leading trainers. Hot5 fitness consists of pages containing five-minute video workouts of various difficulties.

Whether you are searching for a five-minute quick workout or you are up for a 45-minute session, this app has got you covered. It’s one of the highly recommended fitness apps on the list because it doesn’t need Wi-Fi. This means you can literally work out anywhere you want.

8: My Macros+

This app will help you create a perfect breakdown of carbs, proteins, and fats. The Marco coach will tell you much need. It can also scan barcodes for finding nutrition facts for a variety of foods.

It creates a nutritional breakdown for all foods, days, and meals. This app also generates detailed insight into how your current diet is impacting your fitness goals. It also makes it easier to add different food varieties to your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack.

9: Yazio

Yazio helps you do it all whether it’s losing weight, building muscles, or staying healthy. Use this app for tracking and managing your daily activities. It also features a built-in bar code scanner.

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