Good news! There are plenty of ways to stay active without leaving the house. Get a good sweat going at home with these free fitness apps.
More than just producing fitness gear, Nike also provides workouts on their free fitness app. You can find plenty of strength, cardio, and yoga workouts to do at home. Although some of their workouts use weights, you can easily modify.
The app allows you to filter by muscle group, workout length, equipment, fitness level, and workout type. It also provides visual timers, video demonstrations, and an option to connect your music app. Those who love the app can upgrade to the premium version of Nike Training Club. With premium, you’ll get additional class-style fitness workouts from Nike’s Master Trainers.
Perhaps the most well-known fitness accessory, FitBit does more than just track your steps. Their free fitness app, FitBit Coach, connects to your existing FitBit device. If you don’t have a FitBit fitness device, you can still use the app and get a good workout in.
For those with devices such as the Versa or Versa 2, you can add the app to your watch and do the workouts directly from there. Vibrations signal when one move ends and the next begins, while GIFs show you how to perform each move. If you don’t have a FitBit screen with this capability, you can still do the workout on the app from your phone. This method will also track on the watch model you have.
FitBit coach exercises are equipment-free and designed to do anywhere. If you decide you enjoy this fitness app enough, you can upgrade to the premium version of the app. Premium access unlocks more advanced routines.
If you’re definitely interested in bodyweight fitness workouts, the FitOn app is a great option. There’s no equipment required for any of their workouts. Choose from workout types such as cardio, yoga, strength, HIIT, barre, strength, and even pre/postnatal routines. You can also filter routines by fitness intensity level. For an added bonus, you can see which workouts are currently trending with other app users.
This fitness app shows you how to do each move so you’re never guessing. There’s even an option to compete with friends if you’re feeling a little social. With unlimited access, you can do your workouts anytime, anywhere on this fitness app.
The adidas Training fitness app by Runtastic provides workout routines with visual and auditory cues. If you’re feeling competitive, join community challenges and see how you perform against others.
Workouts range from 7 to 45 minutes long and require no equipment. More than that, you can custom-create your fitness routine with their in-app workout builder. This is great for those who know exactly what they want and don’t feel like browsing an existing library.
This fitness app also features a run tracker that monitors the time, distance, and estimated calorie burn of your run.
No matter your fitness level or workout preference, these free fitness apps help you stay active and healthy at home. Since they’re free, they also help you save money. All are available for download on both iOS and Android platforms. Who knows, if you try them and love them enough, maybe some of the premium versions will replace your typical gym membership.