by Anita Ginsburg: As people acquire mobile devices, they become more in tune with the power of apps…

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There are apps to help them manage their daily schedule, their finances, augment their entertainment needs and even help to improve their overall health and well-being. People today belong to a totally app driven society. Since apps have had such a positive benefit to people’s personalized health goals, let’s take a look at six trending health apps that people use to push themselves towards a healthier lifestyle.

Runtastic Six Pack Abs App

 

Runtastic Six Pack Abs App

If you know anything about working out your core and developing solid abs, it can be a lot of hard work. The Runtastic Six Pack Abs app takes all the guess work out of how to approach getting the results you seek. With video tutorials that operate in slow motion, even someone the needs help will be able to follow what is going on with this app. After using this app for some time, there will be no denying the awesome six pack you will be sporting.

Fit Star Personal Trainer App

Backed by the professional insights and training expertise of former NFL star, Tony Gonzalez, the Fit Star Personal Trainer app is your affordable way to a pocket sized personal trainer for all your workouts. At the end of each workout, the Fit Star Personal Trainer app interrogates the user to determine how to develop the users next workout. This app will keep you in shape, with the right amount of challenges to your workout, without pushing you too hard to get the results you want to see.

Fitmo App

If you would like the direction and insights of a personal trainer, but can not swing a trainer and a gym membership, then Fitmo may be an affordable alternative. With the Fitmo app, you will be able to get feedback from a personal trainer through your mobile device for only 40-dollars each month. Not only will your personal trainer make workout recommendations, but they will also provide you with meal recommendations and check in with you through text messages to assess your progress. It is like having a personal trainer, working with you on your own time, for a fraction of the usual cost.

BabyBump Pregnancy Pro App

The BabyBump Pregnancy Pro is a great app to have if you are expecting. It is packed with information and tips to help with all nine months of your pregnancy. You can keep track of your progress, start countdowns, track your weight and more. It’s a great place to keep all the details and notes about your pregnancy to share with your doctor as well. “No app should replace your doctor visits, however, and it’s important to see your physician regularly,” says Dr. Gilbert Webb.
If you are looking for variety in your workouts, then look no further than the NIKE+ Training App. This app provides users with excellent, professional grade video tutorials to help keep even a newbie on track with their personalized fitness program. With over 100 different pre-generated workouts to choose from, each user will be able to customize their workout to meet their own personal fitness goals. Now you can get that mean, lean looking body with the help of this popular fitness app.NIKE+ Training Club App

Healthcare Alert App

Created by a physician from Hawaii, the Healthcare Alert App was designed to help people stay on top of doctor visits. Aside from making sure you remember your regular checkups, Healthcare Alert also reminds users of preventative medical screenings and updates them when it is time to go in for bloodwork. This app is particularly helpful for people who have a tendency to forget their appointments and need a general reminder.

With your mobile device in hand, it is now easier than ever to command a healthy lifestyle. From achieving specific workout goals to reaching your doctor appointments on time, health and fitness apps designed for your mobile device have your health covered in more ways than one. In essence, there is just about an app for any aspect of your personal healthcare you can imagine.

Author Bio – Anita Ginsburg is a freelance writer from Denver, CO and often writes about business, finance, education and home. She graduated from Colorado State University in 2004. A mother of two, she enjoys traveling with her family when she isn’t writing.

Source: 33rd Square