If you want to train for a race or just get fitter, we've found an app for that

We’ve found the top fitness apps to get you motivated to exercise and boost your fitness. Find the right one for you here.

 

NHS Choices Change4Life Couch to 5K

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The classic for wannabe runners. If you need a goal to focus on, download this. Whatever your ability, with a gradual build-up of walking and running, it’ll get you ready for a 5K in just nine weeks.

 

Sworkit

Sworkit

Simply choose a part of your body you want to work, what type of workout (eg cardio) and how much time you have to spare (five to 60 minutes). The app will then build a customised exercise regime.

 

Motion Traxx

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Get audio coaching from experts for all types of cardio workouts, including running and cycling. Plus, it comes with ActionSync, which creates soundtracks to match your intensity.

 

 

Bupa Smart Runner

Bupa-Smart-Runner

Choose from different runs – from hills to sprints – and the app will provide audio instructions. Plus, you can download videos to tackle problem areas, ask advice and log your runs (iOS only)

 

Zombies, Run!

Zombies

Being chased by zombies would get any couch potato moving! Start your workout and listen to your mission. If you’re being pursued by zombies, you’ll have to speed up, collecting ‘supplies’ as you go.

 

Nike+ Training Club

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Access more than 100 workouts, created by master trainers and pro athletes. You can also create a 4-week programme – just set your fitness goal (get lean, toned or strong), choose your level and go.

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FitStar Yoga

Fitstar

If you prefer the cobra to crunches, this is the app for you. It assesses your fitness level, then provides full routines from superstar yogi Tara Stiles. Ideal if you’re chained to your desk all day. (iOS only).

 

Interval Timer – Timing For HIIT Training And Workouts

Interval-timer

Love HIIT? This lets you specify a workout length and fix high/low-intensity interval and rest times between sets. (iOS only)

 

Fitnet

Fitnet

As you follow the workout videos from PTs, the app uses your camera phone to see how well you’re keeping up. Did you pause halfway? Did you struggle in the high-intensity part? Plus, it provides real-time feedback to improve your performance.

 

Spotify

Spotify

Like to train to music? The ‘Running’ section in the Spotify app helps you maintain the perfect pace. Choose your preferred genre, start walking or running, and the accelerometer in your phone will select tracks that match your speed.