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Weight Loss Apps That Really Do Work
Health & Fitness
It’s often been said in today’s modern world that television, cars and household appliances all conspire to make us less active and, unfortunately, fatter. But if you’re smart about it, modern technology can also help you take control of your eating and exercising habits. Here are five popular weight loss apps that deliver on their promise.
Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal
This simple app is loved by thousands of users and with good reason. Whatever specific diet regime you’re following, this tool helps you reach your goals. Track the caloric, fat, protein and carbohydrate
content of thousands of foods, and incorporate any of the hundreds of suggested exercises to build a weight loss program that actually works. If you are still stuck on this, take a look at this weight loss guide that sellcell.com published recently.
One of the keys to sustained weight loss is finding a way to change your everyday habits. This app is all about making lasting lifestyle changes by finding a realistic approach to eating and exercising. What’s great is that using the app connects you to other members who become a built in support group on your weight loss journey.
The 7 Minute Workout
New research suggests that you can start to reap the benefits of exercise after just 7 minutes of high intensity moves such as jumping jacks, squats and holding a plank position for half a minute. This handy app beeps when you need to take a short breather and gives you prompts when you need to move onto the next exercise. It’s great for squeezing in a bit of fitness into the craziest of schedules.
A great alternative to buying a heart rate monitor. Cardio Buddy uses a high-tech camera sensor to give you feedback on how hard you’re working. Take it along
for your morning run and you’ll get a better sense of your optimal pace.
One of the most tedious parts of weight loss is consistently finding time and energy to devote to meal planning and preparation. Diet assistant helps you find the foods you like and which fit with your chosen regime. It then builds a daily menu and coordinating shopping list so you don’t have to waste time doing it yourself.
The old “calories in, calories out” adage may work fine for some, but if you find you need a little extra help to bring better fitness choices into your life, try a weight loss app that
puts your smart phone to good use.
There are plenty of weight loss apps out there at the moment, we have only listed these 5 which have been tried and tested. You may find an app that is better suited to you and what your end goals are.
Above all, these apps are here to help aid your weight loss and make the process easier. You will still need to exercise and have a certain level of willpower to get to your goal. So good luck!