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Top Health and Wellness Apps to Look Out for in 2022

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The top health and wellness apps come with multiple levels of expertise so that you get everything in one place. 

Many individuals with health goals keep losing the motivation to go to an in-person exercise class or gym. This is particularly true for individuals doing everything at home with the pandemic-induced stress bothering them. If this sounds like you, an app can get you moving. Whether you wish to burn more calories or become more physically active, the right fitness app can get you closer to where you see yourself a year from now.

To help you out, we’ve brought you some top health and wellness apps based on design, usability, capacity to get you moving, and update frequency. Let’s take a look at each of them:

1.      Fitbit: Health & Fitness

If you want to stay motivated and stick to your health-improvement journey by tracking your stats, Fitbit is the perfect health and wellness app for you. It works with smart watches, Fitbit trackers, and other Fitbit products to help you accomplish the best combination of workouts, nutrition, activity, sleep, and stress.

When you pair it with your smart watch or Fitbit tracker, you can easily monitor your burned calories, steps, floors climbed, and more. You can even track your heart rate, exercise minutes, and other small metrics. The app’s innovative sleep tools like bedtime reminders, sleep goal setting, sleep score, and graphs let you track how well you’re sleeping and how you can improve your nightly routine.

You can always access some audio and video workouts but upgrading to the premium account lets you benefit from over 240 workouts from various brands. Fitbit Premium currently costs around $9.99 per month (prices subject to change).

2.      Map My Fitness

For people who are just getting started with their long health journey or are new to fitness, Map My Fitness is one of the best exercise-tracking apps. From vacuuming at home to taking your dog out for a walk, this app will record everything you do in real time. Every time you begin an activity, launch the app, choose your activity, and start recording critical health stats such as calories burned through the activity.

Map My Fitness is free to use, but if you wish to track advanced data such as heart rate and cadence, you’ll need to upgrade to an MVP membership. Not only can you pair the app with devices like Apple Watch, but you can also consolidate your app data with a fitness tracker. The MVP membership currently costs $5.99 per month or $29.99 a year (prices subject to change)

…whether you wish to burn more calories or become more physically active, the right fitness app can get you closer to where you see yourself a year from now.

3.      Shred

Best for those stuck at home, Shred helps you stay fit by covering a range of training styles tailored to blend well with your daily routine. You can choose between gym, cardio, and bodyweight training types, each of which offers different exercise routines that push you toward meeting your health goals. The activity logging features an interactive visual of the app that help you see your progress on a daily basis. To provide the inspiration you need for your workouts, the app also connects you to the dynamic Shred community.

Young woman checking the sports watch with screen healthcare icon, measuring heart rate and performance after running

Before signing up for a Shred membership that currently costs $12.99 per month (prices subject to change), you can always test the app with the 7-day free trial. This allows you to determine whether the app matches your needs and supports your exercise routine or not.

4.      Strava

If staying motivated is the biggest struggle you face when it comes to achieving your health goals, consider using Strava. Perfect for social training, the app connects you to the world’s athletes for lasting inspiration. What’s more is that you won’t have to deal with any of those junk posts you may have encountered on social media. The app does allow you to track various health stats, but it’s going to be the competitive and inspiring community of the program that will keep you hooked. Millions of runners, cyclists, active adventurers, and workout pros who are willing to support you are only a ‘sign up’ away.

Among the stats you can track with Strava include speed, distance, calories burned during and after workout, elevation gained, and so on. You can also view an interactive map of your activity, while also comparing your performance with other users. You’ll get plenty of features with the free version, and updating to the Strava Summit unlocks advanced features, currently starting at $7.99 per month (prices subject to change).

Conclusion

When choosing a fitness app, you need to consider various factors, including the exercises you’re interested in, its tracking ability, motivational features, etc. The top health and wellness apps come with multiple levels of expertise so that you get everything in one place. Use this guide to choose the app that works best to make your health dreams a reality.

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