Research shows that over 75% of active users open their fitness apps at least two times a week though figures are expected to grow due to the coronavirus outbreak, causing us to stay at home and find alternative ways to workout.
With gyms and leisure centres closed temporarily, we've rounded up our top five fitness apps for you to try in the comfort of your home.
Nike Training Club
Downloading the Nike Training Club app on your phone is like having a personal trainer in your pocket. Nike's library of workouts is hugely impressive with over 185 free workouts available and accessible to anyone, at any level.
Learn to move with dedicated Nike Master trainers or choose from a selection of workouts created by some of the world's best athletes from Serena Williams to Alex Morgan.
This app also allows you to personalise your training plans to suit your lifestyle and includes an achievements section to remind you of your milestones!
Whether you want to build muscle, lose weight, or maintain fitness, the various training plans available in the Adidas training app will allow you to meet your desired needs.
Each workout guide includes detailed instructions on each exercise and a visual demonstration by a fitness trainer to help keep you in good form.
Led by a variety of Puma's global athletes, this app not only gives you a view of what makes these athletes great but also gives you the confidence to train just like them.
Puma's fitness app gives you access to a variety of workouts from boxing to yoga and allows you to track your progress, helping you stay on top of your fitness game. Users are encouraged to post on their dedicated feed, allowing you to see what other athletes are doing to stay fit.
Under Armour Map My Fitness
Likewise, Under Armour is built on a community of like-minded fitness enthusiasts. This app encourages users to join challenges such as '100 miles in 60 days' or users can create their own.
For those who want a simple or complex workout, plans are available and led by dedicated Under Armour performance specialists.
ASICS Studio-Cardio & Strength
This app includes easy-to-follow workout guides led by experienced personal trainers. Users have access to unlimited workouts from stretching and foam rolling to outdoor running.
Every workout guide includes an instructional video with trainers talking you through how to master each move. Though, if you prefer to workout with music on in the background, this is also an option. Each guide also includes information on the specific muscle groups that are at work depending on the exercise.
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