In the current climate, it’s no surprise that we can find ourselves at times where gyms are closed and leaving the house is a luxury, and the aftermath of that has made it very difficult to do anything ~outside~. And without a squat rack and set of dumbbells at home, it can be easy to fall out of routine. Fortunately, there are a plethora of fitness apps out there that don’t require any equipment to get moving. Here are the best home workout apps that will ensure you stay moving even in isolation.
Acero Training Series
Brought to you by trainer to the stars, Jono Castano, Acero Training Series is an interactive app that is great for both in and out of the gym (which means you don’t have to cancel it when the gyms reopen). You might be familiar with some of Castano’s work: he was the man responsible for Lincoln Lewis’ incredible transformation.
Price: $8 per week.
SWEAT by Kayla
Created by Kayla Itsines, the SWEAT app has a host of workouts from strength straining to yoga, from beginner to advanced. It also helps you out with your nutrition, offering weekly shopping advice and meal plan suggestions in line with your fitness goals.
Price: Plans start at $19.99 per month with further discounts for longer commitments.
Former The Biggest Loser trainer, Tiffiny Hall has made her winning formula accessible to all with her TIFFXO app, offering daily 20-minute workouts with a twist. From mindfulness to martial arts, this app promises to keep you motivated.
Price: Plans start at $39.99 per month with further discounts for longer commitments.
They say abs are made in the kitchen, so having a dedicated nutrition app is never a bad idea. MyFitnessPal not only tracks your food intake—from carbs to calories, fats to protein, it also has incredible technology that lets you scan barcodes from food products and sourcing all the details within seconds. It’s a game changer.
Aussie actor and absolute jacked animal, Chris Hemsworth, is responsible for Centr—a fitness and wellbeing app that covers every facet of health. Stacked with the best in the industry—Hollywood trainer Gunnar Peterson, Chris’s personal trainer Luke Zocchi and vegan bodybuilder Torre Washington—this app covers everything from fitness, nutrition to even sleep.
Price: Plans start at $29.99 per month with further discounts for longer commitments.
28 by Sam Wood
Like the name suggests, 28 by Sam Wood is all about getting results in just 28 minutes. The former Bachelor star makes sure that there’s a different workout every day and for a range of difficulties. It also includes healthy meal plans, guided medications and a Facebook group if you’re after like-minded individuals.
Price: Plans start at $59.00 per month with further discounts for longer commitments.
While this is slightly different to the other apps in this article, if you can leave the house but your gym is closed, Class Pass can help you with one-off sessions having to sign up.
Price: From $15 a month with further discounts for more classes.
Whether you just want to track your performance or challenge your mates, Strava can help you manage your long-distance run or cycle with sophisticated analysis.
Nike+ Run Club
If you’re looking to recapture your high-school days on the circuit, The Nike Run Club App is a great option. Not only are you able to track your progress or challenge friends, you can also find personalised coaching to help you get back on track.