No more excuses.
Let your phone be your personal trainer.
And get moving in just a few minutes a day with these apps.
First up is the seven minute workout app.
It gives you a full body workout in just seven minutes.
You'll perform 12 basic moves like lunges, jumping jacks, and crunches, for 30 seconds each with 10 seconds of rest in between.
The diagrams on the screen coach you on proper form, while audio cues tell you when to stop and start, and offer some encouragement.
I know you can do it.
It's free for iOS, Android, and Windows.
If you need more coaching try Nike Training Club.
The free app gives you a personalized four week exercise program targeted for specific goals.
Like getting stronger or shedding extra weight.
The app offers more than 100 quick workouts that you can do anywhere.
And they include tutorial videos to help you get the movements right
Finally if Yoga's your thing, check our FitStar's Yoga app.
The IOS only app guides you through personalized yoga classes with HD video and audible coaching cues.
Roll all the way out to your plank pose.
Based on your feedback, the app then builds a custom yoga program that progresses with you.
You get one personalized session.
And one free-style theme session per week.
For more workouts than that, you'll need to subscribe to FitStar's premium service, which costs $7.99 per month or $29.99 per year.
If you have any great workout apps to share, tweet me.
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