Sometimes you’ve got to allow time to your self, to clear your mind. This may sound luxurious but we can afford, and it’s crucial to maintain your balance.
Headspace can be your guide. Start off with the free Take10 program, which introduces you to the practice of meditation for 10 minutes a day in 10 days. Tailor it to focus on what matters to you most, then follow the straightforward guidance on breathing and visualization to reap the benefits every day.
Your inner Yogi will definitely love this app, with more than 50 classes shot in HD video. Each sequence has a specific focus, from increasing flexibility to strengthening your core. Plus, there’s a library with detailed videos of more than 500 poses.
You want to keep track of your self. No need to carry around a paper and pencil at the gym anymore. This app keeps track of the exercise, number of reps, and rest time, so all you have to worry about is getting to the gym.
Part of the Spotify app (which you may have it on your phone), this app measures your pace and picks a song with the beats per minute to match it. No more taking the time to create your own running playlist or skip through songs on the go. Just open the app, tap “Browse,” then “Running,” and select a genre of music, from “Morning Run” to “Latin Beat” for a mix of songs.
This workout app is intended for people who can’t carve out time to go to the gym. It features an abundance of 5 to 7 minute targeted workouts, so you don’t have to sacrifice time with your friends and family to achieve your fitness goals. Plus, the app uses your phone’s camera for a whole new kind of selfie—this one measures how closely you follow the moves shown on the screen.
This app makes grocery shopping surprisingly fun. Open the app, scan barcodes, and get a quick read on how healthy each item is. It also tracks sleep, mood, and hunger levels. Then Fooducate analyzes all of the information and provides feedback to help you meet your health and fitness goals.
Think of this like Yelp for the outdoor enthusiast. Enter your location and find dozens of suggestions for hiking, biking, kayaking, and skiing with reviews and tips from fellow outdoorsmen and women.
Running has become way more fun with his app, each step gets you closer to carrying out your mission, collecting materials for your base camp, and keeping humans safe from the zombie apocalypse. It’s just like playing Pokemon-Go, but this time instead of shelling out money like you do for Candy Crush, this game will help you sweat, so game on.