Do you know that with small changes you can get stronger on the bike? With a good bike-fit, it is possible to be more comfortable and faster, in perfect harmony with your bike!
The great thing about the best workout apps is that you can use them anytime, anywhere.
These smartphone apps all serve a different purpose. Some act as a digital trainer, guiding you through new, tough workouts. Others help you to track your activity and diet, giving you new insight into your nutrition. Some just help you chill out.
We reviewed 10 apps that we believe should be on your phone or tablet.
1- Wahoo Fitness App
The Wahoo Fitness workout tracker is a general fitness app that can be used for running and other activities as well as cycling and can be used with your phone without needing one of Wahoo’s devices to take help. You can upload your data to a multitude of third-party apps such as Strava, Training Peaks and MapMyFitness, and also save them as GPX files to dropbox anywhere you like.
2- Centr Fitness App
It’s 2020 and everyone still wants to look like Chris Hemsworth. Conveniently, the man himself wants to help you get there: set your intentions, preferred diet, and personal details and you’re good to go. There are full video workouts, essays on all the different areas of wellness, and healthy recipes to get you through the week. The recipes are delicious, the workouts easy to arrange around your week and there’s even a section for meditation. But it’s worth noting you probably won’t see much of Thor once you slip past the payment screens.
3- Romwod App (iPhone, iPad and Apple TV)
Designed by CrossFitters, Romwod (Range Of Motion Workout Of The Day) quickens recovery, increases performance, and keeps muscle soreness at bay. Focused entirely on workouts to optimize your range of motion and stretch you out, this is the perfect way to complement any hard strength or cardio work in your routine.
4- Bike Fast Fit App (iOS Only)
Take a whole bunch of body measurements and plug it into this computer program and this will tell you completely how your bike ought to be set up.
5- The Sufferfest App
During inclement weather puts a damper on your outdoor training, The Sufferfest could be one of the most rhythmic solutions for training inside. This app, available for iOS devices, Mac computers, and Windows desktop platforms, uses real race footage from some of the world’s most competitive courses to guide you through brutal training regimens you can do on a bike trainer or indoor cycle. Currently, the platform offers 37 cycling workouts and 20 yoga-for-cyclist videos, each of which can be streamed through your Wi-Fi service or downloaded and used offline.
6- Streaks App
Research says it takes 66 days to form a habit. Enter Streaks, which tracks and encourages healthy behavior, such as hitting the gym or staying teetotal.
7- Komoot App
Embrace the great outdoors with Komoot, a community-led app that logs and lists the best tracks and trails for users to explore by foot or bike.
8- Sanvello App
Battling stress, anxiety, depression? This mindfulness meditation app based on cognitive-behavioral treatment will help keep your mental health in check.
9- Nike Training Club App
Sometimes the biggest names do just know what you need and Nike training club is no exception. The Nike Master Trainer pantheon is an exceptional group of experts, and they’ve settled together excellent workouts for anyone at any level. You can do a four-week guided intro, push yourself with bodyweight, get lean with a six-week plan, and more: regardless of your access to equipment or location, the Nike Training Club has something for you.
10 – Alo Moves App
Alo is popular for yoga, but its subscription app has a lot more in store: barre, pilates, strength, meditation, and stretching. Of course, their yoga offerings are also impressively comprehensive: vinyasa, ashtanga, kundalini, hatha, restorative, and more. In light of the coronavirus crisis, the company recently announced that they’d be offering a selection of free full-length classes on their YouTube channel so that everyone can practice at home and destress.