Amped for app workouts

Garrett Klausner, Staff Writer

Working out takes a lot of commitment and from a person who has been working out for the past three years, staying committed is very hard. Feeling ashamed of your body, not knowing what parts to work, or even laziness can all hinder you from going to the gym.

It’s a good thing we live in the modern days with phones and apps that can help you feel more comfortable when going to the gym. Nowadays there are tons of apps that make working out easier and stress free. Some of these apps include: Workout Trainer, Total Fitness, Daily Workouts, and much more. There are hundreds of different and unique workout apps to choose from.

All of these apps share similar information such as how to do a certain workout, what machines work certain body parts, and what are some good ways to stay healthy.

Its apps like these ones that keep bringing people back to the gym. It’s almost like having a personal trainer in the palm of your hand. It allows people who have never worked out before to feel more comfortable.

These apps are making it easier for new fitness enthusiasts to learn how to work out.

On the more extreme workout apps you can even find how many calories you’ve burned, you can make a schedule with certain workouts you are doing on what day, and even make food plans to stay healthy. These apps truly guide newcomers and can even help experts when keeping track of their diet or remind them what exercise they are doing for the day.

Many students here at HB use apps when working out.

“I use the app NOFFS”, says Tyler Cusson 16’, “ It’s a special app that the Navy has me use”. “I just enter in specific information and it gives me a week to week workout guide”. This would be considered a more “extreme” app for hardcore workout enthusiasts. This app even suggests what you should eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and suggest what you should eat before and after your workout.

“I prefer Workout Trainer”, says Matt Harmon 16’, “It’s very handy when i’m not sure what to workout for the day”.

“I like the Google Fit app”, says senior Caleb Lomme 16’ , “It helps me keep track of what I have done and all the calories I have burned”

These apps have truly made a difference when it comes to working out. It keeps people more motivated and helps people feel more comfortable when going to the gym.