Technology has advanced greatly, and current fitness apps provide people with much better access to information, said Jeana Anderson Cohen, a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor who founded and operates the fitness website www.asweatlife.com.
“These apps and programs, videos and tools allow them to be efficient with their time and their bodies,” she said.
And a gym membership isn’t needed, either.
“If you have a body, you have a gym,” Cohen said.
While there aren’t as many fitness apps being created because of the rise of wearable fitness devices like Fitbit, which create their own motivations and experiences for users, fitness trainers picked their favourite new and established apps to help anyone with a smartphone get exercising
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