Fitness applications for home workout

December 12, 2018

Shahd Alhamdan

Starting a fitness routine in a gym or a health club could be money and time consuming to many youth, yet including workout in their day is a must in this modern day routine.

Doing some home exercises would help in improving health of busy adults and keep them stay in shape.

Below a list of suggested fitness apps that the readers can install right now in their mobiles to stay fit.


With this app, the user can do different types of exercises such as, strength, cardio, yoga, and stretching. The person can have a five minutes workout and the time can reach an hour depends on the person desire. All what you need is to follow the moves in the appearing video correctly.


It fits people that are new to workout. It gives you a 30-day free trial and after that you can pay yearly or a monthly fee. There are diverse sessions with different trainers in the app and most of them last for around seven minutes. Users can play several sports, including, cycling and yoga.

Daily Yoga

Even yoga lovers can practice their passion at home. By downloading this app that cost around $10 per month and around $40 per year in their mobiles, they can access more than 100 guided yoga classes for beginners and advanced yogis.

Daily Workouts

It is a daily workout app that provides you with some free sessions but if you want the whole sessions you should pay for it. There are full body, cardio, legs, arm, and abs sessions. Each session could last from five to 10 minutes in the free version. You can download it on the computer, too.


Many people would prefer to utilize this application because it customizes your workouts based on your fitness level. After doing some exercises, you can give your feedback about your workout and the app will use your feedback to create and develop a routine to follow that challenges you.

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