9 Best Gym Workout Apps (To Meet All Your Fitness Goals)

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The best fitness apps meet a range of needs. Some are great for people who are already quite athletic, while others are perfect for beginners. Some have one area of focus, such as nutrition or music for workouts, while others take an all-in-one approach.

Some fitness apps are simple, and others go the extra mile to make sure you have all the information you need to keep working toward your health goals. And thanks to our favorite choices for the best gym workout app, you'll stay on track and in-shape.


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1. Gixo

This fitness app gives users access to classes such as HIIT, yoga, running, walking, stretch and more. All lead by a certified personal trainer who gives instant feedback, modifications, coaching and motivation all through your camera’s phone, you can choose from classes up to 19 hours per day.


($19.99/month or $179.99/year)

2. Fitplan

Fitplan is a buzzworthy entrepreneurial fitness app that works with the top fitness social influencers in the field to create digestible workouts through their direct to consumer digital forum. The trainers include Melissa Alcantara (Kim Kardashian’s trainer), Amanda Cerny, and Jen Selter.

($15.99/month or $45/quarterly or $96/yearly; Fitplan also offers a free one-week trial)


3. Every Mother

Every Mother offers an evidence-based pre- and post-natal fitness exercise program. These 10-40 minute workouts can be done anywhere and are designed for women at all stages of motherhood, from those first moments of pregnancy to decades after giving birth with specially designed workouts.

($9.95/month or $119.40/year)

4. Zeamo

Zeamo lets users access more than 25,000 gyms around the world so travelers can experience local gyms (and get fit) with a day pass just by the click of a button. In addition, users can filter searches down to gyms with pools, saunas, child care, massages, physiotherapy, and even air conditioning.


($5-$35/day pass, depending on gym)


NEOU has launched an app where users can work out anytime, anywhere, with new content daily, featuring 100+ trainers/concepts, including DJ Steve Aoki (Aoki bootcamp), Shred, GO Bootcamp, Align & Flow, INTIME, and Vixen Workout. It’s sort of like the Netflix of fitness!


($12.99/month or $99.99/year; NEOU also offers a free two-week free trial)

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6. Localfit

This is an all-inclusive travel fitness membership unlocking access to over 5,000 premium health clubs and studios while away from home. Members can find in-network health clubs and studios using the app, then use their membership card for actual access.


($19.95/3 months or $13.95/6 months or $11.95 a month/year)

7. 30-Day Fitness Challenge

This is a fun one for those of us who love a good challenge. The 30-day challenge feature is a fun way to meet your goals, with options like Cardio Blast or Sexy Legs and Butt, and videos range from 14-26 minutes each.



8. Aaptiv

This is an app great for beginners or those who lack focus or need a lot of variety. Aaptiv offers more than 2,500 on-demand workouts, some as short as seven minutes, at all fitness levels, including beginner. A trainer will lead you through a run, cycling, strength training, stretching, or yoga. There’s even a playlist of workout music.


($14.99/month or $99/year)

9. Workout for Women

For those of us who can’t afford to pay for another membership, this totally app offers seven-minute workouts, none with any equipment needed. There’s a good mix of strength-building and cardio, and all workouts include video instructions. It’s like being at a group class, except better, because it’s free and you don’t have to go anywhere!



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Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer. Her work appears in dozens of digital and print publications regularly. Visit her on Twitter or email her at alywalansky@gmail.com.

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