Addapp – This app is not so much a dashboard as it is a notifier. Addapp syncs with your other apps/trackers to analyze your data ang deliver insights about your nutrition and exercise. This is an essential app because it allows you to easily figure out your body’s rhythms and notice your good and bad habits.
Download: [Apple Only]
LoseIt! – This is an app for tracking nutrition data and exercise (somewhat). It will then give you a breakdown of what you have eaten in calories and by nutrient groups. This is a great first step to changing your fitness habits.
Calorie Counter by My Fitness Pal – Another popular app for tracking nutrition and exercise. My Fitness Pal has a slightly more complicated layout than Lose It!, but arguably much more functionality as it pairs with many more apps and devices.
Fitbit – I love fitness trackers because they allow you to track your exercise, sleep, and nutrition habits (with the app). I personally like Fitbit out of all the fitness trackers I’ve seen. Since I began wearing mine, I began to eat healthier and exercise more because of all the unhealthy trends I was able to see. The app and its notifications keep me motivated to continue exercising if I haven’t hit my goal for the day/week. Now, almost everyone in my immediate family wears one.
Fitness Buddy – This is an excellent app for training and for creating your own workout regimens. It has a lot of information, which allows you to discover new exercises for different muscle groups.
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