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4 truly free fitness apps to keep you in shape all winter

Originally posted on fastcompany.

Keep yourself slim and your wallet fat with these impressive no-cost apps that offer workouts, challenges, meal plans, and more.

No upsells to premium versions, no ads popping up every other minute, no charges whatsoever.

It’s hard to find truly free apps nowadays, but they’re still out there. And if you’re looking to stay in shape during the long winter months, here are some excellent fitness apps that won’t cost you a penny.


A great workout app that could absolutely get away with a premium version, Nike Training Club appears to be a brand-building effort from the footwear giant.

Chock-full of trainer-led workouts for all fitness levels, the app is polished, easy to use, and features nice extras like workout scheduling and casting to smart displays.


If you’re looking for one place to get your workouts, nutrition plans, and mindfulness sessions, look no further than FitOn.

There’s a little something for everyone here: cardio, yoga, strength training, and more, plus meditation classes, personalized meal plans, and apps for smart TV platforms such as Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire devices.


The perfect destination for people who want to work out without following an overly enthusiastic on-screen trainer, Darebee offers a seemingly unlimited collection of great workouts for the low, low price of nothing.


Stop by every morning for the workout of the day—30 butterfly sit-ups today as I’m writing this—or follow programs to target specific muscle groups.

There are thousands of available workouts, programs, challenges, and collections to keep you busy and coming back for more.


If it’s control you’re after, Wger lets you customize your workouts down to the very last rep.

It’s an impressive and fully featured open-source fitness tracking platform that lets you create custom workouts for yourself from 400-plus available exercises, plan meals using a database of more than 80,000 food items, track your progress, and connect with the active Wger user community.

Source: fastcompany

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