What do you want to do? Keep track of your exercise? Record your daily caloric intake? Make notes about a new fitness book you think is worth reading? Chances are, there's an app for that.
I had a great time talking about fitness apps with Angela Ganote on a recent appearance on the Fox 59 Morning Show
One of my favorite apps is My Fitness Pal. Available via computer or mobile device, My Fitness Pal tracks calories in, calories out, minutes of physical activity, weight and more. I use My Fitness Pal on my cell phone because it's a convenient way to keep myself accountable to the goals I've set.
Another tool I use on a daily basis is my Nike Fuel band. In addition to tracking motion, the Nike Fuel band will send me tips and encouragement throughout my day. It's like a mini personal trainer on my wrist.
Both tools also let me connect with friends who are logged into the apps so we can encourage each other, challenge each other, or sometimes commiserate together.
In our tech-driven world, there are so many health apps out there, it can be hard to decide which one will work best for you. Greatist did some leg-work for you and has compiled a list of The 49 Best Health and Fitness Apps of 2015.
Using apps to keep track of your health and fitness efforts can be a great way to get focused on your goals. Keep in mind, though, that the greatest app in the world won't work if YOU don't work too.
Married to a college football coach, 3 daughters, Beachbody Master Trainer and Coach, Disney fanatic, aspire to inspire, serve others, and be a force of passion. Meet Julie!