iPhone Applications for Weight Loss

Reviews of weight loss applications for iPhone
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Three Apps That Will Help You Stay Active...Or Else!

Don’t have a workout partner to keep you motivated and in the gym? No problem. Just use your smartphone. You’re probably no stranger to fitness apps. They have been around as long as smart phones have. Apps can be great tools for tracking your progress and fitness levels, but have been missing a crucial component: motivation. True motivation. Most fitness apps have some sort of cursory form of motivation, like “cheers” that are broadcast through your social networks, but if you don’t run, there isn’t much of a consequence, at least not through the app.

There are three promising apps that you should definitely check out if you need a little extra boost in the fitness department. They’re called:

Rev Up Your Workout: 4 Fitness Apps to Get You Fit for the Beach

Summer is just around the corner and it's time to get in shape to show off your beach bod to the ladies. But just how do you do that? That's where we come in. We've put together our favorite four apps designed to get you in shape so you'll be looking stylish in your boardshorts in no time flat.

Check out our top four choices for men's fitness apps:

Men's Health Workouts -$1.99

The Men's Health Workouts app, available for the iPhone and Android, gives you access to exclusive workouts created by athletes, strength coaches, and fitness experts from around the world. The app lets you view step-by-step workout instructions, full-color photography, easy tools for logging your performance, and even the ability to share your results by emailing them to yourself or your workout buddy. To make sure you don't move too quickly, the app has a timer which you can use to time your cool-down periods. When you're ready to go again, tap the screen and start again. There are also several add-on packages if you'd like to focus on your core, upper arms, etc.

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Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal Review

If you currently own an Android powered device, then you may be in the market for some of the leading apps in the field of fitness and nutrition. There are so many different ways to lose weight today and within the world of technology you have a number of different weight loss tools at your disposal.

This calorie counter and diet tracker by MyFitnessPal is one of the highest rated fitness apps in the Android system today. Allow me to go through the details and save you time researching when you can be beginning your new weight loss program with this fantastic Android app!

How Does the "Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker" Work?

In the video below you can watch a demonstration of the way that the "Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker" application works. A user is going through the various functions, database and modes this apparatus offers to your personal calorie and diet program.

Best Fitness Apps for Your Smartphone

We live in an age where a huge percentage of people have the equivalent of a powerful computer right in their pocket; the introduction of fitness apps for Smartphones and other mobile devices have changed the way people make, record, and reach their fitness goals.

In our busy and very technologically based lives, fitness has to be convenient, or it just doesn’t take priority for most people. If the gym is close by your home or work, or is open 24/7, you are much more likely to actually go.

If it’s easy to keep track of the fitness classes you attend, the weights you lift, or the miles you walk, run, or bike, you are more likely to track your progress.
If it’s convenient to count calories and keep record of what you eat, you are more likely to pay attention to eating healthier and hold yourself accountable.

With such a huge volume of fitness apps available on platforms such as iOS, android, and blackberry; it can be hard to find one in your price-range that suits all of your needs.

The following 5 free apps are designed for various mobile devices while offering a wide range of tools for helping you record your progress, meeting, and measuring, your personal fitness goals.

Lose It! By FitNow (iOS 3.0 or higher, FREE)

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Distance Meter Free iPhone App: A Pedo in Your Pocket, Sort of...

So, you want to know how far you’ve come, huh? That’s a very relative question. Some may say you to ask your parents. Some may say ask your friends. Depending on your cup of tea, it may want to be your priest, pastor, or rabi. But, on the off chance if you are not interested in going the distance metaphorically speaking, and more literally speaking, then I might be able to help answer that! May I introduce Distance Free.

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Cures A-Z iPhone App Review: Your Pocket Encyclopedia for a Healthy Life

Ever find your self on the train, in a plane, on a boat, or walking with a goat, and had to have that ever life changing answer to cure life’s illnesses? I find myself in this situation all the time. And just in case you are like me, I’d like to introduce you to Cures A-Z.

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Arm Workout iPhone App Review: A Pocket Sized Exercise Routine To Go

OK, you are in the fitness oriented mind set now but need a little direction or oomph to get you moving. That’s OK. Every body does once in a while. So today I’m going to take a look at Arm Workout and give it a try.

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Bmi+Bodyfat Calculator iPhone App Review: Your Body Fat Analysis On The Go

Good morning, good day, good how! I have an app for all of you athletes out there. Today I am taking a look at Bmi+Bodyfat Calculator by Michael Heinz for the iPhone. What makes this a great app is it’s simplicity. But is that enough? Let’s find out.

FoodScanner iPhone App Review: The Easy Way to Monitor Nutrient Intake

Losing weight requires a lot of commitment and dedication, as anyone that has ever tried to shed pounds will know. However, it can also require a lot of time, with many people having to dedicate a huge amount of time to counting calories, monitoring calorie intake, checking on available calorie allowance, and scribbling down what they have eaten that day. All of this can be extremely cumbersome, and it is not surprising that people tend to give up after a short while.

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