Solon: Revolutionize fitness through these apps

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WE WANT to make this quarantine period a productive time for all. Through technology, this quarantine period has made our lives somewhat more doable.

Mobile apps have been integral to our lives ever since the advent of the smartphone. While this can not replace the value of a personal trainer or coach actually supervising workouts, for now, mobile fitness apps are here to stay.

Here are some mobile apps that may revolutionize fitness and wellness during this “new normal.”


They say it takes 66 days to form a habit. Streaks tracks and encourages healthy behavior, such as hitting the gym or staying in shape.


Stressed, anxious, or depressed? Sanvello, a mindfulness meditation app based on cognitive behavioral therapy, will help keep your mental health in check.

Nike Training Club

The Nike Master Trainer app is a collection of an exceptional squadron of experts, and together they put in excellent workouts for anyone at any level. You can do a four-week guided introduction, push yourself with bodyweight, get lean with a six-week plan and more! Even without equipment, this app has something for you.

My Fitness Pal

Perhaps a mainstay of fitness apps, MyFitnessPal is a smartphone app and website that tracks diet and exercise. The app uses gamification elements to motivate users. To track nutrients, users can either scan the barcodes of various food items or manually find them in the app’s large pre-existing database. Download on Android or Apple.


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