It’s no surprise that so millions find themselves relying on indoor workout apps. With most of the world currently under some kind of quarantine order, it’s no longer possible for millions to simply go to the gym. Even trying to enjoy enough basic outdoor activity has become significantly more difficult.
The bad news is that you’ll have to work just a little harder to squeeze in the activity your body needs during a quarantine. The good news is that the right apps can not only help you stay active but may just help you find your next favorite workout routine.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of our favorite indoor workout apps for iOS.
Granted, this isn’t strictly an indoor workout app, but it’s essential for your health goals.
MyFitnessPal is simply one of the best calorie counter apps in the world. Along with helping you track how much you’re eating, MyFitnessPal can assist with meal planning. On top of that, it even offers some built-in simple strength and cardio workout ideas.
At a time when you’re not as naturally active, calorie counting matters most. MyFitnessPal can help there in a big way.
You may think that the name of this app says it all, but its the details of this service that make it one of the best indoor workout apps.
Johnson & Johnson 7 Minute Workout lets you create custom workouts ranging from 7 to 30+ minutes. It can also create workouts designed to adhere to your preferences and needs. Most importantly, it compiles various functions such as in-app music in order to ensure that it offers everything you need for simple indoor workouts in one package.
This is quite simply one of the best indoor workout apps for those who just need simple ways to stay active.
Yoga is not only one of the best exercises you can do for total health, but proper yoga doesn’t require much (if any) equipment. That makes it perfect for indoor workouts.
Daily Yoga offers everything you could look for in yoga and indoor workout apps. From instructions to digital coaches, it features a complete yoga class experience minus having to actually go to a class.
There’s no shortage of great yoga apps out there, but Daily Yoga benefits from so many features that we can safely recommend it to users of all levels of experience.
Are you interested in working out indoors but you really miss the atmosphere of a class? Nike Training Club may just be able to help.
Nike Training Club offers a full range of customized workouts ranging from 15-45 minutes. Even better, it features built-in classes from world-class trainers that not only teach you how to perform the exercises but may just give you a shot of necessary incentive.
Those looking for indoor workout apps that offer more complete (sometimes intense) workouts will find what they’re looking for in Nike Training Club.
Staying motivated when working out indoors can be tricky. The fact is that working out with others offers a degree of competition and accountability you don’t always get in your home.
Accountability and competition are exactly what Challenges offers. The app asks you to sign-up with a team and compete with other teams in order to achieve fitness goals. Said goals can easily be customized, so it’s no trouble to set-up a series of indoor workout incentives.
Other indoor workout apps are more structured than Challenges, but few offer this level of entertainment and motivation.
The best indoor workout apps are usually defined by their flexibility. After all, you’re trying to fit a full workout into the place where you eat, sleep, and store everything you own.
Freeletics understands the value of flexibility (in more ways than one). Its workouts are designed to be performed without weights, equipment, or even a large amount of space to work with. It even features audio coaching sessions.
If you don’t own any equipment and want to maximize your indoor workout space, then Freeletics offers everything you’ll need.