Whether you're trying to get rid of that junk in your trunk, or just prevent yourself from piling it on, a little help is always handy. Most mere mortals can't afford to hire a macrobiotic dietitian or aggressive personal trainer to stay in shape. Let the following 4 apps keep you in trim instead.
Noom gives you little tasks each day to lead you on the path to weight loss. Tell it what you've been scoffing, track your calorie intake, and input your workout so it knows what you've sweated off. There are low-cal recipe ideas and a support group, which won't give you hugs but will give you a morale boost. You can also indulge in your obsession for taking pics of food and upload your meal pics to the global leaderboard.
If you're feeling the pinch, save yourself a buck or two and download Runtastic Running & Fitness, your very own DIY fitness trainer. Making the most of the motion sensors and GPS technology built into your smartphone, it tracks different parameters of your workout sessions and gives you tips to move your ass a bit quicker.
Lose it! - Weight Loss Program and Calorie Counter
Nuff said. Lose it! helps you shift the weight by giving you a breakdown of your 'calorie budget,' and helping you identify the relationship between your diet, exercise, and results over time. The enormous database of food includes both generic and brand foods, which helps you track calories when you're dining out too.
A simple way of balancing your food budget, and your scales.
Ok, so now that you're looking good on the outside, how do your insides measure up? The media (or maybe just the Daily Mail) are constantly reminding of us of the importance of a healthy BMI (Body Mass Index). BMI over 25? You're likely to contract all kinds of nasties like diabetes, heart disease, and communist ideas (ok, maybe not that last one). Ideal Weight (BMI) is an easy-peasy app to check if your weight's good for your height.