Health Apps Sweating Modifications In Newest Rating


No, the “COVID 19 pounds” that many of us have packed on (thank you, mobile order-ahead and streaming apps) will not melt away on their own. It took work to gain this weight, but it doesn’t have to be resistance to take it off. Indeed, apps make transformation fun.

In the latest ranking of PYMNTS fitness app providers, the action has been a little hot, or rather warmed by lots of small changes that create heat and burn burrito bowls when people switch their routines.

Tied sneakers: check. Space age running outfit: check. Wants to exercise: please check.

Seriously, we all need a run and a few sit-ups. Let’s go.

The top 5

After warming up, we start with the Strava: Run, Ride, Swim app, which is still number 1.

Now for the changes, of which there are many.

In second place, My Fitness Pal pushes the Planet Fitness Workout in third place.

FitOn Workouts & Fitness Plans also rises to 4th place by one place at the expense of beefy Workouts By Muscle Booster, which falls to 5th place and completes the top 5 fitness apps.

The top 10

Usually at this point in a strenuous workout we like a protein shake break, but now there is no stopping. Just a few more reps and we can call it a solid day at the gym (app).

Our No. 6 for this session is the Fitness Coach & Diet: FitCoach app (one place ahead of the last ranking), and No. 7 of the month is Map My Run By Under Armor.

Elevating a map position to # 8 is Runkeeper – GPS Running Tracker. For today’s run, the Nike Training Club app dropped one place to 9th place. Time to pick up the pace.

New at number 10 (and among the top 10) in this edition of the PYMNTS provider ranking for fitness apps is the Sweatcoin Walking Step Counter app, which proves that walking is a perfect exercise.


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