The 7 Best Apps for Changing Your Fitness Habits
There are a lot of fitness apps out there. A new study explored which ones were the most likely to actually cause changes in behavior.
Sworkit Circuit Training App (Tech Review)
If you're looking for workouts to do while traveling this summer, Sworkit is the perfect app for you.
Simple Tools to Improve Your Meditation
As you continue on your meditation journey, here are some tools which will help you to practice regularly.
BattleSuit Runner Fitness (Tech Review)
Love adventures, but not a zombie fan? How about aliens and cool space suits? There's an app for that!
Paleo Central App (Tech Review)
Getting started in paleo can be downright confusing, which is why the smart people at Nerd Fitness created this app.
Nudge App (Tech Review)
Looking for an easy way to integrate all your fitness data? There's an app for that!
Kitestring App (Tech Review)
Kitestring lets the right people know via text if you haven’t checked in after a run, walk, or other outing.
The 5 Best Fitness Apps
If I told you to go find a good fitness app, how would you go about choosing? It can be overwhelming, so here are my top five to get you started.
Rowkeeper App (Tech Review)
I fell in love with rowing a long time ago, and now I've found a rowing app that I'm also in love with.
Tech Review: Asana Project Management
If you manage a gym or want to organize your workouts and make long-term plans, Asana Project Management is a great tool. It's the secret to my business success, and now I'm sharing it.
Tech Review: Johnson & Johnson 7 Minute Workout App
Baby shampoo isn't the only product made by Johnson & Johnson. If you're short on time and want to fit in a quick but effective workout, check out their 7 Minute Workout app.
The Good, The Bad, and the Bottom Line of the Fitness Gadget Craze
Is all this technology a good thing? Data can help you pinpoint your weak spots and, therefore, help you progress. But getting bogged down in the data has its downsides, too.
Eric C. Stevens
Tech Review: runzi running cadence - injury coach app
This free app from runzi provides cadence coaching and impact data for footfalls during running and walking activities.
3 Tools to Amp Up Your Gym Business for the New Year and 1 Big No-No
If you're a fitness professional, you're bracing yourself for the onslaught of New Year's resolution clients. Here are three tools you should use, and one big mistake you should avoid.
Tech Review: Impetus Interval Timer App
With the wealth of preset timers loaded into the Impetus Interval Timer app, it’s easy to use for yourself or for classes right from installation.
Tech Review: Fooducate App
Curious about GMOs or other terms on a box at the grocery store? Fooducate is a free app that allows the user to quickly reference and compare foods.
Tech Review: Locavore App
I often hear people say they don't know where to find locally sourced food. The Locavore app helps you find farms, markets, and CSAs in your area.
More Than Calorie Counting: My 2 Favorite Online Food Journals
Tracking our food is important, but we should also track our nutrient intake. This is made easy with websites and apps. Let me share my favorites with you.
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