There is nothing new nowadays about applications focused on sport or fitness which allow you to record all of the activities you have performed. Thanks to smartphones, you can for example ascertain in a flash how many calories you have consumed or how many kilometres you have run. Some applications are focused rather on competitive individuals who gain motivation to beat limits and compete with others. Others on the contrary work on the basis of support from the community, where you share your luxurious results.
Introducing 3 luxurious applications:
The NTC application is available absolutely free of charge for iOS and Android devices. This is your personal trainer. You can even create a 4-week training plan where you can also include intensive cardio exercise. The application talks to you while performing individual exercises and has also found popularity among celebrities such as Alex Morgan and Serena Williams. Ellie Goulding has become the icon for the application. The database contains more than 100 exercise compiled by Nike Master Trainers.
This application has been designed for fans of luxury running. It is available for devices running Android, iOS and WP. Runtastic is used for mapping a wide range of available activities using the telephone’s built-in GPS. You can monitor the results of your exercise, calories burned, speed, pace, height above sea level, distance run or time.
This is a professional training application which comes from the Czech Republic. Two versions are available: The Personal version is intended for individuals exercising without a trainer. The second version called Trainer is intended for personal trainers and can be used to help trainers manage exercise diaries for all of their clients. After downloading the application to your mobile phone, you have to create an account on the website. The application contains a catalogue of exercises which are described in detail and supplemented by luxury 3D animations. It is available for iOS and Android devices.
A lot of people are already unable to imaging exercising without keeping a record of it. Are you one of them too?