Apps To Spy On Your Friends #crushthem To Win Workout Challenges

Besides keeping track of your progress, fitness apps are now sociable tools designed to ‘compare notes’ with friends on the same apps. Here are some great workout apps to share with your buddies.

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Freeletics Bodyweight (Android, iOS: Free)

Hundreds of workout routines designed to use only your body weight as your exercise equipment. Audio and video guides provide step-by-step sequences for your workouts.

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Nike+ Training Club (Android, iOS: Free)

Claimed as one of the best workout apps designed by professional athletes and celebrities with audio cues. After completing your workout, you can share customized photos with the Nike+ community.

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StrongLifts 5x5 (Android, iOS: Free)

Based on the strength training program of the same name, StrongLifts 5x5 stands for five sets of five reps of five free-weight done in three 45-minute workouts per week.

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Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App (Android, iOS: Free)

Always short of time? 7 minutes is all you need. The app guides you through the original 7 minute workout, as well as more advanced routines of varying duration and intensity.

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Map My Fitness (Android, iOS: Free)

Under Armour’s Map My Fitness logs 600 different fitness activities and you can search or share running/cycling routes and also join challenges with friends through the Map My Fitness Community.

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Strava Running & Cycling (Android, iOS: Free)

The top-notch running and cycling tracker with competitive and gamified features. Data from your running speed, distance travelled, time and course taken are recorded and combined with leader boards, achievements and challenges record.

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These apps are perfect for the uber competitive weekend athletes and also data nerds who love tracking progress. Quickly download the apps and start racing your friends.

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