Best Apps For Tracking Workouts

The best apps for tracking workouts

These days, it’s easier than ever to track your workouts. With so many different fitness apps available, it can be hard to know which ones are worth downloading and which ones aren’t. Luckily, we’ve done the research for you!

Below we’ll cover some of our favorite fitness apps for tracking workouts, including what makes them great and why they should be on your phone right now!

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Best Fitness and Exercise Apps

Best Apps For Tracking Workouts

Do you want to start a new workout plan, but need some tools to help you stay on track? There are tons of fitness tools available, but you probably already have one of the most useful ones around: your smartphone. There are a variety of apps that can help you monitor your progress, give you ideas for new workouts, and more. Here are 10 of our personal favorites.

  1. BodySpace, iOS and Android
    This free app is one of the best around, especially when it comes to weightlifting. You can build workout programs or follow one that’s already been created (and there are workout programs for every conceivable goal.) It also tracks all of your past workouts and allows you to easily see how you’re progressing. The app also gives you access to’s extensive Exercise Database, so you never have to wonder how to safely perform a move.
  2. Cody, iOS and Android
    The Cody app brings some of the world’s top fitness trainers right to your phone. The workouts are video-based, and you can choose plans ranging from yoga to weightlifting. There’s a virtual journal to log your workouts, an active community to participate in, and you can easily access all of your information on your computer (and, if you have a Chromecast device, you can cast the videos to your TV.) You do have to pay for the programs, but the app itself is free.
  3. Pact, iOS and Android
    If you’ve ever needed a strong incentive, like money, to keep you on track, then here’s an app for you. You pledge to workout for a certain number of days, and if you don’t, you’ll have to pay up. However, you also get paid when you finish a workout. The app itself is free, but slacking on your fitness will cost you.
  4. Nike+, iOS and Android
    For all of our runners out there, there’s hardly a better free running app than the Nike+ option. You can compete with your friends to try to top the leaderboard, and the app logs your progress, including mileage and time. There’s even an option to get in-run audio feedback on your mileage.
  5. Google Fit, Android
    If you’re a Google-lover and you have an Android, Google Fit could be your new favorite fitness tracking app. Easily track your daily activities (for free) just by carrying your phone, set goals, and connect the app to your Android Wear device, if you have one. If you use other apps like Strava, Withings, Runtastic, Runkeeper and Noom Coach you can even connect them with Google Fit to keep all of your data in one place.
  6. MapMyFitness, iOS and Android
    If you’d rather stay away from Google, MapMyFitness is a premier fitness tracking application. This robust app has been around the block more than a few times, and it’s definitely a tried and tested fitness companion. You can track your activities, log your food, and even set up challenges for yourself and your friends. It’s easy to use, robust, and free.
  7. MyFitnessPal, iOS and Android
    If you want to start keeping track of the food you’re eating (a vital part of any health and wellness plan), there’s hardly a better app than the free MyFitnessPal. Scan the barcode of prepackaged foods to instantly tap into that item’s nutrition information, or input your own recipes and ingredients. This app is an excellent companion to the more fitness-oriented apps available.
  8. Fitnet, iOS and Android
    Do you have a habit of slacking off in the middle of your workout? If you use Fitnet, that will be a problem of the past. It uses your phone’s camera to gauge how well you’re following along with videos from personal trainers. If you stop to take a breather, this app will know. It’s like having your own boot camp coach, but for free.
  9. StrongLifts 5×5, iOS and Android
    Here’s another free app for the weightlifters out there. The idea behind StrongLifts is to complete the three main powerlifting exercises (squat, deadlift, and bench press) for five sets of five reps. If you want to develop insane strength, this app and program are worth considering. It even tells you when you should be adding more weight.
  10. Zombies, Run! iOS and Android
    At $3.99, this is the only paid app on the list, but it’s too fun not to include! Save yourself, and the human race, from the impending zombie apocalypse by tracking your runs, and even your daily steps. Not being attacked by zombies on your next training run is pretty good motivation, right?

simple workout log

What is Simple Workout Log?
Simple Workout Log is designed to replace your paper workout journal. Developed nearly three years ago by a team who was disappointed by the selection of workout tracking apps, it combines the best features found in other apps with a minimalistic approach and a clean, easy-to-use interface. Give it a try. We know you’ll love it!

Why people love it
We’ve been able to put together a great combination of simplicity, usability, and features. Because of this, Simple Workout Log has become one of the most popular workout tracking apps on the Play Store.

How we beat the rest
Other workout apps take a simple thing and over complicate it. We believe that a workout log should do just what it says: log your workout. We keep Simple Workout Log simple by avoiding all the unnecessary extras. A workout log should be quick and easy to use in the gym without getting in your way, or slowing you down.

Simple yet powerful
Being simple doesn’t mean you have to compromise! Simple Workout Log has many features others don’t have such as a summary page with stats from your previous workout, powerful graphing of both strength and cardio exercises, the ability to log supersets, cloud backup, export to Excel, and much more.

Give Simple Workout Log a try today!
Android AppHave an Android device? Try our Android App for the most complete experience. Works without a data data connection so you can log workouts from anywhere!
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Android AppFully responsive website works great on any size device from smartphone to desktop PC, making data entry fast and easy, taking less of your valuable time.iOS AppNative iOS App under development, coming soon to the App Store. Get started today with the website and sync your workout data when the app is released!
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Here’s what people are saying about Simple Workout Log
“Most useful app I’ve ever downloaded.”
“I lost 40 pounds and this great app kept track of every single pound I lost!!!!! Thank you so much.”
“Awesome app to keep track of ur daily routines.. Love it!!”
“I love it! Easy to use in the gym during workouts without slowing me down. Powerful data capture and access for analysis. It works perfectly.”
“Beauty in simplicity. This is perfect. No need to search through lifts like other overly complex apps. Once I name and log a lift it’s saved and I can easily find it again and it shows a preview of what I logged last time. No complaints!”
“Very easy to use. I have tried similar apps, and this is much more intuitive than most.”
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