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– I’m Michael Fisher, and as you may have noticed, I don’t cover a lot of fitness tech. That’s because that stuff reminds me of gym class, Little League and all the other enforced sporting events I couldn’t wait to grow out of. This low budget stock footage doin’ anything for you? This is what you have to do when you don’t want to
infringe on copyright. You get flaming soccer balls. That’s pretty cool though. But let’s get back to it. Look fitness is important. Especially when the most exercise you get during your work day happens between your wrists and fingertips. So to kick off 2017, I invited some of my
favorite health-minded internet people to help me round up the best fitness apps out there. Let’s tune in for their recommendations. And be sure to stick around to the end for my pick. It’s Mr. Mobile. (fast synthesizer music) – I’m Jon Rettinger, and usually then only
fitness that I cared about is tryin’ to fit this
whole pizza in my mouth. With the New Year comes new resolutions that I’m trying to get
not be a shape of an oval. Be more of a line. And I’m using the app
called Sworkit for iOS. It’s free and you can buy more workouts. It’ll walk you through beginners workouts. Including whether or not
you wanna do core or arms, different body parts. And it’ll give you videos
to show you how to do it. Awesome app. You, like me, should get off your butt and download it and you know we could be
into shape buddies together. – Hi, Mr. Mobile. My personal recommendation
for helping people improve their fitness whether it’s their flexibility or their core strength or just overall they wanna get a better start on their body in 2017, is Fitstar Yoga. Now if you’re terrified by Yoga programs I completely understand. This app doesn’t require you to buy into the spirituality of Yoga if that’s not what you’re into. But it provides some of the core mechanics to really help you not
only get a good workout but improve your flexibility and your strength. I like it because it builds a customized skill program for you based on your level. It also offers on-the-go sessions that you can do no matter
how much time you have. Whether you’re in your hotel room, or even by a pool. – Hey, what is up guys? I’m KBHD here, and my favorite fitness related app for, not just this year but plenty of previous years as well is called My Fitness Pal. It’s a really popular app. You’ve probably already have heard of it. And it has a ton of features. I specifically use it
for the calorie counting. So you can put in the names of the foods you’re eating and it’ll tell you how many calories. Or you can just use the
built in barcode scanner and scan the label of what you just ate. But even beyond that it
has a ton of features for things like workouts and exercises and helping with meals and recipes, and even letting you track your progress with step counting. It can connect to a buncha different fitness devices. So, if you’re anywhere from a professional athlete to a casual person with some New Year’s resolutions this app is definitely gonna work for you. Good Luck. – Hey guys, I’m Krystal and my go-to fitness app has gotta be Lifesum. So when you open up Lifesum you can set up one of three goals. Like gaining weight and muscle, losing weight, or maybe just becoming a
healthier person all around. And once you set that goal Lifesum will set many
milestones on the path to your final goal. It’ll then calculate how much carbs, calories, protein, and fat you need to consume each day to
reach your milestones. And it couldn’t be
easier to log your meals into Lifesum, ’cause you can just search it up, or even add the foods that you eat often to your favorites for easy access. And the app will automatically know every piece of nutritional
information for that meal. But my favorite part of the app though is how you can actually scan the barcode on the box of food you
bought from the store. And Lifesum will know exactly what it is along with all it’s
nutritional information. Of course you can turn on notifications to make sure you’re not slacking, easily log in your water intake, take weekly surveys to
see how healthy you are, uses Android Wear or
Apple Watch counterpart. And thankfully it’s free. – Hey it’s JVTechTea. What’s going on everybody? And while I do partake
in the physical tracking and the calorie counting that happens in the apps in this list, I do think that mental
fitness is just as important and that’s where Stop,
Breathe & Think comes in. Meditation is considered
a bicep curl for the mind. And even just as little as five minutes can actually help you
gain that mental clarity if you are to have a
regular practice every day. Now Stop, Breathe, and
Think allows you to do that with guided meditations
that are given to you based upon the mood that you tell the app you are in currently. That way you’ll be able to
keep the good vibes rolling or you’ll be able to calm yourself after some stressful moments like for example, on a trade show floor at CPS. So, this application is
a great way to start, and many of its features are free. So when you feel that stress
coming on in your mind you can go ahead and do a mental exercise in Stop, Breathe, and Think. – Michael, I’m honored
to be on your channel. This is Saf from SuperSaf TV, and my favorite fitness app is S Health. The reason for that is I’m a simple man and S
Health is the fitness app that comes by default on
my current daily driver which is the S7 Edge. And it does what I need it to do. Now I’m no fitness freak, but I do like keeping
track of my daily activity, and I think S Health does a
pretty decent job of that. It also lets me set daily goals and will alert me when
I’ve reached those goals, when I’m coming close, or when I’m not close at all, which unfortunately has been the case over the past few weeks. But, hey, it’s the holidays, so don’t judge me. Thanks Mr. Mobile for
having me once again. And if you wanna see some of my videos then do check out my channel. This is Saf from SuperSaf TV. I’ll see you next time. – I know, right? A fitness video on Christmas (mumbles). Hey everyone, it’s Jaime
Rivera with Pocket Now. Michael, thank you for the invite. Favorite fitness application
would be Polar Flow, which is tied to my favorite fitness watch the Polar M600. Why? Because these
services are pretty much the only ones, they’re probably the few that
do a lot of things right. Number one, Platform Agnostic, doesn’t really matter what phone I had or was using yesterday. I simply log on to Polar
Flow with my account and it brings all my training information. Number two, it does a really good job at either syncing with Google Fit or with Apple Health Services. Number three, the fact that includes
the most complete list of workouts that I’ve ever seen. But fourth and most important
to the diet that I do requires me to know what
training zone I was in because not all calorie burn is equal. Depending on how intense you were training you were either burning fat or improving your physical condition. And Polar services are the most complete in providing you how your workout was and what it did for you. So, for me, that would be it. Again Michael, thank you
so much for the invite. – Hey folks, Mr. Mobile again. So, that’s a pretty solid roundup. And I actually use a
couple of those myself. But I’m the type of
person who needs an app to distract him from the fact that he’s getting any exercise at all. For that, I turn to Ingress. The augmented reality
game from the same cats who brought us Pokemon Go. I like Ingress because it
ties real life landmarks to virtual portals that you compete with other players to capture. And the underlying narrative
of mysterious energy and mind-control fields is quite different from the creature capturing of Pokemon. How does it keep you fit? Well, because portals are
tied to real world objects, you need to walk to play the game, a lot. I’ve racked up 10, 15,
even 20,000 steps a day playing Ingress without even realizing it. And I’ve learned a few things about my neighborhood along the way. Links to download Ingress and all the apps mentioned in this video for that matter, are down in the description. And hey, let us know what
apps are keeping you fit, physically or otherwise in the New Year. Drop a comment down below. Thanks to all my friends
who pitched in on this one. Thanks to you for watching. And as always, Stay Mobile my friends. (upbeat synth music)

100 thoughts on “The Best Fitness Apps For 2017

  1. SHealth, because it works awesome with the Samsung GearFit2. You don't need to carry around the phone to do the exercises. Personal trainer on your wrist.

  2. LG Health on my Nexus 6. Perfect for tracking steps or whatever exercise you do and adds klm on my power walks. Free, no ads, no signing in and requires little access to personal info. Adds up my daily, weekly, monthy outings and more. Perfect!

  3. Hi Michael Fisher, I noticed that you were playing Ingress on a BlackBerry. Doesn't your account get banned if you play Ingress on a BlackBerry???

  4.  watch keeps me on my toes. Keeps reminding me when to stand up and move. I'm a runner and use Nike app to log all my runs. I cycle too but only on weekends and use native  workout application.

  5. Hey Michael, check out Fit for Battle, a fun RPG running game, a bit like runtastic's story running, but all the events in the game pivot the story, like an immersive choose-your-own adventure.

  6. Hey guys, I created a fitness called D7Fit which is avilalablenin the Google market for free. I will have it in the Apple market soon. Hope you guys like it.

  7. I have reciently gotten the Fitbit Charge 2. I had the earlier model the Charge HR. I also have the Withings Cardio Scale and BP monitor. The Withings app took the data on the older Charge HR, but it does not take (I can't get it to recognize) the newer Charge 2 data into the Withings App Steps… So, between my iphone 6, my Win10 laptop, the Fitbit Charge 2, the Withings Scale and the Withings BP monitor there appears to be a communication problems. Like in the movie Cool Hand Luke; Paul Newman said just before he got a bullet between the eyes "What we have here is a failure to communicate"…

    Hands down, I like the Fitbit app the best. And, it picks up some of the Withings data points, but far from all. In addition, none of these apps print decent reports for Doctors. I would be happy if I could print one data set from one app and another data set from another app. You can export data to a spreadsheet, but that is work.

    Is there a third party app that does a beautiful job of integrating, and printing, data from all these devices? Google Fit was supposed to do this a yr or two back. From what I have seen, it does not work. At least not with my devices. From what I can tel MyFitness Pal allows manual input; which is worthless.

    My guess is there are a million folks out there wanting something similar to what I am describing. This would make a fabulous series of videos…

    Suggestions and/or ideas????

  8. I actually like this brain exercising game “nonu amazing only” (Google it)! My focus and memory could develop by playing these games because they are really tough. I never imagined that my entire family will participate in this game as well and in some cases, we play the game altogether using only one phone!

  9. This brain training game “nonu amazing only” (Google it) is just wonderful! I have been utilizing it several weeks now and feel my memory and response time have improved. I have dyslexia and it has helped me with tasks I really do daily at work and home. This is ideal for those who would like to keep their brain energetic and well-functioning. Fun to use.

  10. I was always a little old school in that I carried a pen and notepad around the gym. I just really like the simplicity of it but here is a simple app similar to a notepad that works well if you like to write your own workouts. Workout Buddy https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.slickAppStudio.sjrieste.workoutbuddy

  11. I've tried a few like Noom and others and settled on Samsung S Health. I've got over 2 years of data in that app now. It must be working cuz I'm still alive hehe I'm managing well actually. I could do better though.

  12. I actually love this brain training game “nonu amazing only” (Google it)! My focus and memory could develop by taking part in these games since they`re really tricky. Funny matter was, the whole household ended up having fun with this game, and moving my phone around!

  13. I love Strava for cycling or walking and I have Fit Cloud that works with my wrist worn cheap Chinese fitness tracker. I do not like Google Fit, as it does not integrate with my bluetooth heart rate chest strap or fitness tracker band. What I would love is for more integration between our devices and applications. They all operate on our smartphones at the same time, it is sad that they can't all share data, display, heart rate, calorie burn, blood oxygen and more.

  14. I would tell you about my experience (it can be very useful for someone). I used Jefit, Gym Coach, Gym Workout, Smartfit..
    So… Gym boom is my personal choice. That app illustrate true date, save history training, comfortable interface.
    I really glad to use that application. If interested in that app open http://onelink.to/87vm62

  15. Instead of a bunch of loser YouTubers (minus technobuffalo cause he's cool and urself) you asked, u should've gotten ppl who were actually in good shape for their opinions! Lol

  16. Most of these apps are highly priced subscription-services. It would have been good, if this video had clarified that fact.

  17. For me, these are the best ones which helped me achieve my goals: http://www.androidupdated.com/2018/03/01/best-health-apps-download/

  18. You have just recommended the worst fitness apps for 2017. Next time try to ask people that actually doing fitness in there day to day bases, and not just a bunch of computer geeks that never been to the gym.

  19. Would you like to remain healthy and require ideas for doing this? I came across a point where there are effective healthy tips. Simply type in Google as: "HealthZap99" to find out the new healthy tips.

  20. Hello! I recently published an interval timer app for Android! Please check it out if you're interested!
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alvinlee5.timerv2

    It's very simple and easy to use, and can be used for any HIIT workouts.

  21. Lovely collection. Bicycle is good. Best fitness tracker app depends on your demand. Just know your demand and choose from many of them. https://itphobia.com/6-best-health-fitness-tracker-app-make-life-better/

  22. Hi Michael, would you be interested in taking a look at my app for Android and iOS called Gymster? You enter equipment available at your gym and the app gives you a workout back based on the equipment selected.

  23. Wow i was looking for a video on fitness apps and I had no idea u already made a video on it. Thanks alot mr mobile. Truly the best tech tuber on the planet

  24. All I really want is an app that doesn't have a subscription. I'm still willing for a one time payment. But not a subscription. Gym memberships are actually cheaper than what some of these apps are asking for monthly.

  25. Are you going to do a 2018 video as well? I hope you try out my favourite Gymwolf (https://www.gymwolf.com) which is focused on gym workouts.

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