Best Workout Apps to Download in 2023, According to Trainers and Reviews

best workout apps — nike training app


Best Free Workout App: Nike Training Workout App

Recommended by Denise Chakoian, owner and founder of CORE Cycle.Fitness.Lagree, personal trainer, cancer exercise specialist, and boutique fitness consultant, this pick is also free and editor-approved. Channel your favorite pro athletes with this must-have workout app. Nike Training Club offers more than 180 routines and additional content from top trainers and some of the athletes you love (think: Serena Williams and Cristiano Ronaldo). Whether you’re working with a full gym or just with your bodyweight at home, get a major burn in from quick sessions to 45 minute classes, organized by activity (from yoga to running to weights). Don’t forget to share your workouts with your friends when you’re finished.

best workout apps — peloton

Most Versatile: Peloton Workout App

Turns out Peloton offers more than just their high-tech spin bikes and treads. They also have an app that has a wide range of workouts you can do at home. You can follow along with their live studio workouts for bootcamp or strength classes. You can even hop on your own (non-Peloton) bike or treadmill and be guided by their instructors. If you want to take your workout outdoors, you can take your phone or tablet with you. Plus, it offers guided running workouts. The app can track your mileage, pace, your splits so you can gauge how you are doing. You can access all Peloton workouts for a cost of $12.99 a month.