Free Weight Loss Fitness Apps
The Kombat Group weight loss program mixes a variety of classes such as Boxing, Muay Thai and functional training – all of which have been scientifically proven to be successful for weight loss. And unsurprisingly, our program currently has a 95% success rate and a 25% return rate.
One thing that our weight loss customers always say is that whenever they need motivation, they always get it from the trainers, and of course, peers at the camp. But another source of motivation for people who want to lose weight is downloading a fitness app on their phone.
And even though we do weekly weigh-ins and body composition reports for each of our customers, it’s helpful to have more detailed data saved on your phone. Most of these fitness apps have amazing features such as calorie tracking, goal setting, heart-rate monitors and blood pressure tracking.
In fact, studies have found that logging your food doubles your weight loss and a study by the Journal of Medical Internet Research supports the finding that mobile apps can be extremely effective in achieving weight, fitness and diet goals. This is because watching raw data about yourself and seeing your goals being smashed every week, can be extremely motivating.
What different Fitness apps are available?
There are over 20,000 weight-loss apps on the market, so we’ve hand-picked our top four recommended apps for people who are serious about their weight loss goals and want to track every step of the progress towards achieving their goals and shedding those pounds.
Lose It! is a free weight loss app for iPhone and Android that gives you access to a verified food database that helps you track your calories. It connects to other apps like RunKeeper, Nike+ and a variety of devices and scales to help you track your data easily and allows you to create a personalised weight loss plan with weight goals as well as total wellness and fitness. Thirty million people have downloaded Lose It!. 50 million pounds have been logged and lost, and 75% of users have achieved clinically significant weight loss using the app.
This app, owned by Under Armour, is another popular app that let users track daily food intake and exercise. The free version includes access to 6+ million foods, and as well as being available to download on iPhone and Android, there are also apps for Blackberry and Windows Phones.
Users of MyFitnessPal have lost over 200 million pounds and 88% of people who track for at least seven days on the app lose weight. It’s deemed to be so successful that it’s been featured in the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Wired, USA Today, Family Circle, Marie Claire, NBC, CNET, Shape, the Today Show and more!
Did you know you can use the FitBit app on your phone without a wrist device? Your iPhone and Android phones have enough sensors to track most of what the Fitbit app needs to help you get in shape and lose weight, and if you like the app and want more tracking when you aren’t carrying your phone around, you can always buy a Fitbit device later.
This app is amazing if you want to get a complete picture of your health—including steps, distance, calories burned, sleep, weight, and more. And you can also access your dashboard from your desktop, allowing you to see every stat, goal, insight and more from the convenience of your computer.
Featured in the New York Times, Women’s Health, Shape and Forbes, Noom has already helped over 45 million people worldwide achieve their weight loss goals. In fact, people who use Noom lose an average of 18 pounds in just 16 weeks and 78% have reported keeping the weight off for over a year.
The Noom app helps its users navigate their environment, challenge their thoughts, master any triggers, and overcome any barrier that might encourage unhealthy habits. Whether it’s emotional eating, cravings at mid-day, difficulty with social eating, or a sweet tooth, Noom’s scientifically backed-solution will help you create a plan to overcome any obstacle and practice healthier habits until you’ve mastered them!
Download it on Android or iPhone today