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I‘ll be the first to admit, finding the time to hit the gym can be a real challenge. Life has a way of throwing obstacles in our path, not to mention the rising costs of gym memberships. If you’re looking to make the most of your time and save some money, working out at home is a great option. Nowadays, there are plenty of high-quality fitness apps available at your fingertips. Whether you’re looking for workouts tailored to women or simple rep counting apps, there’s something out there for everyone. With summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start moving and get in shape from the comfort of your own home. If you have been on a mission to find an effortless, low-cost way to exercise, you should definitely check out the following workout apps.

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Apple Fitness +

Cost: $9.99/month or $79.99 annually
Previously, the Apple Fitness + app was reserved for those with an Apple Watch but has since expanded for anyone to download and use. While there is a monthly cost, this app is stacked with valuable tools and services designed to get you in shape. There’s workouts such as HIIT and yoga, all ranging from beginner to advanced. Plus, if you do have the Apple watch, it’s a no brainer investment because it links directly to your metrics for measures like pulse and heart rate.

The Sculpt Society

Cost: $14.99-$19.99/month
Get your dance cardio on with The Sculpt Society. Led by trainer Megan Roup, these high-energy workouts will have you sweating and smiling at the same time. There’s a wealth of quick (5-25 minute) videos designed to target specific areas of the body. I love that you can easily fit in one of these 10-minute routines even on your busiest WFH days.

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Cost: Free (no coaching services), $19/month (group coaching), $600+ for 3 months (1:1 coaching)
If following pre-formulated workouts doesn’t seem to work for you, Caliber is worth checking out. This is a science-based app that matches you with a real coach who will create a targeted program for you based on your lifestyle, habits, and goals. Your designated coach will be available for live video calls and messages whenever needed. This is as close as you can get to hiring a personal trainer for in-person sessions!


Cost: Free
For those who prefer to create their own workout routines rather than following a specific program, the Hevy app could be exactly what you’re looking for. This workout tracker allows you to log every exercise, including the weight used and reps performed. It’s an ideal solution for anyone looking to track their fitness progress and focus on progressive overload.

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Cost: Free, Pro: $24.99 for 6 months
Raise your hand if you find yourself getting bored of every workout you try? If this sounds like you, FitOn might be a good workout app for you to test. There’s an incredible amount of variety, even in the free version. You can follow along with one of the celebrity trainer videos or tune in live to one of the ten live-stream workout sessions FitOn offers daily. This is the perfect solution for those who prioritize variety in their workout routine.


Cost: $19.99/month or $119.94 annually
Former fitness influencer, Kayla Itsines, is the brain behind Sweat, a woman-focused workout app. It’s incredibly intuitive and user-friendly, making it perfect for those who are new to the home workout world. From its effective, high intensity workouts that require zero equipment to the meal planning tab, Sweat definitely has all you need and more.

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Cost: $29.99/monthly or $244.99 annually
If you tend to lean towards yoga or meditation sessions, Glo might be the app for you! It allows you to experience in-studio energy in the comfort of your own living room thanks to the abundance of live streaming class options. Of course, if you are in a crunch for time, the app has plenty of pre-recorded workouts to choose from.

Alo Moves

Cost: $12.99/monthly or $129.99 annually

Alo Moves, powered by the renowned athleisure brand Alo Yoga, offers an extensive online library of yoga, fitness, mindfulness, and wellness classes. With over 80 instructors, the platform provides on-demand classes that can be sorted by type (such as barre or hatha yoga), difficulty level, length, or instructor preference. All you need is a mat, an exercise loop, and light dumbbells (2-10 lbs.) to access the full range of workouts available. These workouts are perfect for taking on vacation or when sharing workout space with family members, ensuring you can stay consistent with your fitness routine regardless of your surroundings.

Don’t let life get in the way of your health. Download these workout apps to streamline your at-home exercise routine!

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