Top iPhone fitness apps (screenshots)
3. Fitness Pro
Pros: This app is easier to carry around than a fitness magazine and offers the added bonus of an electronic log for your workouts; offers tips for newbies on types of cardio and proper form; lets you select exercises by individual muscle; some exercises can be done at home, with minimal equipment; includes a handful of preprogrammed routines and you can create your own as well.
Cons: All of the included routines require hard-core gym equipment; the exercises are pretty standard, so there will be no surprises for the seasoned fitness fanatic.
Good for: Fitness magazine faithful who are looking for a more pocket-friendly and flexible way to add new exercises and routines to their workouts; this app is also a good free option to be used in conjunction with Lose It for getting into better shape.
January 20, 2011 12:35 PM PST
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