The Best Home Workout Apps to Help You During Quarantine


Working out at home is easier said than done. Some get on with sheer determination, but some need the help of apps. But hey, that's a start. To help you out, we've put together a list of the best apps right now to help you get in shape. Here are the best home workout apps because the quarantine shouldn't stop you.

1| Active by POPSUGAR

Like a real workout, we're starting this list with something light. Active by POPSUGAR has everything from light cardio to low impact exercises. It doesn't stop there, however, the app also has boxing, dance, high intensity, strength, and toning, as well as yoga and pilates. Plus, you get to be exclusively trained by fitness experts and celebrity trainers.


2| Centr

Chris Hemsworth—or should we say Thor—doesn't kid around with fitness. So, it makes sense that he has his own health and fitness app. Together with his personal trainer, Luke Zocchi, you can get ripped like Thor, too. Not only that, you'll also have access to Hemsworth's team of experts, including his chef and meditation teacher.


3| Nike Training Club

Nike Training Club is one of the most well-known workout apps for a reason. It has body-part-focused workouts, different levels of intensity, and you can select from times, ranging from 15 to 45 minutes. Still need convincing? How does getting trained by athletes like Isaiah Thomas, Julie Ertz, Sydney Leroux Dwyer, and Cristiano Ronaldo sound?



Just because you can't go to your local CrossFit gym doesn't mean you have to miss your workouts. With Range of Motion Workout of the Day or ROMWOD for short, you can do CrossFit at home. Each week, the app gives you workouts of the day that will no doubt increase your performance. If you're new, you're in luck as the app's Welcome Series will catch you up in no time.



5| Seven

Time for workouts is no longer a problem, thanks to the quarantine. But doing a full 30-minute workout can still be a challenge if you lost your momentum. How about you start with seven minutes instead? The app Seven helps you do just that, with the tagline "small habits lead to big changes."


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Paolo Chua
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Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor at Esquire Philippines, where he writes about fashion and grooming. Before joining Esquire Philippines, he was a writer at Town & Country Philippines.
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