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Fitness apps that allow you to workout from home

Want to keep fit without hitting the gym? There's an app for that.

With fast broadband being rolled out across the country and new, simple and innovative apps on the market every day, it’s never been easier to workout from home.

Here are four apps that let you do exactly that.

1. Cody

Whether you’re passionate about yoga, functional fitness, strength training or getting more flexible, Cody has a workout for you.

Featuring curated programs from a variety of world-renowned trainers and experts, Cody is good for any level of fitness.

It lets you connect directly with the trainers and teachers for a more personalised experience, follow a program as it suits your schedule, or simply try something you’ve never been able to before.

Available online here, on iTunes or on Google Play.

2. Personal Workout


Cody lets you choose from a list of curated fitness programs. Photo: Cody

Looking for that perfect combination of challenging yet fun? Give Personal Workout a try.

The video workouts make you feel like you’re in a studio - all from the comfort of your home (and most importantly within your own schedule).

Available on the Mac App Store (free but offers in-app purchases). 

3. Gym Guide 

Gym Guide is a great example of an app that will inspire you to get back into routine, with step-by-step guides that make the workouts feel simple and fun. 

Photo: Gym Guide

There's a wide variety of workouts available - which is great if you’re looking to mix it up. Similar to Personal Workout, this app also offers several plans tailored to your personal fitness goals.

Available on the Microsoft Store (free). 

4.  Simply Yoga 

Yoga is great to help wind down after a long day, or to simply relax and stretch your muscles.

So grab your mat, water bottle and towel, set up your laptop and give Simply Yoga a try. Regardless of your level, mood or level of energy, this app can be tailored to suit your needs.

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