The 10 Best Fitness Apps of 2022

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, these apps will help you get in shape and stay healthy.

1. KipMeFit (Coming Soon)

KipMeFit is a new app that will help you get in shape, eat well, and be more health conscious. The developers of the app aim to connect health conscious individuals to professional trainers and nutritionists while creating a social fitness platform. 

The app is currently in development mode, and will be available for download on the Google Play Store soon. You can use KipMeFit to track your fitness goals as well as your general well-being.

2. Nike Run Club

Nike Run Club is a fitness app that helps you track your workouts, offers a personal trainer to help you with your workouts and has a community of other people who are working out. The app has challenges or rewards so that you can be motivated to work harder. It also connects with other devices like the Apple Watch and Fitbit so that it can monitor your heart rate during exercise, which is important for getting results from an exercise routine.

3. MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal is a calorie counter app that tracks your calories, carbs, fat, protein, and other nutrients. It’s also great for tracking exercise. MyFitnessPal can sync with other fitness apps like Fitbit so you can have all of your health-related data in one place—it’s a great solution for those who don’t want to manage multiple apps on their phones.

MyFitnessPal has a barcode scanner which makes it easy for users to input food into their diet logs by scanning the barcodes on packaging or entering descriptions manually. The app also has an extensive food database where users can search for specific items or view images of what they’re eating so they know exactly how many calories they’re consuming without a doubt (or doing research).

4. 8fit

8fit is a fitness app that offers a variety of workouts and diet plans. The app is available on both iOS and Android devices, as well as the web. The app has a 4.7 star rating on the App Store and has been downloaded over 1 million times since its launch in 2014. It’s free to download and use, but if you want access to all of their exercises, it’ll cost you $8/month or $66/year (for those who prefer annual subscriptions).

5. Fitbit Coach

Fitbit Coach is one of the best fitness apps out there, but it’s not for everyone. If you’re looking to start a workout plan and need some guidance on how to get started, this app is great. If you’re already a seasoned athlete who wants specific training plans or lessons on technique and form, Fitbit Coach isn’t right for you.

Here’s what Fitbit Coach does well: it offers video tutorials that break down exercises into easy-to-follow steps, allowing newbies to learn functional movements that are often hard to pick up just by reading text instructions. It also offers personalized workouts based on your goals (like weight loss) and fitness level, which makes it easier for anyone from beginners to experienced athletes to find the programs that work best for them.

6. Calm

Calm is a meditation app that helps you relax, sleep better, and manage stress. It does this through guided meditations that are designed for specific purposes. For example, there’s one called “Sleep Cycle” which will play relaxing sounds at night to help lull you into a deep sleep. There are also other types of meditation available such as “Stress Free” and “Focus Mode.”

The best part about Calm is that it has an incredible user experience (UX). The app is beautiful to look at with its muted colors and clean designs – something most health apps don’t offer! They also provide tons of content for free so there’s no reason not to try out this great app today!

7. Headspace

Headspace is a mental health app. It’s also a mindfulness app, and it’s a guided meditation app too. But most importantly, Headspace is all about mental fitness.

Meditation is an important part of the Headspace program, but it’s not the only one—it’s just one piece of an entire lifestyle change that will help you feel better in every aspect of your life.*

Mindfulness is more than just sitting in silence for 10 minutes every day; it’s being aware of what you’re doing at all times.*

Guided meditations are designed to lead you through different experiences while meditating (and they’re completely optional). If you want to try something new on your own terms and at your own pace, consider these options:

8. The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App for Apple and Android

The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App for Apple and Android is a great way to start a fitness routine. This app provides seven exercises that can be done at home, in the gym, or anywhere else you choose. The workouts are easy to follow and simple to use. You can customize your experience by choosing from beginner, intermediate or advanced levels of difficulty. The best part? It’s free!

9. PEAR Personal Fitness Coach for Apple and Android by PEAR Sports

It helps you get fit by monitoring your steps and calories. It’s a free app for both Apple and Android users, with a 4.6-star rating on Google Play and an 89% satisfaction rate among users.

It also has a 5-star rating from App Store users who appreciate the app’s “easy to use” interface and its helpful tips to stay motivated throughout the day (such as: “Don’t forget to breathe”).

10. Strava

While walking, jogging, and running are all good ways to stay fit, they are also activities that can be done alone. The Strava app gives you the opportunity to compete with others while you’re getting your daily dose of exercise.

Strava records your runs and lets you see how far you’ve gone and how long it took for your run. It also tracks your heart rate during workouts so that if something were to happen during a workout session (like passing out from overexertion), this information could prove critical if first responders were called in to help treat an injured runner or cyclist who had been using a Strava account before he/she began experiencing health issues on their morning jog around town (or whatever).


Fitness apps can be used for a wide variety of workouts and activities, from running to weightlifting, and even yoga and meditation. Each app provides unique features based on the type of activity you’re doing. For example, Strava has an option to sync with your music so that you don’t have to carry around your phone while working out; Fitbit allows you to create customized workouts based on what equipment or space is available in different locations (such as at home or at work).

We hope this list has inspired you to make some healthy changes in your life. If you’re looking for some extra motivation, try one of these apps!