Let’s face it, many of us could stand to lose a few pounds and get “fit”. Especially here in the US, there are a ton of people that are overweight, and apps like Fit Girls Guide are here to help. What’s great about this app is that it’s targeted at women. While men and women can typically do the same workouts – just using different weights – Fit Girls Guide is still a good one to check out.
This app has all sorts of goodies inside. There’s an interactive “28 Day Jumpstart” challenge available too. This allows you to chart your daily progress as you become fit, or as the app developers say “your daily march toward fitmazingness.” With the 28 Day Jumpstart, the app has you working out different body parts each day. Which is how it should be done anyways. Instead of just doing a full body workout each day you work out. The challenge tracker makes it easy to track what you’ve done and what still needs to be done before you complete the 28 Day Jumpstart.
Inside the app, there are a few different workouts which you can do to help you get fit. Whether you want to lose some weight or add some muscle, these will definitely help you out. There are beginner, intermediate and advanced workouts that can be done at home in under 30 minutes. Making it a pretty easy way to get your workout in, super important, because the most common excuse for not working out is “I don’t have time”.
One thing that most people have trouble with is cooking “healthy” foods. Those that are low-calorie but still packed with tons of protein. Luckily the Fit Girls Guide has all sorts of “healthy recipes” included so you can stay on your diet. As many fitness experts will tell you, you cannot out train a bad diet. So the food you are eating is also important in getting the end results you want. There are loads of recipes in there, that will definitely be great to try.
The app is available on Android and iOS (as you can tell from the screenshots below). It’s a free app without any in-app purchases. That’s a win/win for everyone. Fit Girls Guide supports Android 4.1 and higher, and already has around 100,000 downloads with over 200 five-star reviews, and having an average of a 4.3-star rating. Definitely an app worth checking out.