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Health on the Go: Four Must-Have Health and Fitness iPad Apps

Thanks to the rise of mobile devices and applications, almost everything you need is now accessible in just a few clicks. From shopping to traveling and working, there’s always an app that you can use to assist you in just about everything you do. Even staying fit and healthy and keeping track of your diet is now much easier with the countless health and fitness apps available for mobile devices. For the health-conscious, you can just download these apps on your iPad to keep you fit even when you’re always on the go. Here are five health and fitness iPad apps worth downloading:

      Fitness Class
If you’re a gym rat, then the Fitness App for iPad is definitely a must have. The app features over 475 full-length workout videos, which you can access, stream, or download even without an Internet connection. The app also enables you to calculate the estimated number of calories burned per class, so you can easily monitor your progress. With the Fitness App, you can work out anytime, anywhere even without an instructor.

      My Fitness Pal
With calorie counter mobile app My Fitness Pal, keeping track of your calorie intake and fitness goals is as easy as tapping your iPad screen. The app enables you to set a daily calorie limit and monitor your food intake and exercise, so you can reach your weight loss goal more quickly and easily. Simply record or log the details of your food intake and exercise in your account to keep track of your progress.

      CALCMENU
Experience recipes from your mobile devices to your fingertips.”
The CALCMENU application, developed by EGS, integrates recipe management with mobile devices for a more streamlined recipe-sharing process. With the new CALCMENU app, users can manage, view, search, and synchronize recipes right on their iPads. The app provides flexibility and instant accessibility to users who want to manage their recipes while on the go. Aside from this, the CALCMENU iPad app also has an intuitive design and an easy-to-use interface for enhanced user experience. With this app, you can easily plan meals and check your recipe list even while grocery shopping.

Tracking calories is a cinch with this popular calorie counter iPad app. It’s similar to My Fitness Pal; you can also enter details of your meals and exercises to help you monitor the amount of calories you burn and consume. Unlike My Fitness Pal, LiveStrong Calorie Tracker isn’t free. It’s priced at $2.99 and available for download via App Store.

With these apps, there’s no more excuse for you not to stick to your diet goals and keep your health in check. Any more useful health and fitness apps you can add to this list? Sound off in the comments.



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