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Losing weight has been a struggle for me—it’s something I’ve never been able to do on my own. I’ve put on weight in the past few years, and while I know I am in decent shape, I just haven’t reached my goal.

Weight loss applications have become a rage and are here to stay. There are so many options for weight loss, and most of them claim to offer the simplest, most efficient, and most affordable weight loss programs on the market. The apps may promise quick and affordable weight loss, but which can promise you more than twenty pounds of weight loss in two months? Which app can promise you that you will love yourself and not like yourself by the end of your weight loss program?

The reason I started this journey was to lose weight because being overweight can be extremely stressful, and I did not want to continue carrying around an extra 20 pounds. Plus, I was unhappy with the way I looked in the mirror, and I was not comfortable in my own skin. But I also did not want to do it the old-fashioned way. I wanted a fitness app that would track my progress, but, at the same time, I wanted to lose weight in a healthy way. So, I decided to give several popular fitness apps a try.

RunKeeper

When I finally decided to do something about my weight, the first thing I did was log everything I ate. My first diet app was RunKeeper. Running is a violent workout for me, so the minimum suggested 1-mile run was out of the question. So, I just ran around the track in my apartment. Eventually, I worked up the courage to run outside. With a 10-minute warmup, 10-minute cooldown, and 20-minute workout, I was exhausted at the end. But I still lost 2 pounds that week.

Runkeeper tracks distance and time and (through its companion website) keeps track of calories burned, gait, elevation, pace, and more. It also offers a social network that allows me to compete with friends to see who is faster and can run longer. This app has guided me through my runs since it’s easy to use and tracks your pace, distance, and calories burned. Plus, you can connect with other runners and track their progress.

I was no longer living my dreams, and my life was falling apart. Even worse, I was losing hope. I had lost 20 pounds from my diet, but gaining it back was nearly impossible. My upcoming wedding was looming, and I was frustrated at not being able to fit into my dress. I had tried every diet imaginable, but still, the scales were moving in the wrong direction.

Fitness apps have become increasingly popular in recent years. A few years ago, most fitness trackers and apps offered basic options for tracking step counts and calories burned. However, new apps and devices are constantly coming out, promising to help users track their heart rate, sleep patterns, calories burned, and even their moods. Fitness apps and trackers have become so popular that many people are losing sight of the fact that these apps and devices should be a tool to help guide and support people in achieving their fitness goals, not a goal in and of themselves.

Losing weight and maintaining a weight loss is one of the toughest challenges people face today. The struggle is real when you compare yourself to anyone and everyone around you. You hate yourself for loving ice cream. You hate yourself for loving chips. You hate yourself because you can’t seem to find a way to keep off the weight you’ve lost.

Fitbit

My Fitbit, a Fitbit Charge HR, is a simple activity tracker. I use it to count my steps, track my heart rate and sleep, and set goals. Clear, concise, and to the point, that’s all it’s for. But that’s plenty for me.

MyNetDiary

Weight loss and fitness are tough goals to achieve. One needs motivation, discipline, and consistency. The key to success is if you follow a healthy diet and exercise plan. So, you need the right apps to help you lose weight. A fitness app such as MyNetDiary helps you track your progress, achieve and maintain your weight loss goals, and track your diet. MyNetDiary is the ideal fitness app for anyone with a weight problem.

Noom

It is one of the most well-known fitness apps in the world. But can it help you achieve your weight loss goals? We reviewed the app and polled 100 other users who have lost over 100 pounds. Here’s what we found out.

Many apps and devices exist to help you track your fitness progress, but which apps do you turn to? Here are some of my favorite fitness apps, including the RunKeeper. Some of which I used to lose weight and others to help me maintain my weight loss.

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