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Tech Talk: 5 top apps to get your body right

Staying at home for a prolonged period of time especially during this quarantine period can be very challenging for the body. Minimized levels of physical activity can have a negative impact on someone’s health.

Quarantine can also lead to stress and mental illnesses. Physical fitness is proven to be a valuable tool during this period to keep your body on the right track.

Here are 5 apps that will keep your body in shape:

1. My Fitness Pal

This is one of the leading fitness apps in the online industry after 13 years of marketing and there is a reason behind it. The app contains a catalog of over a million different recipes, exercises, as well as health and wellness advice that one can use. It offers a food diary that will assist you to record your eating habits and increase your chances of hitting your goals. It is free with optional in-app purchases on iOS and Android.

2. Waterlogged

When it comes to maintaining body fitness hydration plays a major role. This app basically acts as a water monitor. This is how it works, you take a picture of your water vessel when you finish a glass you check in on the app. Once you do that it automatically keeps tabs on your hydration level throughout the day. It keeps track of your daily goals through graphs and notifications.  The app is free with optional in-app purchases on iOS and Android.

3.Meditation studio: Find Calm

There are many apps that offer guided meditation. The best thing about this app is that if offers guide on meditation depending on your need like stress, anxiety etc. The best thing about this app is that if offers up to 160 meditations for free.

4.Sleep Cycle

This quarantine period can be devastating as it disrupts sleeping routines causing fatigue and lowering immunity. Just as it’s named, this app measures your sleep cycle. It may wake you up 30 minutes before your alarm goes off when you are not in a deep sleep just to ease your body into waking up.

5.Strong Workout Tracker

Having an app to track your weight lifting is one of the best ways to encourage you to keep on lifting. The app helps you to track your progress by logging all your work outs and day to day routines. It also has a timer to time your work outs and a section where you can put on notes about how you feel when it comes to body fitness.

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