Normal working life can frequently get in the way of an athlete’s training regime and doing workouts at home can be a handy alternative if you can’t get to the gym.
The good news is it’s never been easier to get a sweat on in your living room with a host of daily workout apps available in 2020.
Here, Built for Athletes has compiled a list of the best around.
Nike Training Club
Free on iOS and Android, this app offers over 100 guided workouts curated by personal trainers. You can input the amount of time you have and your goals to get personalised sessions. As well as giving recommendations for what to do each day, the app lets you choose from a host of workout types if you don’t like what it serves up.
This app offers free and accessible bodyweight workouts that focus on building core strength. It’s not for you if you’re looking to use equipment or lift weights, but the free fitness test at the start of the programme is helpful in putting together sessions tailored for your ability.
If you’re looking for yoga or to improve mobility, Daily Yoga lets you take various courses to help develop your skills. With different schedules depending on your aims and ability level, the courses run for around one to two weeks and the target of completing them gives you a strong incentive to keep coming back for more.
Abs & Core Sworkit
Abs are often the target of workouts at home as you can conveniently exercise with limited equipment. The Abs & Core Sworkit app allows you to choose a workout for any amount of time between five minutes and an hour, so it’s a great one to have handy so you can flexibly fit exercise around other things.
Boasting a large library of on-demand audio-led workouts, Aaptiv is useful if you know you are prone to getting bored working out in a room on your own. It gives you the choice of a number of sessions put together by certified trainers while it also lets you listen to music playlists if you want to dictate your own training.