Roundup: Couch to 10K, Digipill, POPSUGAR Active, BodySpace, Waterlogged

1. Couch to 10K

couch-to-10kWith 10K Trainer you will be transformed from a couch potato into a 10K runner in no time. This fitness app is highly recommended by doctors, and one of the easiest ways to go from beginner to runner. The app consists of a 14 week program that builds strength and stamina as it sends you on your way to the finish line. This app is featured on Glamour Magazine, Yahoo!’s Appolicious, Popsugar Fitness, Apple’s “What’s Hot”, Apple’s “New & Noteworthy”, CBS News, Fox News, Macworld and many more!

2. Digipill

Digipill is the #1 Health & Fitness App around the World. Each pill is a guided digipillmeditation voiced by Brian Colbert, a leading expert in NLP, and psychoacoustic director of Digipill. Digipill is much more than just a sleep management app, it will help you to lose weight, boost your motivation, lower your stress levels, increase confidence, explore your mind, improve creativity, and much more. Use this app if you want to change your mood, perception, or even your behavior.

3. POPSUGAR Active


POPSUGAR Active is an enjoyable way to go about your fitness lifestyle. This sweet little app is filled with video workouts, challenges, photo tutorials, and even treadmill workouts. With POPSUGAR Active you can forget about the inconvenient trip to the gym and workout from your cozy little home.



4. BodySpace

bodyspaceBodySpace is an amazing top fitness app that has combined the best personal trainer with the largest fitness community in the world. BodySpace has put together a huge collection of innovative workouts, trackers, fresh content, and a long list of social features that will help you on your quest to making the big fitness transformation.


5. Waterlogged
Ever wonder if you are drinking enough water? With Waterlogged you will have access to charts and reminders to keep you going. By taking photos of your water cup you can easily track and record your water intake. This app has been featured by Dr. Oz, Apple and Lifehacker, and used by well over a million people around the world.