Do Sports Mobile Apps Really Work?

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Do Sports Mobile Apps Really Work?

Technology today has influenced many people; life became so comfortable now when the internet and the technology boomed. Since accessing the internet today is as easy as buying an ice cream in the sidewalks, people and kids today, prefer to stay at home and play online games or spend their time on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, rather than playing outside and have fun. This is one of the major reasons why obesity is increasing rapidly.

In the old days, when you are overweight or suffering from obesity, and you want to get thin, you enrol yourself in a gym, get a fitness coach and program to help you slim down the proper way. But because of technology today, fitness coach are replaced with virtual fitness coach apps like the Adidas Micoach app which will help guide you in your daily exercise routines that will help you slim down.

For example, the Adidas Micoach app is a running app that is free for Android, iPhone and Blackberry phones and will measure your time, distance, calories burned through GPS on your phone. What is neat about this application is that the voice coach that you will hear about this app is either Reggie Bush view from Detroit Lions or Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls.

However, many sceptics are asking if this app actually works and why people prefer using this running app rather than getting a real fitness coach and help guide you.

There are two simple answers why people today prefer to use mobile apps as their fitness coach than a real person:

Mobile Apps Are More Accessible

If you want to work out and run at 10 o’clock in the evening, you simply have to turn on your phone’s GPS and do your laps and watch your phone count the calories that you burned while running. With a real person, telling him that you need his services when you jog at 10 pm will be very awkward and might cause you more money since you will be paying that person on the clock.

It Is Cheaper And Will Not Scold You If You Cannot Finish Your Running Laps

Having a real coach can be annoying sometimes since they tend to push you too hard to achieve your goals. If you are not the competitive type of person, you will easily be discouraged by their remarks. Using a Mobile app that can help you will not pressure you to like what a real fitness coach does, and it will show you results of your workout, and how many miles or laps you lack and you need to complete.

Mobile apps will work correctly if your phone’s GPS and internet connection is very fast. However, if you are in a country where your internet connection is not that fast, then expect the result that would be given in your app will not be that accurate.

Using sports mobile apps will greatly benefit by achieving your body fitness or workout goals without spending money and time in the gym. Whether you are at home, in the office, at school, or away on vacation, you can always do your regular exercises at any time and whenever you feel like doing it.

By |February 21st, 2017|Technology|0 Comments

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