The 10 Best Workout Apps You Need To Get Fit in 2022

Updated on March 16, 2022
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Home workout apps have exploded in popularity since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Even lifelong gym customers have taken their workouts home because the convenience is unmatched, and there are more options than ever for effective at-home workout programs and apps. 

Whether you like to lift weights, take a barre class, or do yoga, you can have a home workout program. 

To find the best home workout app that will help you get in shape from the comfort of your own home, check out this list of the ten best workout apps on the market today. 

1. Peloton

You can’t mention home workout apps without mentioning Peloton. The household name in home cycling workouts has pivoted to become the go-to for home fitness lovers looking for a great workout on a budget. 

The standalone Peloton app costs just $12.99 per month and offers a wide range of workouts, including their famous live workouts with celebrity trainers and on-demand content as well. There is everything from weightlifting programs to HIIT-style boot camp workouts, so there’s truly something for everyone. 

One of the best things about the Peloton app is the community aspect. You can compete virtually with friends in fitness challenges and do some of your favorite workouts together. In addition, you can try out the Peloton app for free for two months to make sure you like it before you commit to a paid membership. 

2. Sweat

The Sweat app was created by the famous Australian person, trainer Kayla Itsines, who is the face behind the Bikini Body Guide and so much more. Since 2020, the Sweat app has expanded to include several other incredible fitness trainers’ content. 

Regarding the price, the Sweat app costs $19.99 per month, and with it comes full access to eight detailed fitness programs, online membership communities, and optional meal plans. Most of the programs are focused on women’s weight loss and fat loss, but anyone can do these workouts.

Whether you want to do weight training, HIIT, powerlifting, or work on your flexibility and mobility, there is a program for everyone. There are even pregnancy and postpartum programs for new moms!

3. Alo Moves

If you’re a yogi looking to take your practice to your living room instead of the yoga studio, look no further than the Alo Moves app. Alo Moves was created by the makers of the famous athleisurewear line, Alo Yoga, to help you bring boutique yoga quality to the comfort of your home.

Alo Moves is running a special for new subscribers to get 50% off their first year, which brings the usual price tag of $199 for 12 months down to just $99. At under $10 per month, it’s a great tool to have in your home workout arsenal. They also offer a 14-day free trial if you are unsure if it’s your thing. 

Before you worry that you’d get bored doing all yoga all the time, it’s important to note that Alo Moves offers more than just an opportunity to get your sun salutations in. They have a range of workouts in addition to yoga, like barre, HIIT training, stretching, and even structured courses to help you relieve sore muscles.

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4. Beachbody On Demand

Beachbody has been around for a long time, and its fitness platform continues to improve. They have come a long way from the infomercials and workout DVDs that made them famous. However, you can still access those iconic workouts like P90X and 21 Day Fix on the app, as well as so much more.

The app is available for $99 per year and includes thousands of workouts created by celebrity trainers to help you meet your goals. Everything from dance fitness to strength training and everything in between. 

Beachbody has a lot of programs that are easy for beginners and more challenging for advanced workouts to keep you motivated all year long.

5. Fabletics FIT

Not just a resource for your favorite workout attire, Fabletics has recently jumped on the fitness app bandwagon with Fabletics FIT. It started as a perk for subscription members only but is now available to everyone. 

Fabletics FIT is included for free in all Fabletics subscriptions, so if you already subscribe to their cult-favorite athleticwear subscription, you’re all set to start working out! However, if you don’t want to join their subscription program, you can purchase the Fabletics FIT membership separately for only $14.99 per month. 

This app has a wide range of programs, including workouts and even guided meditations, so that you can work on your mental health along with your physical health. 

6. FitOn

If you need fitness in your life but can’t fit it into your budget, FitOn is the app for you. FitOn is entirely free! A pro version is available for purchase that includes additional features like meal plans, recipes, music playlists, and other app integrations. Still, all the workout programs are always free on the FitOn app.

FitOn offers a great variety when it comes to workouts, including many classes you can do that require no equipment and even workouts you can do with your kids. The Sports Edit has a detailed review over at their blog.

7. P.volve

Calling all low-impact fitness lovers, meet P.volve. P.volve workouts became famous with the workout crowds in LA and NYC, where they have physical locations to get your sweat and sculpt on, but they’ve brought all the goods of those classes to the P.volve app. 

P.volve is priced competitively at $19.99 per month. By contrast, a membership at a P.volve studio is $180 per month, so you are saving quite a bit and getting the same high-quality instruction by using the app. In addition, they offer a 2-week free trial and bundle discounts if you purchase 3, 6, or 12-month memberships all at once. 

The best thing about P.volve is that it requires very little equipment, and you can create a customized workout program that fits your exact fitness goals. In addition, they offer a free consultation with one of their specialists when you join so that you can get started on the right foot. 

8. Openfit

Openfit is the home to over 350 live and on-demand workout classes that will help you hit your goals this year. If you like having the flexibility to try out various workout programs on a budget, this is a great app to consider. You can try several different programs, from weight training to cardio to yoga from home. 

The program offers a free trial for all new members, but even their paid membership has options as low as $8 per month. Depending on how long you commit, there is a tiered monthly payment option, but all pricing tiers are very affordable, considering the content you get for the price. 

In a world where most online fitness platforms are a minimum of $20 per month, Openfit fills the gap for an inexpensive program that gives you the variety and options of the more expensive paid programs. It is an excellent option if you are a newbie to the fitness scene and don’t want to spend a fortune on an app subscription

9. Strava

If cycling or running is your jam, Strava is an app you’re sure to love. It helps you track your workouts, connect, and compete with workout buddies, and monitor your vitals while you work out. There’s a reason why it has become a favorite of hobbyists and competitive runners and cyclists alike. 

Although it doesn’t offer workouts like a traditional fitness app, it is a great way to take your running and cycling workouts up a notch. In addition, the social networking feature is a member-favorite because it allows you to stay in touch with your running or cycling buddies even if you can’t work out together in person. 

Strava has a free version and a paid version for only $8 per month. The free version lets you use the main features, like the workout recording feature and social networking. The paid subscription gives you additional features like route planning, goal setting, a training log, and other advanced metrics. Both are great options depending on your goals and are essential for your workouts. 

10. Nike Training Club 

Nike is a fitness powerhouse that has been a household name for years, so it’s only natural that their workout app would be just as popular as their iconic sneakers and clothing. The Nike Training Club app is a great workout app because it is easy to use and offers plenty of variety.  

While it previously cost $14.99 per month to access the world-class online workouts on Nike Training Club, they decided to make it completely free at the start of the pandemic and are committed to keeping it free. This is terrific news for fitness lovers on a budget.  

Another perk of the Nike Training Club app is that it integrates directly with your Apple watch to help you track your workouts. It also offers everything from yoga to cross-training workouts. It includes video demonstrations to help you prevent injury, so it is excellent for everyone, from novice exercisers to advanced fitness gurus.  

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