Sasee Gets Healthy on the Go – Apps for Diet and Fitness!

By Leslie Moore

Going to the Barre studio, gym or yoga studio is more than good for you – it is FUN and so educational.

But, for the time in between classes, fitness apps are a good choice. There are also apps that help you eat healthier without spending hours each week on meal planning. Sasee staff share a few of their favorites and why they like them!



Yoga Studio – $3.99  Available on Google Play or iTunes

Great for beginners or experts • 24 hours of ready-made HD classes • Developed by a qualified instructor

Sasee editor, Leslie says, “This app doesn’t replace my regular classes, but it’s great for the days I can’t get to the studio. I love that it has different difficulty levels and classes of different lengths.”



Fitbit – $50 and up for Fitbit bracelet or clip models, app for mobile phone free with purchase

Available locally and online • Syncs to phone • Tracks all daily activity • Heart rate monitor • Sleep monitor

Sasee account executive, Erica, is never without her Fitbit. “My Fitbit model clips to my belt. The bracelet doesn’t always match what I’m wearing!” She went on to say that she and her friends have competitions to see who can get the most activity in during the week. “This one really pushes me.”



MyFitnessPal – Free, but offers paid upgrades  Available on Google Play or iTunes

Calorie counter app • Access to calorie counts for over 5 million foods • Web and mobile apps sync automatically

Erica likes that this app will sync to her Fit Bit, helping her track calorie intake and activity. “You can track nutrients as well if you want to really watch what you eat.”



Map My Walk – Free, but offers paid MVP upgrades  Available on Google Play or iTunes

Uses GPS on your phone to track walks • Web tracker syncs with phone app • Find walks all over the United States Available for runners, hikers, cyclists and for general fitness

Sasee art director, Patrick, uses this app for his daily walks with his Rottweiler, Titan. “It’s easy – I just turn it on and go. Once a week it emails me a log of miles walked.”



Mealime – Free, but offers paid upgrades

Healthy personalized meal planning for busy people • A variety of meal plans for different diets

Recipes • Grocery lists

Healthy eating matters, but sometimes a busy life gets in the way. Sasee photographer and graphic artist, Aubrey, uses this app regularly and really loves the ease of planning meals and shopping. “You can pick a vegetarian diet, paleo diet, whatever your preference, and the app gives you recipes that make enough for two, plus a grocery list!”



About this writer

  • Leslie Moore Leslie Moore is the editor for Strand Media Group. A 25 year resident of Pawleys Island, she is blessed with a life filled with the love of family and friends and satisfying work to do every day.

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