Get your wellness goals on track with these apps

Get your wellness goals on track with these apps

Man with phone sitting after doing some exercise

Have your fitness inspiration at your fingertips (Image: Getty)

With Quitters Day ominously approaching, try these apps to get your New Year’s resolution enthusiasm back on track.

You can have Joe Wicks, Davina McCall or a host of other famous fitness trainers on hand as you focus on January 13th.

The following apps offer on-demand fitness classes and workouts, nutrition and progress trackers, and advice from industry experts to help you reach your wellness goals.

And even better – they’re all pretty affordable, so everyone can get fitter in 2023.

The body coach

Joe Wicks

Joe Wicks offers real-time workouts based on your fitness level (Image: Companion)

The nation’s favorite personal trainer, Joe Wicks offers real-time workouts based on your fitness level. There’s everything from HIIT and resistance training to yoga and barre, all of which can be done at home, and each month you’ll unlock a new cycle to help you progress. There are also tasty recipes in a personal meal plan.

£14.99 per month,


Whether you’re interested in HIIT, strength, stretching, pilates or breathwork, Fiit offers 1000+ on-demand classes for all fitness levels. Choose from 10-60 minute sessions with renowned trainers including Gede Foster, Adrienne Herbert and Cat Meffan. There is also the option of connecting to your TV, or a rowing machine, treadmill or air bike for classes.

£19.99 per month,

Own your goals

Davina McCall

Davina McCall’s app has 16 pros offering more than 1,000 workouts (Image: Companion)

If you want a body like Davina McCall, download her app. The TV presenter has thrown herself into fitness, and her app is a hub of 16 fitness experts offering 1,000+ workouts (live and on-demand), ranging from boxing to dance. There are also challenges, recipes and articles about well-being, such as how to get started with meditation.

£9.99 per month,

Les Mills

Created by a team of physio experts, fitness trainers and musicians, it features 1,500 live and on-demand workouts across 13 disciplines, including resistance training, martial arts, yoga and HIIT. There are also challenges, training plans and wellness content covering nutrition, mindfulness and breath work.

Four week free trial, then £4.99 per month,

Give me strength

Alice Living

Alice Liveing’s app is designed for women (Image: Included)

Personal trainer and fitness influencer Alice Liveing ​​is the PT in your pocket with this app. Designed to help women get stronger, it’s suitable for all fitness levels and can be used in the gym or at home. Five new workouts are released every week, and there are also food and progress trackers, and articles from industry experts.

Free seven-day trial; Membership from £16.99 per month,

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