Dec 31st, 2021 publishUpdated   Jan 4th, 2022, 8:58 am

When we think of terms like fitness, exercise, and workouts, we tend to associate them with going to the gym. It is one of the major reasons people tend to avoid exercising at all but the truth is, you do not actually need to hit the gym to be fit. There are a number of exercises and workout routines that can be performed right from the comfort of your home. And with the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic and its variants, it is one more and an important reason to work out from home.

This is why we have picked the 5 best home workout apps for you. These apps will help you reach your fitness goals and the best part is, you do not have to be an expert to perform these workouts. You also do not need to have gym equipment available at your home but if you happen to have them, they will only boost your progress.  Let’s have a look at these home workout apps one at a time.

Adidas Training

Adidas Training is a home workout app that offers you different workout routines based on your fitness goals and current activity level. They show estimated time, expertise level required, and targeted body parts so that you can choose the right one for you. Each individual exercise within a routine is accompanied by a video tutorial. It is helpful if you are just starting out. The app even offers personalized workout plans depending on goals. It also has Workout Creator which can be used for creating your own unique workout but is a paid feature.

Other features include challenges to keep you motivated, following your friends on the app, integration with other fitness apps, training statistics, and wearable companion apps.


Freeletics is an app that focuses on HIIT (high-intensity interval training) workouts to help you get fitter. During the set-up process, it lets users set preferred order of training from these options: Running, dumbbells, bodyweight, kettlebell, and barbell. The app offers 20 HIIT bodyweight workouts, 25 exercises, 20 audio sessions, and workout spots in the free version. It offers personal trainers to help you with personalized programs but that is part of the premium plan. If you are interested in mindset training, it has Mindset Coach as well.

Home Workout – No Equipment

Home Workout is an app that does not offer additional features but if workouts are the only thing you are interested in, it is worth consideration. It offers a wide range of workouts and challenges for you to choose from. The app has 3D animations to help you understand what a particular exercise is. It should be noted that it shows ads in the free version. You can upgrade to the paid plan to remove ads and unlock unlimited workout plans.

Nike Training Club

Nike Training Club has an extensive collection of workouts based on your activity level, fitness goal, and the amount of time you have at hand. It also offers personalized workout suggestions so that you can get started right away. You can also download workouts for offline usage. You can easily choose from home workouts, yoga, core & strength, and quick workouts. It further offers suggestions related to diet and nutrition. You can also hire personal trainers and wellness coaches through the app.

Sworkit Fitness

Sworkit has a bunch of workouts spread across categories like strength, cardio, yoga, and stretching. One can also browse various exercise collections or individual exercises. It offers pre-made plans (Leaner, Fitter, and Stronger) but also supports creating custom workout plans. The app claims that follows the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) guidelines to help users improve their fitness levels and to make their workouts more effective. However, the majority of the features are hidden behind a paid subscription.

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