Top Apps that Help Business Owners Stay Healthy and In Shape

Owning and running a business can be difficult enough in this day and age, especially if a lot of the responsibility of running said business falls on the business owner’s shoulders. This is especially true today, with all the competition in the market, and the uncertain economic circumstances. Add to that the responsibility of keeping fit and healthy, and you have an almost impossible task on your hands.

Apps for Fitness on the Go

Fortunately, we are living in the digital age, where everything from a healthy diet to business models, to the latest and most effective fitness plans are all available 24/7 in the form of health and fitness apps. This means that a business owner, despite juggling all manner of professional responsibility, can still take some time off from their busy day and maintain a level of health and fitness that not only improves upon their personality, but shines through on whatever they do.

Top Health and Fitness Apps for Business Owners

To that following, following is a list of health and fitness apps which business owners can use to stay healthy and in shape.


For the uninitiated professional looking for customized workout programs according to their own fitness level, this app is among the best. It features a wide range of bodyweight and plyometric movement to not only get the person fit and in shape, but functionally strong as well. The workouts are customized according to the person attempting them and in-app instruction as well as motivation is provided by the voice of Tony Gonzalez, former NFL bigwig.

2)The Johnson and Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout

The perfect app for the person who is short on time as well as equipment, this app features workout programs which need only a chair and the individuals own body. The workouts are perfectly timed at 7 minutes; however they can go up to 11 minutes once you include the warm-up and cool-down periods. This app is also good for people of all fitness levels.

3)Pear Personal Coach

This is one of the more interactive and personal health and fitness apps; which not only guides you through a simple home-based workout, but can also train you for athletic competitions. The interactivity comes in the form of actual trainer voices guiding the person throughout the workouts. This, coupled with the excellent interface, makes it one of the best health and fitness apps currently available.

4)Touchfit: GSP

If there is a sure-fire contender for the best fitness app today, this is probably it. The workouts are grouped and guided by none other than MMA legend Georges St-Pierre, who is arguably one of the fittest men in the entire sports community. This is one of the more complete workout apps, and can be used at home, in the office as well as in the gym. Whether the goal is gaining strength or just getting in shape, this app can help business owners and common folk alike get the best of the fitness world on the go.

April Salsbury, MBA is a strategist, an analyst, an operational guru, a recognized leader and C-suite global healthcare executive with drive and focus for competitive markets. Co-host of The Business Forum Show and regular contributor to various business journals, she possess multi-functional and multi-national competencies with more than 15 years experience in business and healthcare. Her expertise is in invigorating revenue growth and infusing value of lean practices in growing companies through improvements to cash flow and operations management.

Fueling revenue, growth and profit, Salsbury & Co. is a consultancy firm focused on helping businesses and healthcare organizations achieve excellency. Our specialists have executive experience combined with deep functional expertise to provide our clients with services that drive real impact and results.

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