10 Of The Best Fitness Apps To Download With Free Trials

10 Of The Best Fitness Apps To Download With Free Trials

Finding the motivation to work out is already challenging even when we aren’t living through a global pandemic. Gyms and fitness studios are closed but there are SO many fitness apps out there that you can try out thanks to a wonderful thing called free trials. Whether you’re into pilates, HIIT workouts, yoga, and everything in between, there’s an app for it out there.

Melissa Wood Health

$13.49/month after a free 7-day trial

Melissa Wood-Tepperberg is the force behind Melissa Wood Health. The mom and digital entrepreneur is certified in yoga and pilates but she believes that fitness is so much more than just moving your body. When you download the Melissa Wood Health app, you’ll immediately see how many different workouts there are from arms and abs to meditations and full-body flows. It’s all about finding a practice that feels right for you and can help you on your journey to live your life with ease and find true inner peace.

The Sculpt Society

$26.49/month after 14-day free trial

Megan Roup is an NYC-based fitness influencer and founder of The Sculpt Society. Megan is known for her dance routines that work every muscle in your body for a workout unlike any other. Download The Sculpt Society app for a whole bunch of great workouts and for a 14-day free trial.

Tracy Anderson Method

$90/month after 14-day free trial

Wondering who is responsible for getting A-list stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham whipped into shape? Tracy Anderson is highly revered for her Method which is all about dance cardio. You can try out the Tracy Anderson app through its 14-day free trial.


$12.99/month after 30-day free trial

Even if you don’t have your very own Peleton bike (one can dream!), you can still download the app and get in a great sweat sesh. The app features thousands of on-demand classes for you to choose from like strength training, running, meditation, and much more.


sweat app

$19.99/month after 7-day free trial

If you’re looking to join the largest fitness community of women worldwide, then the Sweat app is for you. Train anywhere, anytime with trainers Kayla Itsines and other world-class female trainers with programs for lifting, post-pregnancy, yoga, body weight, and many more.

Daily Yoga

$5.99/month USD after 7-day free trial

Get some zen by getting in some yoga thanks to Daily Yoga. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned pro, this app has everything you need to get into a good flow. With over 500 guided practices to enjoy, you’ll see the immense health benefits for both body and mind.

Tone It Up

tone it up

$14.99 after 7-day free trial

In addition to the HIIT workouts, yoga, kickboxing, strength, and barre classes available, Tone It Up also offers much more. Think progress tracking, workout reminders, nutrition plans, and programs that will whip you into shape before you know it.

Daily Burn

$26.45/month after 30-day free trial

Whether you have 5 minutes or 60, you can get some form of movement in when you download Daily Burn. The app has over 2000 workouts and counting, plus there are daily group practices if you’re missing group fitness.

The Class by Taryn Toomey

the class

$52.99/month after 14-day free trial

The Class is a transformative workout that was created by Taryn Toomey. It features simple and repetitive movements that are yes, challenging but once you see the results, you’ll understand. Now you can work out wherever you are as classes are live-streamed 7 days a week or stream from the app.

Pilates Anytime

$23.49/month after 7-day trial

Love pilates? Same here. Enjoy 3,400 high quality, fun and effective pilates workouts that are all available at the tap of a finger when you download the Pilates Anytime app.

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