We know you're missing your gymming or running routine badly. And sometimes, working out while bearing the lockdown, can be challenging, especially when there are so many distractions at home (for example, your bed) But the right kind of music plays an important role in helping you get into the groove. So if you hate the idea of hearing the sound of your own breath while working out, worry not. Because we've found you these awesome apps that’ll let you zone out from all the noise in your house.
Tune In, Zone Out: Apps To Download For The Perfect Home Workout
Rock My Run
Rock My Run has curated playlists from professional DJs like David Guetta, Major Lazer and Zedd, who have put together music according to the BPM, genre and the kind of activity you’re doing at the time. You can also track your workout and yes, the app is compatible with watches (apple and android). Each and every playlist in the app is specially selected and seamlessly blended together, delivering a unique work out experience.
Called a ‘Pandora meets Fitbit’ online, Spring Moves is awesome because it matches the music to your rhythm. Prefer to jog slow or rage while running? They'll tailor a personalised playlist as per taste and rhythm and help you reach your fitness goal.
Do you spend more time looking for a good song than you do focusing on your workout? FIT Radio is your solution.
Declaring themselves as ‘World’s No 1 workout music app’ FIT Radio has everything in one place. From a curated playlist and over 10K mixes to your workout map, it’ll all be there on your screen. Also, when you sign up, you can sample up to 3 hours of premium, on them.
Runtastic tracks your workout, speed, pace and has an awesome added feature called ‘Running Story’, which has a combination of music and an audio book. Once you put on your headphones, you’ll hear a story that’s designed to get you motivated, and it is streamlined to music that will get you going. With every story lasting 35 minutes, it downloads directly to your device so you can listen without streaming.
This app does not have ads. We repeat- NO ADs. You have playlists sorted out according to the kind of workout you’re doing and you can even share your progress with your fellow listeners.
With a song database of a whopping 35 million songs and 2.8 million artists, this app even lets you use the songs you've saved in your iTunes library so that you have complete control over your playlists. The app also modifies your BPM - speeds up and slows down - to match your running pace. It's simple to set up the app. Tell the app something about yourself. Are you using it for walking, running or cycling? Are you running slow, moderate or fast? And, they'll curate a perfect playlist which best suits your need.
There's also Spotify premium with different kinds of workout playlists for you that you can download and keep for a smoother experience.