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The best four fitness apps to help you achieve your goals in 2019

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By Monique McKenzie
There are currently more than 250,000 health apps out there focusing on wellness, diet and exercise.
If you're keen to create a personalised fitness plan, you'll want an app to focus on your workouts, track successes, and plan goals. With so many options out there, we've narrowed the list down to some of our personal favourites.
Your phone is usually always on you, so let it be your personal trainer! Take your health regimen into the digital age. there are apps that will help keep you on top of your fitness and food goals – and even your yoga practice.

1. Yoga Wake Up

Even if you're not a morning workout person, this app might sway you.
What you do is set a time when you normally get up and the app will play a track that guides you through a short yoga sequence or meditation. The yoga flows are slow and gentle, but will set you up for the rest of the day. Examples are 'Spirit Wake Up', 'Live Wake Up' and 'Wake Up Little Yogi'.
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2. Daily Burn Trainer Workouts

This app is known for its popular workouts, provided by expert trainers as well as its loyal community.
With Daily Burn, you get access to thousands of workouts – lasting 10 minutes to an hour – from 20 different programmes, including HIIT, yoga and postnatal exercises.

3. AAPTIV

Popular NYC-based audio fitness app Aaptiv has just launched in Australia.
There's currently more than 2500 audio classes including running, strength training, yoga, indoor cycling and meditation, and members are able to access new content regularly, with 40 new classes added every week.
Since launching in 2016, Aaptiv has taken the US by storm and garnered more than 200,000 members – and counting.
Take your health regimen into the digital age. (Image: Getty Images)

4. Keep It Cleaner

As well as featuring a meal planner and hundreds of recipes, Keep it Cleaner offers a 12-week training program, run tracker, playlists and interval timer with a focus on helping you get fit and strong, no matter your fitness level.
You'll get sweaty with HIIT, boxing, strength, yoga and Pilates sessions. There are hundreds of 20-minute workouts, but also warm-ups and cool downs to help your body recover.

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