The M7 Motion Coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, opened up new doors for exercise apps. It's a great innovation in the space, but what about folks using any other iPhone? While they might not have access to the M7 there's still some great exercise apps out there, like this one from Puma.
It's called Pumatrac, and simply put it's a run tracking app. It's free to download, and has a couple of great features to improve your workout experience.
Runtastic already makes a bunch of really great fitness focused apps for iOS, and they're back with another; Runtastic Six Pack. The app is free to download, and is geared towards those of us looking for help exercising when we're short on time or money to hit the gym.
Exercise apps are set to go to a new level with Apple's new M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, and Strava Run is one of the first out of the gate to do so. The latest update to the app brings not only a swish looking new iOS 7 design, but also support for the M7 that promises better accuracy and better battery consumption on your runs:
8 Minute Workout for both iPhone and iPad can help you try and get into a routine of exercising everyday, even if it's just for a few minutes. Based on HICT (high intensity circuit training), all the exercises used in 8 minute workout are things that you can do without anything more than a chair nearby.
February is Fitness Month at iMore and Mobile Nations, and that means our whole community is involved -- readers, listeners, viewers, and most of all, forum members. I wrote my Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu routine up a couple of days ago, but all week you've been sharing how you use your iPhone and iPad to stay in shape, and the apps and accessories you use along with it. Sure, we sweetened the deal by putting a $100 iTunes gift card up for grabs -- and we'll do it again next week -- but you guys brought serious game.