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Five Workout Apps to Jump-Start the New Year

Get fit in 2022 from the comfort of your home.

The new year is here! And for those of us who have decided to get fit in 2022, it’s time to make a plan. Unfortunately, it may be safer to stay home these days than to hit the gym or take a group workout class. Luckily, plenty of incredible fitness apps can sculpt and tone your body and get your heart pumping. Best of all, it can all be done without visiting a workout studio. Oh, and did we mention these are all celeb-approved plans? Yup, here are the five best apps to jump-start that new year’s get-fit resolution.

The Best by Jasmine Sanders

The SI Swimsuit cover model has partnered with fellow SI Swim model Katrina Scott to launch a four-week total body fitness program on the Tone it Up app. You simply follow the prescribed 20-40 minutes a day of exercise to see results in just a month. Plus, you’ll get weekly meditations and self-care suggestions. Sanders promises that these workouts got her in the best shape of her life. The app costs $99.99 yearly, $37.99 quarterly and $14.99 monthly.

Images courtesy of Tone It Up.

Images courtesy of Tone It Up.

Andorfins by Andi Dorfman

The Bachelorette has gone from reality star to fitness guru focusing on running. After years of taking Instagram followers along on her runs, the 34-year-old decided to create an app called Andorfins that features training plans, challenges, and recovery and nutrition advice. No matter your ability level, Dorfman promises you can run. After all, the TV personality went from doing light jogs to finishing the New York City Marathon. Get moving for $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year after a seven-day free trial.

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Supermodel Adriana Lima and former baseball player A-Rod swear by the Miami-based workout 54D that meets six days a week for nine weeks (54 days, hence 54D). While that program costs $3,900, founder Rodrigo Garduño has created an online version called “54D ON.” You get the same program and hands-on support from trainers, but it’s only $385 for the nine weeks. Plus, you can do it from anywhere in the world.

Images courtesy of 54D.

Images courtesy of 54D.

Tracy Anderson Online Studio

Everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Olivia Palermo has raved about trainer Tracy Anderson’s workout philosophy. But now that the celeb-approved method is available via an app, you don’t need to live near one of her studios or on-demand classes with 180 virtual live ones each week. Either choice guarantees you access to new weekly classes for all levels. For the online studio, it’s $90 a month while access to the live classes is $130 a month.

The Agdal Method

Another SI Swimsuit cover model wants to share her fitness secrets with you! Nina Agdal—veteran of six SI Swimsuit issues including the 2014 edition where she appeared on the cover with Chrissy Teigen and Lily Aldridge—is now sharing her tips for getting in shape with her app dubbed the Agdal Method. You get access to yoga, strength training, HIIT, nutrition guides and more from the comfort of home. There are over 15,000 workouts (over 200 trainers post daily) and 100 nutrition guides to choose from, so you can find the perfect mix that works for you. Join the community for just $1 for the first month. After that, you'll pay $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year. 

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