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When you work full-time, have children and are always on the move, sometimes it's hard to keep track your nutrition, training and supplement programs. That's what's great about apps. Access to what you need when you need it. If you're looking for an app that can help you keep track of your fitness goals, the Lose It app may be a great place to start.

With a user friendly interface, the Lose It app lets you swipe your way through tracking your daily and long term goals. Creating a profile is easy, quick and best of all... free! As you go through your day and enter what you've eaten, your workouts and daily activities, you'll be able to see how many calories you've burned and consumed. This is convenient especially if you're beginning as you will be able to have a visual of where your eating habits are. . Additionally you can enter your weight daily to watch your progress. If you need support, there is an online community for motivation, success stories and tips. There is a premium service available as which allows you to customize a meal plan and more.

If you're an on-the-go type, apps are an easy way for you to stay connected to things you need conveniently on your mobile phone. Tracking your daily routine can be difficult with your old school pen and paper. The Lose It app is a great way to set your goals, track your nutrition and visualize your progress. Definitely worth a try.



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