6 of the Best Weightlifting Apps for 2021

The last 12 months has marked an explosion in popularity of digital fitness. Today, there are fitness apps covering the entire spectrum. From running, to yoga, to strength training and everything in between, there is truly something for everyone. Here are six of the best weightlifting apps for 2021.


1. Fitbod

Fitbod’s unique training algorithm enables fitness enthusiasts to build personalized workouts targeted to their individual needs. Featured by The New York Times, Forbes, Huffpost, TechCrunch, TIME Magazine, and NBC News, Fitbod analyzes users’ past workouts and strength-training ability. From there, it creates routines according to the gym equipment users have available to them.

2. StrongLifts

StrongLifts is a strength training program that consists of two workouts. Workout A comprises squats, bench presses, and barbell rows, while workout B incorporates a combination of squats, overhead presses, and deadlifts.

3. Fitness Point

Fitness point is an intuitive app that enables fitness enthusiasts to track their progress at the gym. Users can browse preinstalled exercises, following animated demonstrations and easy-to-understand descriptions. Fitness Point can be used to create workouts. Users can choose from exercises to target a particular muscle group as well as enter target sets and reps for every exercise.

4. Jefit

Jefit provides the ability to manage and track workouts all in one place. Available via Google Play and the App Store, Jefit hosts an active workout community. It keeps 8.8 million members connected, enabling them to share tips, support, and valuable feedback to help them reach their fitness goals.

5. Strong

The Strong app is ideal for those with established goals in terms of the numbers of sets and reps they wish to achieve in each workout. It saves data from previous workouts. That way, members can look back across their progress and be motivated by how close they are to beating their personal bests.

6. BodySpace

A fusion between digital fitness and a social media site, BodySpace enables members to track their exercises and connect with an extensive network of like-minded individuals interested in fitness. Available for download on both IOS and Android, BodySpace allows members to plan workout sessions. The app offers numerous template workout plans created by professional trainers, as well as a wealth of written tips and instructional videos.

Douglas Healy is a Springfield, Missouri-based attorney with nearly 20 years of legal experience.

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