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When you have eight hundred things to tackle on your to-do list, sometimes going to the gym can seem like an impossible time-sucking venture. So why not time-manage like a true citizen of the modern world and app your way into fitness? In the era of the smartphone all excuses are useless. These days with just one swipe or click, we can instantly and easily access a personal trainer, a nutritionist and a heart rate monitor—practically every tool we need to get a basic fitness regimen into gear. Instead of texting, browsing, e-mailing and Facebook lurking, start using your phone as your go-to Fitness tool. According to recent research by the American Heart Association, overweight individuals who used electronic tracking devices did better at staying on their diets and exercise routines than those who didn’t. This clearly tells us that dynamic, integrative high-tech fitness is this decade’s step aerobics class. And when we say fitness, we don’t just mean exercise. We mean physical, mental and nutritional fitness, which is why our hit list covers each of those bases.