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4 Personal Trainer Apps That Make Working Out at Home a Breeze

Mom working out

Just lace up your workout shoes and fire up the app and you're good to go.

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When every single second of your day counts, skipping the gym in favor of a customized at-home workout could be a smart strategy. But how effective are these apps? Real working moms give them a spin.

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1. Keelo

Cost: A personalized workout plan is $89.99 per year, $29.99 for three months or $11.99 a month.

Using the HIIT (high-intensity interval training) method, Keelo allows you to choose workouts for every day of the week. Through prerecorded videos, certified trainers show how to do

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