Starting your new year’s fitness plan might not be hard, but carrying that motivation with you throughout the year sure is. With so many distractions and day-to-day responsibilities, working out slowly becomes less of a priority.

Luckily, we live in an age where there are a number of apps that make exercise easy, accessible, and fun (yes, fun). So here are five fitness apps to keep you working out all year long.

With FFFTV, you’ll have access to a curated library of fitness and cooking videos from the world’s fitness elite and celebrity chefs. The streaming platform is now available as a new video app for Apple TV and Amazon Fire, so whether you break a sweat with Olympic gold medalist Jordyn Wieber or master healthy recipes by Silvia Baldini, you’ll never run out of options to stay on top of your health goals.

Brooke Burke Body
Work out with fitness icon Brooke Burke-Charvet on her interactive app, which invites you into the guru’s private home on the California coast. The large library of original content features tons of videos for anyone to watch — anytime, anywhere. Trust us, the app will help you get into the best shape yet.

This versatile workout app offers more than 200 exercises that will motivate you to start your exercise regime in 2018. Short for “Simply Work It,” Sworkit offers exercise videos from personal trainers and focuses on the ability to customize your routine. You’ll never have an excuse to skip a workout again!

The Johnson & Johnson Official 7-Minute Workout
Perfect for travelers or anyone short on time, the J&J Official 7-Minute Workout app helps you make every minute of the new year count. The app has short exercises for every fitness level — and the best part? It’s available on Androids, iPhones, and now Apple Watches so you can work out whenever, and wherever you are.

Charity Miles
Get moving in the new year with Charity Miles, an app that allows you to earn money for charity when you run, bike, or walk. With 30 charities to choose from, feel great and know that you’re making a difference while exercising. Feeding America, Habitat for Humanity, Stand Up to Cancer, and the American Diabetes Association are just some of the charities you can raise money for.

Getting to the gym is hard, but when cash stakes are added to the equation, there’s a lot more motivation. Set your fitness plan for the new year, and wager money on whether or not you will stick with it. Earn cash by living healthy and sticking to your plan. Otherwise, the money goes to other members.

xx, The FabFitFun Team