My (very, very young) attempt at living a healthier lifestyle led me to create fitness goals for myself. Of course — to the dismay of a majority of the technology-dependent couch potatoes we’ve become — a huge chunk of this health plan involved learning to exercise and doing it regularly.

In fitness — as in love — you cannot just force yourself. What I learned from all my exercise attempts is that to be able to consistently work out, you need to find a fitness routine that you actually enjoy.

What was a godsend in this department was, surprisingly, an app. (No, not a hot gym trainer with a six pack clad in hot pants as I would have initially guessed.)

Finding the right one

KFit is a smartphone application which allows you to shop around for fitness activities that will cater to your liking. Depending on your preferences, the app locates participating fitness establishments and lists them down for you. Think of it as a dating app for exercise classes, if you will. All that’s left for you to do after picking a class is actually showing up and doing it.

The app makes it much easier to shop around for gyms. It offers you the opportunity to try different fitness classes with choices ranging from HIIT to Yoga to Muay Thai and even Krav Maga.

KFit also offers a number of free trial classes per month and discounts for each class. These classes or sessions can also be filtered depending on location, type of workout, and time. For a monthly fee, KFit allows for better rates and even more activities.

It’s a match!

The beauty of KFit is that it allows you to get out there and discover what workouts would actually work out for you. Without having to pay for full membership, it allows you the flexibility to discover new fitness classes and exercise routines that would fit your needs.

And although I understand and concede to the fact that no app can make a person fitter, healthier, or diet better, I firmly believe that there are apps, like KFit, which can most definitely get you on the right track.

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