Ever tried to lose weight but found that it was difficult to carry through with your regimen and diet commitments when nobody else was around? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Many people trying to lose or maintain their weight go through the same, unable to motivate themselves and continue their workouts. Luckily, your phone can help you through these problems.
Gaming Realms, owners of Pocket Fruity, have noted that “There were an estimated 1 billion Smartphone users at the end of 2012, representing 17% of total mobile users.” With so much attention being put on the mobile market now, everyone is starting to take the industry more seriously. Doctors in the UK are even said to begin prescribing health and fitness apps to patients who want to lose weight and monitor health conditions.
It would be no surprise should Noom Coach end up on the prescription pads of some of these doctors, as the app truly has something for everything. No matter what your concern or what workout style you’ve been tasked to follow, Noom has you covered.
In many ways, Noom Coach is like a personal trainer of sorts, able to give you recommendations on what articles to read to be well-informed, monitor your weight loss through state-of-the-art technology which includes pedometers, gyroscopes, and even meal planners. Users can log their meals in the app and watch as it calculates how many calories you’ve just ingested. The app is global too, so you can have access to the food databases of other Noom users too.
The app also ensures that you stay motivated, especially in the early the mornings, as there are various health-related articles that users of the app can peruse. Every action accomplished in Noom also rewards the user with experience points, which they can use to level up.