Best fitness app subscription deals for June 2024

The best fitness apps and subscription discounts this month, including Fiit, Peloton and more

Fitness app subscription deals 2023
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If you're looking to get fit and healthy or just fancy switching up your workouts, we've found the best deals on popular fitness app subscriptions for 2023. From Fiit to Strava and beyond, we've not only collected the best paid-for fitness apps, but free options too.

The aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many people preferring to workout from home rather than in the gym, which has caused the popularity of fitness apps to soar. If you’re looking for fitness inspiration or want to challenge yourself, fitness app subscriptions are a great way to unlock new workouts and start a new health journey. There are so many fitness apps on the market today tailored to specific workouts like yoga, running, HIIT and more.

Many fitness subscriptions require a monthly fee but there are tons of free apps available and you can always head to YouTube for free workout videos and tutorials. These apps are available to download on iOS and Android devices and can be streamed to your TV, laptop or tablet. Below, we’ve found the best fitness app subscription deals for this month.

Best fitness app deals today

Apple Fitness+: £9.99 a month

Apple Fitness+: £9.99 a month
Apple Fitness+ is the first fitness service powered by Apple Watch. Therefore it goes without saying that you’ll need an Apple Watch to use this app – find the best Apple Watch deals here. When you buy an Apple Watch, you get 3 months of Apple Fitness+ for free before paying £9.99 a month. With new workouts added every week, Apple Fitness+ has a wide variety of exercises available and it connects with the Apple Watch to show off your statistics. See our Apple Fitness+ review for more details.

The Body Coach app: £14.99 a month

The Body Coach app: £14.99 a month
Joe Wicks a.k.a The Body Coach is known for his workout videos, cooking books and now, fitness app. The Body Coach app has exclusive workouts, recipes and popular fitness coaches that you can’t find on the YouTube channel.

Centr: £5.83 a month

Centr: £5.83 a month
If you’re obsessed with getting a Marvel physique, try Chris Hemsworth’s fitness app: Centr. Centr is the fitness subscription which offers workouts, meal plans and advice from Chris Hemsworth’s team of experts. There are many specialist programmes to choose from like Power, Align, Fusion and masterclasses. Centr comes with a free trial and plans start from as little as £5.83 a month. Check out our Centr review for more.

ClassPass: £15 a month

ClassPass: £15 a month
ClassPass gives you worldwide access to gyms, classes, spas and salons. It’s a great app to use if you want to try different classes or if you’re in a different location but want to hit the gym. ClassPass works on a credit system, where you use credits to access these places. After your 1 month free trial, you start with 50 credits which translates to £50 a month. The lowest subscription price is £15 which gives you 9 credits and goes up to £109 for 100 credits.

Fiit: £19.99 a month

Fiit: £19.99 a month
Fiit is the #1 rated fitness app available to download on your phone, laptop and tablet or via the app on your TV (available on Sky or Amazon Prime). Fiit has hundreds of interactive workout classes with expert personal trainers. You can find on-demand or live classes, group workouts and training plans from entry level to expert. Fiit has a free 14 day trial before you pay £19.99 a month.

Fitbit Premium: £7.99 a month

Fitbit Premium: £7.99 a month
Fitbit Premium is a handy fitness app which works alongside your Fitbit tracker or smartwatch. Similar to Apple Fitness+, you’ll need a Fitbit to use Fitbit Premium (see best Fitbit deals for more) and you’ll get a free 90 day trial. This subscription tracks everything from nutrition to readiness, plus sleep and stress insights. It also offers games and challenges to keep you motivated.

Freeletics: £10.16 a month

Freeletics: £10.16 a month
If you’re looking for digital coaching, Freeletics has hundreds of workouts and advice from top personal trainers. To get started with Freeletics, you’ll need to choose a training journey, organise your schedule and customise any other training needs. Freeletics has many payment and bundle options, including 3, 6 or 12 month subscriptions. The £10.16 a month price is the cheapest option and is for the Training Coach for 3 months.

Gymondo: £9.99 a month

Gymondo: £9.99 a month
The Gymondo fitness app has over 500 workouts and 40 workout programmes so you can get fit and healthy while at home. The app has a free 7 day trial, before you pay a monthly cost of £9.99, or you can pay the annual subscription for just £4.49 a month.

Own Your Goals: £4.99 a month

Own Your Goals: £4.99 a month
Own Your Goals is Davina McCall’s fitness platform and community. It has a huge variety of workouts from different trainers, nutritional advice and community support. The challenges are the best part of this subscription and you can choose due to your goal or length of time. Own Your Goals comes with a 14 day free trial.

Peloton: £12.99 a month

Peloton: £12.99 a month
The Peloton app gives you access to thousands of classes with no equipment necessary. The app offers live on-demand classes and training programmes from top Peloton coaches. While you don’t need equipment, you can invest in a Peloton bike or buy a bike from a different company and use the cycling workouts in the app. The app has a 30 day free trial but if you’re a Peloton Bike or Tread owner, the app is included in your all-access membership.

Shreddy: £9.99 a month

Shreddy: £9.99 a month
Shreddy is a female focused fitness transformation app that comes with workout guides, live classes, meal plans and seasonal challenges. The monthly plan is £9.99, the quarterly plan is £24.99 and the annual plan is £79.99.

Strava: £6.99 a month

Strava: £6.99 a month
Strava is the #1 app catered to runners and cyclists. Strava allows you to track your run, analyse your training and find new routes in your area. With a focus on community, Strava acts as a social network for athletes and is a fun way to show off your progress. There’s a free version of the Strava app but the £6.99 a month subscription unlocks features like advanced metrics, goal setting, route planning and the trainers dashboard.

Are there any free fitness app subscriptions?

Yes! There are arguably more free fitness apps than paid app subscriptions so if you don’t want to pay for an app, you can look at the following apps. That being said, the above subscriptions are the most popular fitness apps on the market and do require a monthly or annual payment.

Some of the most popular free fitness apps are:

  • MyFitnessPal: Weight loss-focused app that tracks diet, nutrition and exercise
  • NHS Couch To 5K: 9 week training and running programme
  • Nike Training Club: 200+ workouts from Nike personal trainers 
  • Pumatrac: 120+ workouts from Puma personal trainers and athletes 
  • Runtastic: Training, challenges and guidance for runners from adidas 
  • Sworkit: Dedicated workout plans to help you reach your fitness goals 
  • YouTube: Thousands of workout videos

If you’re interested in even more free workouts, head to the T3 fitness channel

Bethan Girdler-Maslen
Home Editor

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