The results of a Health Digest poll of 583 people showed that 6 people, or 1.03% of respondents say they would like to try the fitness application obé. 44 people, or 7.55% of respondents, report they would like to try the Beachbody on Demand fitness application. The next two fitness apps on the list garnered similar results. While 72 people, or 12.35% of respondents, say they would like to try FitOn, 73 people, or 12.52% of respondents, say they would like to try Peloton. 87 people, or 14.92% of respondents, say they would like to try the Nike Training Club fitness application. The standout winner, however, is the MyFitnessPal application, which 301 people, or 51.63% of respondents, say they would like to try.
MyFitnessPal is a popular application that currently boasts a 4.7 out of 5 rating on the Apple store (via Apple). In 2020, GQ named it a “Best Fitness App” during its Fitness Awards. The application offers a number of features that enable the user to track their physical activity, log their food intake, scan and upload barcodes, set custom goals, and get a customized meal plan from a registered dietician. There is even a free version that users can access. According to a 2020 study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, the MyFitnessPal application was found to be accurate for analyzing dietary measures like total energy intake, fiber, macronutrients, and sugar, but not for cholesterol and sodium.