With This New App, Get Fit For Summer With Your iPad

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Bikini season is creeping up on us, and if you're feeling the last-minute pressure to get in shape before you hit the beach, we've found an unexpected place that you can turn: your iPad. The new personal training app FitStar, which recently launched in the Apple App Store, is perfect for anyone who has specific fitness goals in mind and wants to be guided through a personalized workout each day.

Your FitStar trainer is none other than Tony Gonzalez of the Atlanta Falcons, who helped to create the 60+ exercise regimen that targets each of the major muscle groups. The app tracks your day-to-day progress and adapts to your fitness abilities, so if the workouts start getting too easy, the exercises that Gonzalez dishes out get more challenging. If you need even more motivation once you start mastering the moves, there's also a social aspect, which allows you to find and befriend other FitStar users and workout with them — or, if you're a competitive type, to challenge them.

Start your new fitness regimen for just $7.99 for the Get Lean Program and $4.99 for the Get Strong Program (read: way cheaper than a gym membership) at the App Store.

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