January 14, 2011 in Health and Fitness (E)
[prMac.com] Dickinson, Texas - House of File, a mobile developer focused on a wide variety of applications, has today announced the recent update of Core Fitness for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The newly released version 1.0.1 of this helpful mobile utility offers users who are enthusiastic about personal fitness an opportunity to follow a low impact training regime that is at once focused on improving their health, as well as increasing their own strength and fitness levels. Developed specifically for mobile use and designed to provide budget conscious users with a proven work out routine that cost little to correctly follow through, Core Fitness is currently available for download on the iTunes App Store for $1.99.
Unlike many other exercise programs found today, Core Fitness focuses not only on helping its user become more physically fit but also helping them achieve this level of fitness in a manner that also encourages them to stay healthy. Specifically, this program is structured to strengthen user's core muscle groups such as the upper legs, hips, buttocks, back, abs, and shoulders. Because the training itself is evenly split between adequate yoga stretches and resistance training, users will be able to complete the regiments outlined in this app in only about forty minutes, needing to repeat them only three to four times a week for the Core Fitness mobile exercise program to prove effective.
To ensure that users will get something new and helpful out of Core Fitness as they continue to exercise, each of the individual exercises detailed within this app offer a series of more and more advanced options so that users will be continually challenged even as their strength and health increases over time. Furthermore, this application was released with the user's budget in mind as well. Unlike the majority of conventional exercise programs which require expensive equipment to complete, all the exercises placed as part of the Core Fitness mobile program together require an investment of only $10 to $20 for basic training equipment such as dumbbells and exercise balls. People constantly on the go looking for an exercise guide that is effective enough to help them and flexible enough to fit their lifestyle need look no further than Core Fitness for iOS.
Founded in Dickinson, Texas, House of File is mobile application development studio focused on providing mobile enthusiasts with valuable and informative mobile resources across a variety of disciplines and focuses. House of File has stayed continuously committed to providing mobile audiences with applications that are well structured and effective. (C) House of File 2011. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.