How to login to MyFitnessPal and track your weight loss, food, exercise, and more

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You can access your MyFitnessPal account from your computer or the iOS and Android apps.

For those trying to lose weight, or who simply want greater accountability when it comes to their exercise regimen, MyFitnessPal offers an easy way to track calories, workouts, and more in a single app.

While the company offers both a free and paid Premium model, even non-paying users with an account can access many of MyFitnessPal’s most essential features when logged in.

MyFitnessPal requires members to have a registered account to use the app and website. But signing up for one requires little more than an email address and a password.

Once registered, signing in to your MyFitnessPal account, whether on the web or one of its mobile apps, takes just a few seconds. Here’s how to do it.

How to troubleshoot logging into the MyFitnessPal app

If you have problems logging into your account for any reason, you should try logging in through a different method to see if there’s a problem.

For instance, if you’re getting an invalid username or password option on the app, try using the same login info on the website to see if you’re still having a problem. If you’re still having an issue, you can try resetting your password by tapping the appropriate option on the login screen.

If the login problem you’re experiencing is a server problem, MyFitnessPal recommends you check out the Announcements Page to see if there’s an outage.

If no outages are reported, they recommend you uninstall and reinstall the app and restart your device. And if all else fails, you can contact MyFitnessPal support.

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How to sign up for Apple Fitness Plus in 3 ways, and what you’ll need to subscribe

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Apple Fitness Plus makes it easy to exercise from the comfort of your home.

  • You can sign up for Apple Fitness Plus through an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV.
  • To use Apple Fitness Plus, you’ll need to have an Apple Watch Series 3 or later, along with another Apple device.
  • Apple Fitness Plus offers new users one month free before moving on to a monthly or yearly subscription.
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Since Apple Fitness Plus launched in December 2020, users around the world have taken advantage of its personalized workouts that cover everything from HIIT and strength training to cycling and rowing. There are currently over 300 workouts to choose from, and more are being added on a regular basis.

By linking up with your Apple Watch, Apple Fitness Plus not only encourages users to stay active but gives you real time metrics – like heart rate, calories burned, and workout duration – so you can track your progress over time.

If you want to begin an at-home fitness regimen, Apple Fitness Plus could be a convenient and cost-effective option. Here’s how to sign up, and what to know before taking the plunge.

How much Apple Fitness Plus costs

Apple Fitness Plus costs $9.99 for a month, or $79.99 for a year. Better yet, users with Family Sharing enabled can share their membership with up to five family members at no additional cost.

Apple Fitness Plus is also available as part of Apple One, a service which provides subscriptions to Fitness Plus, News Plus, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and Apple Music for $29.95 per month.

Requirements for Apple Fitness Plus

Using Apple Fitness Plus requires users to have an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, as well as an Apple Watch Series 3 or later. You can complete workouts on Apple Fitness Plus without your Apple Watch on hand, but you must have one to sign up.

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