Get fit this summer for free with these workout apps

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Looking for some workout guidance? Check your pocket.

Here are three fitness instruction apps to take with you everywhere and anywhere.

Yoga and Pilates with Kristin McGee
Stressed for time or just stressed? Unwind and workout with the guidance of 10-minute Yoga and Pilates with Kristin McGee. If you want a longer burn, simply combine routines.

Detailed instruction takes you through intro level Ashtanga and chant, Pilates leg and mat workouts, and many more working your abs, arms, wrists, shoulders and back. The primary focus of the routines is to give your energy.

McGee is the host of the Pilates Power Gym on HSN, Health Magazine's Yoga and Fitness Contributing Editor and Fila's Personal Performance Ambassador. McGee teaches in New York City at Equinox. The free app put McGee's expertise in the palm of your hand.

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Download Yoga and Pilates with Kristin McGee: iTunes.

Here's how it works:

SteelABS A6W
Everyone would like a 6 pack to go with that bathing suit right? No exercise equipment necessary, SteelABS A6W focuses on six moves gradually ramping up your workout to build muscle and burn fat.

Follow through with the guidance from this free app and you will be looking and feeling confident in no time.

Download SteelABS A6W: Android Marketplace
Mobilewalla Score: 17 out of 100

Here's how it works:

FitnessBuilder offers you endless portable personal trainers including the experts behind the Biggest Loser—get images and videos for all workout options, track your progress and even get physical therapy guidance.

Fitness enthusiasts will appreciate the personalization of workouts based on your goals to maximize your ability to begin, maintain and excel to the next level.

Fans of The Biggest Loser will be motivated by Bob Harper who partnered with the creators of FitnessBuilder, PumpOne to create the Challenges app.

Download Fitness Builder: iTunes
Download Fitness Builder: Android Marketplace
Mobilewalla Score: 28 out of 100

Here's how it works:

Mobilewalla scores are based on a set of analytics, representing how successful; i.e.; how hot an app is at a given time; on a given platform; with higher values indicating hotter apps.