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Carrot fit: Look at you, meatbag

CARROT Fit is one of the goofier ways to coerce yourself into getting into shape, and it just got an update with a ton of new features that make it a lot more useful.

The original CARROT Fit was mostly about weight tracking, but now the app is more about fitness in general. That includes CARROT's variation on the popular seven-minute workout, Seven Minutes in Hell, as well as a new tracker, workout calendar and a new profile page. All in all, it's a more useful version of the app, and if you're looking for an app that'll insult you in order help you lose weight, CARROT does it well.

CARROT Fit is $2.99 in the iTunes App Store.

Lifehacker.com

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 18, 2014 A15

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