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5 apps to invigorate your run, encourage your workout

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Here are five apps to invigorate your run or encourage you to workout.

Find it hard to stick to your goals? Try GymShamer.

The app connects to your FourSquare account, has you set a fitness goal for the week and if you don't reach it, it tells all of your Twitter followers.

Working on buns of steel? Try Daily Butt Workout.  

The app gets to the bottom of your problems.

Need loving encouragement? Try Burn Your Fat With Me!! (Android only)

It's a Japanese anime app with a love story that blossoms as you perform sit-ups, push-ups and squats.

Scared of the undead? Try Zombies, Run!

Turn your run into a journey through a creepy storyline or get chased by zombies.

Want to trick your mind into exercising? Try Exercise Motivation Hypnosis.

The app claims to hypnotize you in order to get you to exercise.

All apps are available for iPhone and Android unless specified.

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