Option to Help Get Rid of Excuses, Get in Shape
When do you plan to start getting in shape? If now is the time, how are you going to do it? May I suggest this to you? Online training. It’s a safe option to help get rid of excuses and get in shape. That’s assuming you choose the right program. Don’t waste your time with a gym membership if all you’re going to do is walk on the treadmill and have no knowledge of how to use the machines. Don’t sign a lengthy contract with a trainer if you know you’re not fully committed. Do it at your own pace and at your convenience.
You won’t have to worry about the drive to the gym only to find out that you have no idea what you’re going to do there.
- Convenience. Having a pre-programmed workout designed by a professional that can be completed in 30 minutes or less and in the setting you prefer will make life a lot easier. It can be indoors, outdoors or at a gym. Having your own music blasted will also have a positive affect on your workout. You won’t have to worry about the drive to the gym only to find out that you have no idea what you’re going to do there.
- Cost Effective. Hiring a trainer can be costly. Especially if you’re hiring someone with experience and a specialization. Online training works well for the trainer and clients as they both are able to leverage time, equipment and costs.
- Private. Since, in most cases, you’ll likely be at home during the workouts you won’t have to worry about how you look to others…or how they look at you. All you’ll probably need is a mirror
It’s not all peaches and cream though. There are many options out there to help you get in shape and online training may not be for you. There are, of course, some negatives.
- Face-to-face interaction. Some people need to be in the presence of their trainer to feel as though they’re in good hands.
- Form correction. Without someone there to correct form and technique it might be a waste of time for some people. There’s also an increased risk of injury. Increased risk of injury will affect adherence.
- Motivation. Without the face-to-face interaction or assurance of knowing that form and technique are correct one may be less motivated, in general, to start and stick with an online program.
Obviously, with this being an online program they’ll be able to login and workout with me anytime, but I’ll also give them exercises that range from beginner level to advanced.
Get Rid of Excuses, Get in Shape
From my experiences, meeting with new clients while running my boot camp, is that most people aren’t active for two reasons: they don’t make the time nor do they know what they should be doing to stay toned and fit. Of course there’s obviously the nutrition aspect also. It’s my job to help them get rid of excuses and get in shape. What I hope to do with my online fitness program is eliminate those two obstacles.
Obviously, with this being an online program they’ll be able to login and workout with me anytime, but I’ll also give them exercises that range from beginner level to advanced. They’ll also be categorized by equipment. So if you have, or prefer, a particular piece of equipment you can get updated exercises and workouts for that piece of equipment. Some of the items I’ll be introducing my members to are suspension trainers and medicine balls.
My boot camp is designed to make personal training affordable to those who need the help and guidance of a professional. My online program will do the same…minus the in-person experience. For $9.99 it’ll be something everyone will want to have access to and a community that everyone will want to be a part of.