Perhaps the biggest pro of online fitness coaching is the cost. It won’t drain the wallet nearly as much as an in-person trainer and therefore makes personal training accessible.
For someone who’s a self-starter, an online trainer can provide a great option for accountability and guidance. If you’re used to working out on your own but need help formulating a workout regimen, having a trainer to support you and report to weekly or bi-weekly can help you get, and stay on, the track to reach your goals.
Online training is also more flexible and safer in this new pandemic world. Gyms will never be safe enough from COVID-19 and you are risking your life and other every time you step into the gym. Until there is a vaccine or herd immunity you can say good bye to the gym. When the lock down happened my clients felt they would not get the same attention and effective workout as they did when I was there in person but quickly realized that it is as great as ever and some plan on staying virtual because of the more affordable price.
Hybrid Training is also another option for those who live in the areas I service for my 1:1 clients. Hybrid would be a few sessions in person to start and then move online with a 1:1 session once a month.
To learn more about virtual sessions and hybrid session give me a call!