Have you tried the DVD fitness workouts? Have they been successful? Some people enjoy having pre-recorded professionals bark out fitness and exercise instructions, but wouldn’t you love it to be more interactive? Even if that interactivity gave you the chance to curse at your trainer for being too strict?
A new company recently launched interactive at home workout plans. The company, Wello is trying to “democratize” physical fitness training with the use of video conferencing. This interactive program still provides their clients with working out in the privacy of their own homes, no more will you need to wipe someone else’s sweat off a machine or hear the grunting from muscle row over at the heavier weight area.
Wello began with individual training programs, which allowed the client to set their own pace and schedule. They combined their schedules and then were able to link up with a fitness instructor that meant their criteria and goals.
Now the company offers group sessions that are priced lower than the individual classes. The group classes permit clients to invite friends, family or coworkers to join them and their trainer at a time that they select.
Next up for the company is a subscription program similar to gyms. These will provide for a set number of sessions at lower pricing. Pricing will be dependent on the number of sessions, whether they are individual or group.
All of Wello’s trainers are certified and tested out before they can join the program. As well, they get rated by users, so you can make informed decisions via peer reviews. Currently, the company offers over 10,000 workout options with varying skill levels taken into account.
Check it out; maybe this is the workout regime that works the best for you? What’s your favorite work out method? Is it still the gym, at home gym, DVDs, or something else? Feel free to comment to let me know.