Zoom became a major part of my fitness world when COVID-19 hit. I had to figure out a way to keep my clients going without sacrificing the safety and quality of the workouts I provided for them.
I was as skeptical as anyone about doing zoom workouts when I started. But, I quickly saw the results my clients were getting and how many people I was about to work with all at one time.
I use one of the corners of my gym as my “zoom studio”. I have my laptop set up along with my big screen TV so I can see many clients at the same time. Being able to clearly see all of my clients is the most important part of me performing my zoom workouts. If I can’t see what you’re doing, how you’re doing it, if you’re in a bad position, then you are just training without supervision! That is the last thing I want and the last thing we need.
Having done zoom workouts for more than 2 years now, my clients have benefited from being in the comfort of their own homes and having me train them to get the results they're looking for.
Zoom started out as a dumbbell-based workout, but as time went on, I’ve suggested additional equipment like resistance bands, bootie bands, a curl bar, along with a few other items as well. This has really given us more variety to make the zoom sessions that much more results focused!
One of the things I like most about zoom is that I really can see everything you’re doing as you train. From time to time, I actually do the workouts with the class but most of the time, I lead by showing examples of the next exercise we’ll do and then I supervise making sure that everyone is working with good form, the correct amount of weight, and most importantly I give lots of motivation and support as we train hard.
I talk about the “mind-muscle” connection a lot to my class. The more I can stress that fact as they train, the better contraction and stretch they get with each move. This is how you get the most from your training sessions.
I break down each move so you know exactly what you’re doing and why you’re doing it. I like to explain the functionality of a move so that you realize why you’re doing it and how it can help you in your everyday life.
Sometime before, during and after class, I’ll have a topic I want to explain in detail and have a quick “open discussion” about various topics. For instance, as class is ending and everyone is spent from their hard work, I’ll explain why we should consume a good clean source of protein within 30 minutes of the workout finishing. Our muscles are most ready to accept that good protein. Protein is the building blocks of muscle. So, while I work on their bodies, I also work on their mind and make sure they know why they're doing what they do, not just performing exercises like robots.
My Zoom Workouts started off as an alternative to training in the gym, but it quickly turned into a great option for people who want to train with me but do not live close enough to my gym for them to come and train here.
Not only is it a great option for people who don’t live close, but it's also a great option for people who are limited on time and don’t have time to actually drive to the gym or for people who need to be home with their kids while training.
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