This article walks you through the steps of creating a library of at-home Fitness/Yoga/Studio Classes for your studio or gym members and PT clients.
First things first - create an account at www.trainerize.com. We offer a Free 30-day trial where you can add unlimited clients.
If you film your Fitness/Yoga/Studio Classes you'll want to upload them to YouTube as 'unlisted' first.
Step 3. Add them to the Trainerize Video Library:
You can import them one by one:
Or you can set up the YouTube Add-On and do a batch Import.
Step 4. Then you can create a workout with that video
Go to Master Workout -> New Workout -> Name it (e.g., "Vinyasa Yoga Class") -> Add Exercise (the video you uploaded above) to the workout -> Save
Repeat for as many 'classes (workouts)' you have!
Step 5. Create a Program with all your classes so clients can choose from them!
Master Program -> Build New -> Monthly Yoga Subscrption -> Set the duration (i.e 1 phase of 4 weeks for a month) -> Open the training phases tab -> Import From -> Master Workouts -> Select all the classes from the step above that you built.
Step 6. Add your clients (Clients -> New) and subscribe them to that program!
Note: If you have 100s or 1000s of clients you probably want to automate how you add the clients in. You can do this with our Mindbdy integration.
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Step 7. To upgrade to a paid plan go to Settings -> Billing -> Compare all Plans!
You can use Trainerize for 30 days for free with all features enabled except add-ons. Take advantage by starting your online training business and when you are ready to take it to the next level, please select a plan.
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