Figuring out where to stand when performing online coaching comes from experience and practice. When you start online, you’re usually a little timid and unsure of how your recording (or stream) looks for your audience. With practice and reviewing your online workout, you can make some simple adjustments to improve your clients’ experience. In this Balance tutorial, Tyler Valencia describes where to stand for online coaching and gives your three tips to implement today. Tyler is the owner of Time 2 Train Fitness, which is a YouTube workout channel.
Depending on the type of workout you’re recording or the exercise you’re demonstrating, changing where you stand can help showcase the movement better or the emotion you’re feeling. One of the common mistakes that Tyler sees within the online workout community is instructors standing too far back in their workout space. Yes, making sure your audience sees the exercise is essential. Still, there is always some leeway with online workouts that can help you showcase the necessary cues and maintain the quality of the video. For example, if you’re demonstrating bicep curls and showcasing what the audience wants to focus on, having your feet in frame isn’t the most essential item. What you’re audience would probably enjoy seeing more is how hard your biceps are working and the sweat building on your forehead.
Use these tips to help build your online coaching or workout business!
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