Why We Ditched Zoom for Online Fitness Assessments

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Zoom Fitness Assessments

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James Breese

Everyday Athlete. Founder of @strengthmatters. Love snowboarding, cricket, Manchester United, the mountains, coffee and trail running.

In today’s episode, we tackle the virtual frontier that has both captivated and frustrated personal trainers worldwide: virtual fitness assessments. How do they compare to traditional, in-person assessments, and are they worth your time?

If you’ve been on the fence about integrating virtual assessments into your fitness practice, or if you’re just looking for ways to improve your existing online approach, then you can’t afford to miss this episode.

You’ve got to think differently. Zoom is great for meetings and calls. It’s not great for online assessments. It’s the right tool for the right job.

James Breese
00:00Introduction 00:26First Encounters: Initial Experience with Zoom 01:17Zoom Fatigue: The Exhaustion of Virtual Classes 01:43Pandemic Impact: Traditional Gyms in Crisis 02:15Online Challenges: Hurdles in Virtual Assessments 03:411 Time-Quality Trade-off: Balancing Efficiency and Effectiveness 04:18Alternative Paths: Finding Other Options 05:32“Final Thoughts”: Wrapping Up the Discussion
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