Blog by: Suryakant Tripathi
Technological solutions to traditional personal training have been around now for more than a decade. The spectrum has included everything from completely automated online personal training, to fitness equipment that attempts to make personal training more affordable and available to a larger group of people.Technology tools includes wearable’s, Body weight Training, High-Intensity Interval Training, Strength Training.
The number of clubs adopting fitness technology grew exponentially over in the past few years. Technology innovations have revolutionized the fitness industry.It has entered into everyday lives of people and enabled people to track and share their progress with instantaneous speed.
Tech devices are now central to our daily lives and changed the way we plan and manage our workouts. Wearable devices also provide immediate feedback that can make the wearer more aware of their activity and can motivate the user to achieve their fitness goals.
Wearable technology has overtaken activities like body weight training and high intensity interval training. Consumer interest in fitness technology may signal that the low-cost exercise trend is waning.
This type of trend can also be useful. It can help doctors track patients, personal trainers document their client’s progress, and individuals attain goals outside of the gym while providing a regimented fitness routine.
Virtual training and coaching is becoming a staple in the fitness world. Many clubs are using a mobile app as the liaison between trainers and members. These apps allow users to simulate the experience of having a personal coach with them through their headphones.
Its no surprise that mobile apps usage in clubs have seen the biggest growth over the past two years. Smartphone owners use apps for everything, including fitness.