Are Virtual and On Demand Fitness Classes a Threat to Instructors? – GFOC20

In this episode I talk about Virtual Fitness classes and One Demand streaming fitness classes.

I ask whether these represent a threat to the hard-working fitness instructor.

Are Virtual and On Demand Fitness Classes a Threat to Instructors?

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5 thoughts on “Are Virtual and On Demand Fitness Classes a Threat to Instructors? – GFOC20

  1. Think something is missing here Roger. What about driving people away from classes? As a participant why would I pay £40 – £60 a month for a gym membership that has a fixed timetable where I can pay £13 a month and do the class when I want as many times as I want?

    These are hard times and I for one am cancelling my gym membership for on demand as I can do the classes(i don’t teach) that are a)Not in my area b)Not on at a good time and c)Poor instruction.

    The whole license model for LMI as you have said sucks balls and beachbody have got it right. LMI just take, take and take. They have us all by the danglies with price changes, instructor agreement changes, list goes on. Just need to remember they’re a business and it’s all about the cha ching this fitter planet stuff is BS….

    1. From what I can see it goes back to when they started filming classes for Virtual. You pay £10.99 per month and just stream the classes onto a mobile or via Apple TV. The classes are only 30 minutes long. For combat it seems to be tracks 1-6.

      1. Oh well that doesn’t seem very helpful. I would totally pay to access the full back catalogue. I have enough flow tracks memorized that I can easily do a 30-minute body flow workout at home for free :-p

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