Manufacturer Spotlight: WellBeats™ Trains When You Can’t
Fitness facilities today need virtual fitness training. Why? Online personal training programs are all the rage right now. Most classes deliver intense, effective cardio for all levels of fitness without the price tag of a personal trainer. When members decide to use your on-site fitness space, they are looking for commercial exercise equipment and training programs that will help them reach their fitness goals. People want equipment and workouts that simultaneously challenge and motivate them. How does a well-planned fitness facility meet these goals? Virtual training is quickly becoming the answer to that question.
Many Ask: What Is the Best Fitness Platform?All virtual fitness platforms are designed to get people moving, so there are a number of really good ones out there. At Advanced Exercise Equipment, we use WellBeats™ for its flexibility and user friendliness. [Tweet “We use WellBeats™ for its flexibility and user friendliness.”] Your local Advanced Exercise representative can help you install virtual training at your facility. We take a look at your existing fitness space to reconfigure it for the full-range of motion expected with these virtual fitness classes. When you choose to install this user-friendly fitness platform, you will taste victory and get your members excited to come into your facility again and again. The beauty of these programs is flexibility. People can select individualized online personal training with a pre-recorded class. WellBeats™ offers fitness training programs for all fitness levels and even has programs designed for just men or just for women. Facility managers can also preschedule classes just like any other commercial gym to build steady regular attendance. Bonus: Classes are four to eight weeks in length, so schedule away for repeat business! [Tweet “Pack a punch with efficient workouts in small time frames with WellBeats!”] To gain more insight on how flexible and user-friendly WellBeats™ is, we went to the source itself. Michelle Cook, Marketing Manager of WellBeats™, told us that their “Rev” format, which is geared towards performance studio cycling classes, is among their most popular training formats. She also noted that what sets her company apart from others is their HIIT 20 minute classes. Small time frames need to pack a punch of efficient workouts to meet average fitness needs. WellBeats™ does that.
What Are the Variety of Classes Available with a Virtual Class Format?WellBeats™ has several classes broken down into these 13 categories:
- Bar Strong – Endurance and strength training with use of bar weights; No breaks because classes are built with active recovery
- Definitions – intense free weights use and movements designed to get muscle burn; some classes also use plyometrics for quick burn
- eXpress – 20 minute HIIT classes designed for cardio, toning and scultping
- Fit Test – Fitness tests to gauge progress from beginning day, three-month mark and six-month mark.
- Fusion – Often a mixture of yoga and Pilates for sculpting and toning
- KettlePower – Movements and weight training with kettlebells
- Kinetics – HIIT (high-intensity interval training) with cardio and resistance circuits designed to get participants breathless with active recovery in between
- Post Natal – Helping newborn mamas get back to pre-baby weight
- Pregnancy Express – Back and core strengthening moves to help your body adjust to pregnancy
- Rev – classes designed for performance group studio cycling
- Stomp – cardio and resistance training with the use of steps for most core and leg burn
- TKO – Incorporates HIIT, TKO and kickboxing moves for intense cardio
- Transitions – uses an exercise ball along with yoga for core training
- Vibe – elevates heart rate but keeps it mostly steady throughout class for cardio burn (without peaks and valleys)