What is Telefitness or Gym Online? | Tele-exercise Telegym Telecoach


Telefitness (Tele-exercise Telegym Telecoach ), Gym Workout Online or Remote Fitness

Telefitness is providing and receiving fitness training via online or virtual mode. The fitness trainer comes online on video and gives fitness instructions and the trainees follow them. The teleexercise or  fitness online mode is not only for exercises or workouts but also advisory on diet and regular counseling. This is like online consultation witch any health or medical professional. The top worldwide portal that provides telegym or tele-fitness services is fitcj.com where all the world trainers are available and you may according to your suitability. As these trainers competence is in open as there is also a feedback and people are regularly posting live about the training you may find the real ability of the trainer or the telecoach. This also provides you to choose any of the best trainers worldwide and you are not limited to only your nearby location. 

What is telefitnes app? 

Teleexercise or Tele-fitness app is an app based interface which facilitates the gym or fitness trainer and the trainees to interact via online video mode. This remote fitness facility is used by gym, yoga, aerobics, etc coaches. This also defines the scope of telefitness.


Infographics on Gym Online, Tele-exercise Telegym Telecoach

Remote Appointments and Real-time Monitoring of such Telegyms are Smart

After returning home from get off work every day, Ms. A, who lives in New York, will open the "Fitcj" site or APP on her mobile phone and start to make an appointment for a fitness program.

After going downstairs, she will go directly to the gym in a few minutes, saving the trouble of waiting in line.

After working out at the gym for more than two months, she feels good, convenient and affordable.


The smart community gym where Ms. A is located was founded by fitcj. The aerobic equipment used are all independently developed and designed by the company, and the equipment control system and fitness APP are independently developed. They have also obtained a number of intellectual property rights.


The scene is that this community gym is not large, but it has all the equipment. A large screen is set up at the entrance of the gym, and the screen monitors the heart rate of each exerciser in real time.

Treadmills and other equipment in the gym can be reserved for use through the APP to avoid people waiting for equipment.

The APP also has a memory function, and there are traces of the fitness of the exercisers and their daily fitness.


fitcj Project uses mobile Internet and Internet of Things application technology. The exercise program used in smart devices is customized and generated by fitcj based on member's physical test data, and remote teaching and intelligent management are realized through Internet of Things big data.

Virtual gym and workout

The use of distance sports education, remote control, and remote management allows the gym to save labor management costs, and does not even require private education.


Remote appointment for virtual private training, this telegym is very "Smart"

If there is such a telegym in front of your house, the journey of "rolling iron" is closer than taking out the garbage, and the consumption price is higher than that of commercial gyms outside.

According to the exercise prescription provided by big data, bodybuilders choose a way to exercise that suits them.



Remote Plants Growing, Online remote fitness or teleexercise, the emerging trend of remote online

There are contradictions in everything, and all crises are often dangers on one side and opportunities on the other.


The epidemic has made many start-ups unsustainable, mired in losses, or had to close down.

But the pandemic has also created a growth environment for other start-ups including teleexercise, bringing opportunities to thrive.


With the increasing popularity of online office and online learning, the remote online model is impacting and reshaping all walks of life.



1. Helping people grow plants remotely

When the pace of urban life is getting faster and faster and the pressure is increasing, many people get a little comfort from green plants.

So it's not surprising that plants that acted as emotional comfort became popular when the epidemic came.


The sharp increase in the sales of green plants allows entrepreneurs to see opportunities, but they cannot follow the conventional brick-and-mortar store or e-commerce business model. This is because even for e-commerce, from procurement to logistics, there are too many offline links.


Two American entrepreneurs have come up with a brilliant idea to instruct people to grow plants remotely.


In August 2020, Alexi Coffey and Brendan Coffey started a virtual business called Steward in New York to help people grow houseplants.

They launched an app where customers scan a room in their home with their phone's camera, and the app creates a map.


The map shows changes in the distribution of light in the room and give advice on the location of plants and how to care for them.


With the company's app, people can more easily get remote guidance and enjoy the fun of planting.

In addition to targeting individual users, the company has designed a consumer digital subscription plan that combines business services to provide gardening advice to brick-and-mortar offices and restaurants.


Because all operations are done online and remotely, the company's business is not subject to geographical restrictions.

The company currently has about 5,000 customers worldwide.

Some clients also asked to design a plant background wall for their home office that could be used for video.


2. Remote fitness company

Because he saw his parents in their 70s struggling with aging, an entrepreneur started a training and fitness program for adults 55 and older.

Initially, he planned to help seniors participate in strength training in the living community.

But the arrival of the pandemic disrupted his plans, and he changed his business model and moved courses online.

Clients take two 45-minute classes a week, with online instruction from a licensed instructor.

Clients ranging in age from 52 to 85, from all over the world, can get telecoaching  or training online.

The entrepreneur's business has just started, and it's hard to say what the future will hold.

But people may not be very optimistic, because his target group is the elderly fitness group, which is too subdivided, with advantages and disadvantages.

The elderly have fitness needs, but not many are willing to sign up for classes. There are also thresholds for online courses. Not every elderly person is familiar with online operations.

But on the other hand, the competition is not fierce, and there are few competitors in the market.

However, we can be very optimistic about the online fitness model behind this company.


Online fitness model

If the target group is changed from the elderly to the young, and providing remote fitness courses services such as yoga, weight loss, muscle building, and body sculpting, which are in great demand, it should be able to derive many good entrepreneurial directions.

For example, a yogi or a sports coach can teach and guide students remotely through online methods, so as to be specialized and refined, and to do a good job in operation, there is still a lot of demand and opportunity. 

The epidemic is driving all walks of life to develop suitable remote online business models.


When telecommuting, remote teaching, remote fitness, and telemedicine are familiar to people and become a habit.

Even after the epidemic, it is difficult for people to go back to the past.


Affected and promoted by the epidemic, the remote online direction will usher in a more rapid development in the next few years.

We are entering an era where more and more things can be done without leaving home.

This trend and the opportunities behind it deserve the attention and research of entrepreneurs.


Is telefitness (online remote fitness personal training) reliable?

Many people have ask gym trainers if they can provide remote personal training guidance. What we can say is that it is possible to provide remote one-to-one guidance on fitness through the Internet, but in the real environment of the global fitness industry, the possibility of being reliable is very small.

Because of the reliable and effective online remote fitness guidance, there are relatively high requirements for the instructor, the mentee and the fitness goal.


I. Requirements for telegym instructors:

Different from face-to-face personal training in the gym, remote guidance is limited in the means and methods of communication, expression, and mutual understanding, so the requirements for instructors are higher than face-to-face personal training. 

In addition to the requisite telecoach professional knowledge skills and work ethic, he must:


1. Teleexercise expert should be able to choose the appropriate expression according to the level of the mentee. 

The use of professional terminology can be concise and accurate, but the instructed may not be able to understand, and the use of vernacular is easy to become cumbersome and verbose, which puts forward higher requirements for the instructor's language organization and expression ability.


2. Telecoach should be able to choose the appropriate detection index according to the actual situation. To guide a person to exercise, you must first understand his current physical condition. But under remote guidance, it is difficult for the instructor to conduct various tests on the instructed to understand his physical condition. This requires the instructor to master and flexibly, analyze the indicators and methods of judging a person's physical condition.


3. Telegym expert should be able to choose appropriate training methods according to the conditions of the trainee. Face-to-face personal training in the gym, the instructor and the mentee are in the same gym, so it is clear what training equipment and means are available.

However, under the remote guidance of the network, the two people are located in different environments.

The online gym instructor does not understand the conditions of the mentee. It is possible that the proposed training method is not available for the mentee to do, or the mentee has better conditions. But the instructor didn't know it and didn't make the most of it.


4. The training content can be adjusted in time according to the body reaction of the trainee.

In the case of face-to-face private training, a qualified telefitness instructor can know whether he is tired and want to be lazy or is really physically unable to bear through the physical reaction of the instructed, so as to make necessary adjustments to the next training content. Whereas, the instructor under the remote guidance It is impossible to directly observe the condition of the mentee.

Also, it is necessary to have richer knowledge and experience in order to timely judge the mentee's reaction and make a decision under restricted circumstances.


Gym Mentors and Mentees

It should be noted that the above four points can be regarded as the disadvantage of online remote guidance compared with face-to-face private teaching.

 The rich knowledge and experience of the instructor and the ability to adapt to changes can be partially compensated, but not in any case.

That is to say, even if the level of the instructor is high, there are still some situations that are not suitable for online remote guidance.


II. Requirements for the telefitness mentee:

Remote coaching also has higher requirements for the mentee than face-to-face private education, mainly in the following aspects:


1. Under the remote guidance, the teleexercise instructor cannot supervise the mentee to complete the training content according to the quality and quantity, which requires the mentee to have stronger self-discipline management ability (otherwise, if you practice for a long time, there is no effect, it is the blame guide Is the level of the teacher poor or the person being instructed loves to be lazy?).


2. As mentioned above, the means of communication under remote guidance are limited, which also requires the mentee to have a certain understanding and expression ability, so as to make the communication smoother and ensure the accurate transmission of information.


3. Remote guidance requires the mentee to have a certain level of relevant knowledge and exercise level, so that it will save a lot of effort in communication (for example, some professional terms do not need to be explained again), and the training goal is relatively stable (it is not easy to change repeatedly). 

Not to mention some mentally handicapped problems (such problems occur repeatedly and affect the mood of the instructor).

Of course, it is not impossible for a zero-based to find someone for remote guidance, but now there are not many coaches with qualified fitness knowledge and experience, plus strong communication skills, good at adapting to changes, patience and tolerance for small questions.

With these requirements, there are even fewer people who meet the standards. And, in this case, it might bring up the next question.


4. Remote mentoring may require higher financial capabilities of the mentee. As mentioned above, compared with face-to-face private teaching, online remote tutoring requires a higher level and ability of the tutor, and it is more troublesome to guide, so should a higher level be charged a higher fee?

The question is whether the mentee is willing to pay the higher fee and whether it can be paid.


In short, online remote guidance also has requirements for the mentee, and not everyone can make progress through remote guidance.


III. Requirements for fitness goals:

Everyone's fitness goals are different, some are for fat loss, some are for muscle gain, some are for improving sports performance, and some are for post-injury recovery. These goals are listed in "Internet Remote Guidance" will also face different problems in the context of:


Internet Remote Guidance

The goal is to lose fat. In addition to exercise training, you must also control your diet. The problem is that even face-to-face personal training cannot follow the trainer's home to manage diet, and remote guidance and even the training process are difficult to supervise. What is the final effect? Guaranteed?


The goal is strength training. The first step in strength training is mastering the right movements, and re-incarnation.

 It has already been mentioned that it is very troublesome to instruct beginners to do the correct movements remotely.

It has high requirements on the expressive ability of the instructor and the comprehension ability of the instructed, so it is generally not recommended to find a remote network at this stage.

Guidance, unless you really have no one to look for.

(In contrast, the subsequent stages of "moderately increasing the load to promote strength growth" and "periodically changing the load" are suitable for online remote guidance. The online teaching of foreign power-lifting masters you see on the Internet is basically aimed at this stage)


The goal is post-injury rehabilitation. Problems related to the medical field are basically not applicable to online remote guidance, because there are too many tests to be done, unless your symptoms happen to be able to use the simplest methods of inspection and treatment.

 However, such cases are mainly due to "good luck". Most sports rehabilitation, especially rehabilitation after injury, is still not suitable for remote guidance.


In short, the matter of "network remote fitness guidance" requires:

-         Rich in knowledge and experience, strong in expression ability, good at teaching according to aptitude, and patient instructor


- A mentee with a certain level of knowledge, economic foundation and training, strong self-discipline, understanding and learning ability (the problem is that if you have these abilities, you can also find out by yourself, but there may be some detours on the way)


-        Training goals and training stages are just right for the characteristics of remote coaching

And it is not easy to put these three factors together (take the first point as an example, there are not many posts about ignorance of fitness trainers on few apps), so, on the Internet it is possible for remote fitness guidance to be reliable, but the possibility of being reliable is sometimes very small.


Online Fitness guidance


What is a typical remote fitness program?

Remote Fitness Program Schedule

I. The overall goal of teleexercise program

Lose fat and shape, strengthen your body.


II. The main method of telecoach program

1. Adhere to effective fat-reducing aerobic exercise, which accounts for a large proportion (more than 60%) of exercise volume.

2. Appropriately carry out light weight and multiple sets of equipment training to comprehensively increase the muscles of important parts and improve basal metabolism.

3. Pay attention to a reasonable diet, control dinner, control fat, and add a meal (fruit, milk and protein) after exercise.

4. Continue to get 8 hours of sleep every night.


III. The specific arrangements for tele-exercise

9 day cycle

D1: (1) Jog for 10 minutes to warm up.

       (2) 3 movements for chest exercises (barbell bench press, dumbbell fly, push-up), 5 groups of each movement, 10-12 repetitions per group (the weight depends on your ability).

   (3) 3 exercises with triceps (curved bar curl, single-arm dumbbell back curl, curved arm support), 5 sets of each exercise, 10-12 sets per set (the weight is determined according to the ability).

D2: (1) Jog and walk faster (depending on physical strength) for 45 minutes, and strive for a distance of more than 5,000 meters.

    If you have a spinning or exercise class, you can replace it (the general class is also 45 minutes).

    (2) Abdominal exercises, sit-ups with different inclinations, supine leg lifts, etc. are guaranteed to be more than 150, generally 15-30 per group, and the number of groups is self-determined.

D3: Rest


Remote fitness assessment

D4: (1) jogging for 10 minutes to warm up;

   (2) 3 exercises for the back (pull-up, high back pull machine, deadlift), 5 sets of each exercise, 10-12 per set.

   (3) Practice 2 movements on the biceps (barbell curls, heavy hammers), 5 sets of each movement, 10-12 sets per set.


D5: (1) Jog and walk faster (depending on physical strength) for 45 minutes, and strive for a distance of more than 5,000 meters.

    If you have a spinning or exercise class, you can replace it (the general class is also 45 minutes).

    (2) Abdominal exercises, sit-ups with different inclinations, supine leg lifts, etc. are guaranteed to be more than 150, generally 15-30 per group, and the number of groups is self-determined.

D6: Rest


D7: (1) Jog for 10 minutes to warm up.

    (2) 2 movements for shoulder exercises (dumbbell horizontal raise, sitting side raise), 5 groups of each movement, 10-12 repetitions per group.

   (3) 2 leg exercises, 5 sets of squat, 10-12 reps per set, thighs and buttocks; 5 sets of calf raises, 30 sets per set, calves.


D8: (1) Jog and walk faster (depending on physical strength) for 45 minutes, and strive for a distance of more than 5,000 meters.

    If you have a spinning or exercise class, you can replace it (the general class is also 45 minutes).

    (2) Abdominal exercises, sit-ups with different inclinations, supine leg lifts, etc. are guaranteed to be more than 150, generally 15-30 per group, and the number of groups is self-determined.

D9: Rest


IV. Matters needing attention

1. Do a good job of stretching the part between each movement. Generally, do dynamic pulling before exercise and static pulling after exercise.

2. Rest 30-60 seconds between sets of each movement.

3. If the above arrangement requires too much time, you can do it for one day and take a day off for beginners.

4. If you feel that the amount of initial practice is relatively large and cannot be done, you can choose to do only 2 of the 3 movements.

5. If you feel that your physical strength can adapt well, you can also reduce the rest, change 2 days off and 1 day off for 3 days and 1 day off.


6. You can also do some other major sports instead, such as swimming, mountain climbing, playing ball and so on.


A Remote Fitness Program Analysis Sample

I. Basic situation analysis


1. Measured by the standard weight method (weight divided by the square of height), the value was 22.59.


According to the latest revised indicators of WHO, the Asian value is normal between 18.5 and 23.


It shows that the weight is still normal, but you have to look at the other two indicators below.


2. Body fat rate: Because there is no accurate measurement, it should be around 26% according to self-description.


3. Waist-to-hip ratio: 86/95 (the latter data is not provided, only inferred from the description) is 0.905, slightly exceeding the standard value of 0.9.


Summary: The weight is normal and belongs to mild recessive obesity.




II. The movement history analysis:

Summary: Mainly mental work, sedentary office, serious lack of exercise in recent years.



III. Analysis of living habits


Summary: The living habits are normal and regular; the diet structure is reasonable, but the calorie intake may be too much; the sleep is guaranteed.


IV. Analysis of fitness goals (within one year)

1. The weight should be controlled at around 66.


2. The waist circumference is reduced by 6-10CM.


3. Reduce body fat rate to less than 1%.


4. Properly increase muscle.

Summary: Through more than 6 months of telefitness (long-term adherence in the future), you can achieve better visual results.

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