Fitnet unveiled Fitnet 2.0, featuring a dedicated trainer portal at fit.net. The new trainer interface provides fitness professionals with the ability to expand their business through mobile technology, and engage with thousands of clients all around the world beyond in-person sessions.
From the fit.net portal, the trainer can monitor client performance, provide encouragement via messaging and set goals and workout plans.The revenue-share modeled fitness professional portal allows trainers to create their own Fitnet profile, easily produce custom video series and invite clients to become active on Fitnet for just $19 per month. From the fit.net portal, the trainer can monitor client performance, provide encouragement via messaging and set goals and workout plans.
“The ability to have real-time access to clients’ daily physical activities, workout schedules, goals and scores — even when we’re not present for their workout — enables us to build closer, more intimate and better integrated fitness plans for each client,” said Laurie Maddox, certified fitness professional and founding Fitnet trainer. “Furthermore, it gives us the opportunity to expand our businesses across the country instead of solely in one city or region.”
The Fitnet 2.0 iOS app has also been refreshed to “reflect the new reality,” offering fitness coaching subscriptions, personal weekly goal planning and a fitness wearable component. In addition, the application allows the trainer and client to communicate one-on-one via Fitnet messaging.
According to Fitnet’s founder and chief geek Bob Summers, the new technology “really puts the trainers in their clients’ pockets,” while increasing client accountability to individual fitness goals.