Miami, Fl. (PRWEB) January 11, 2006
Personal training sessions are now available on your time frame, at your convenience, without ever having to leave home. Video Fitness Podcasts merge personal training, with the ability to access on-demand fitness content. These workouts provide the user with the power to access health and fitness training information at anytime, for use anywhere, and at their convenience.
What I Want Podcasting (http://www.whatiwantpodcasting.com/Fitness.html), a firm that specializes in developing podcasts for commercial use in society, has developed What I Want Fitness. This podcast show, features two or three new episodes every week with strength training exercises, personal health information, healthy meal recipes, and overall fitness advice. “We have developed this show as a model to illustrate the use of podcasting in the fitness community”, Says Martin Elmore, president of What I Want Podcasting.
There have been a few articles published recently in the LA Times and the Miami Herald, which mention audio fitness podcasts, for runners and yoga enthusiasts. This means that there is a growing demand for this form of personal fitness content, especially with the growth of video cellphones and video ipods recently.
“We are a development firm; we are currently in negotiations with various other fitness facilities around the country to develop fitnesscasts for their business’s”, says Ryan Hoback, Chairman of What I Want Podcasting. ”We understand that we must provide this emerging commercial industry with an example, or model, that they can follow to achieve success in this growing market. What I Want Fitness will be one of the top rated podcasts and internet television shows in omni-media syndication, however, we are highly interested in the development and executive production of fitnesscasts for anyone who is interested” adds Hoback.
The flexibility of this medium is what will drive the growth of Fitnesscasting tremendously over the next few years. The video ipod even has the capability of being plugged into televisions sets, so you can take these video podcasts and watch them on your large screens as you exercise in your living room. There are numerous formats that can be used in developing a fitnesscast. What I Want Fitness offers personalized strength training, healthy meal suggestions and stretching exercises to keep you limber.