Video Fitness Podcast Brings Personal Training Into Your Home Through Your Ipod

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What I Want Fitness offers free video personal training sessions available twice a week, on Sunday and Thursday, for download to your Ipod, Computer, Cell phones and Tivo 2.

In a recent article February 17th of this year, the Sun Sentinel, a large newspaper in Florida highlighted What I Want Fitness as a top video fitness program on the web. They start by saying “Personal trainer Mike Causadias runs nonstop, working with clients from Kendall to Miami Beach. But Causadias recently learned how to extend his reach. Now, fitness buffs all over the country, and the world, can work out with him. They just download his weekly podcast -- an energetic mix of strength-building exercises and workout tips -- on .”

Causadias is just one of many individuals using What I Want Podcasting’s commercial podcast services to create and grow his market base using this fast emerging industry. What I Want Fitness is a personal training fitness show that comes out every Sunday and Thursday, and was created to help those people who are looking to keep in shape, but can’t make it to the gym everyday.

“This show is the first of its kind. It crosses internet television with podcast technology, to create a multi-media video show, for delivery on-demand.” says Ryan Hoback, Chairman of What I Want Podcasting. Anyone who is looking to access and use this content can do just that, at anytime of day, and at their request. The demand and response to this type of programming has shown in the first 60 days alone, we will have about 100,000 viewings in the first 75 days or so, and we add new viewer’s everyday.”

The article in the Sun Sentinel continues talking about the viewers of the What I Want Fitness show, stating “At her Sunrise home and at Broward parks, Tracy Gittens, 24, and twin sister, Nadiah, listen to to get them moving.” People need someone to help motivate them and here he is, anytime you want to listen, he's right there."

"A lot of people don't find it convenient to get to a gym," says Causadias, 28, who released his first podcast two months ago. "I've made it simple. People can do these exercises at the park, in the kitchen, wherever. People can get out of bed and do this."

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