Allow videos, photos to be attached for comments for exercise form
Add in two way communication inside of the workout comments along with video uploads for client form checks
AdminCoach (Coach, Trainerize) commented
Would like the ability for clients to upload video assessments so I can review their form. For example Squat Assessment. Another company/app that I know of allows clients to upload videos either in the format of MP4/youtube links directly onto the app itself . That would be good so clients can upload video assessments and compare form tweaks from week to week.
Nick Cowell commented
Give clients the ability to add videos/pictures to their workout comments. This will give them an opportunity to ask questions on specific exercises directly within their workout, instead of having to navigate out of their workout to the messenger.
I would love it if Trainerize provided an option to upload form videos DURING the workout instead of having clients send random videos in the message portion.
I switched to Trainerize from another platform, and there are definitely many things that I prefer Trainerize for. However, adding the ability to attach form videos to the specific exercises within the app would be more convenient for trainers AND clients, and that is a feature I truly miss from the app I was previously using.
Luke A Epaminondas commented
- [ ] Ability/ option to ask clients to add videos/ photos after the movement they just done in their program , to be able to assess the movement and check their form. Eg the sessions has squats or dead lifts and as a coach we ask if they can film it, then they can then add it their just like if they are filling in the weights and reps. No need to fill it and send it privately to the coach it will be done automatically. As add bonus a option to also have this pinged in to the group chat for the communities to see too.
Madison McClure commented
Allow the client to upload a form video on the assigned workout so we can track form & get updates with out needing to send back and forth
Hayleigh Sellors commented
This would be an amazing feature! It's something my clients are asking for since I've switched from TrueCoach - it allows us to actually coach them through movement and give them confidence.
Please make this a priority
Jack Suljevic commented
Someone posted this before and got shut down with the reply of clients being able to send video messages directly from the app. This would be a nightmare to organise as I'd speak for most when I say, I don't want a weeks worth of videos to scroll through for each exercise in the program to try and give feedback over what basically is a direct messaging service.
TrueCoach have done it right where they can upload the video directly to the exercise slot.
Jeff Do commented
Allow videos to be uploaded per excersize and trainer comments. This way when doing an exercise you can reference back to videos and and trainer notes to easily work on form and adjustments
ChrisFit Unleashed commented
Add limited video feed back from client.
Such as showing what they're struggling with, but more importantly show how they're performing their posture. Allow them to have the option of having a check box to which exercises they're struggling with the most.
Dan DEgidio commented
It'd be great if clients could post videos in the comment sections of specific workouts. This would allow us to check form & make corrections right within a specific workout.
McKenna Lubinski commented
To be able to have clients upload short videos of them doing their exercises and be able to critique their form. Allowing them to do it as they go through their workouts
Dan DEgidio commented
I love this! As a physical therapist and running coach, I'd love a way to be able to look at people's exercise/running form by viewing videos that they send me!
Aaron Goacher commented
clients to upload videos to their workouts. A place on their profile to put in videos for exercise assessment and postural assessment. Being able to see clients and how they perform their workouts making it easier for them to upload and easier as a coach to critique.
Sebastian Bailey commented
a link next to each set for a client to upload a video of that set so I can check form, RPE, power output, etc.
Amr Moharram commented
It would be awesome to add an option for the client to record their exercise form (as adding weights and reps) in every single exercise. This would give the trainer the ability to criticize the form and correct it for the client, plus seeing the form when increasing weights (as form can go wrong when adding weights) is crucial :)
Sheldon Amosu commented
Trainerize is great but but was really sad that to not find this feature- even to upload form directly in a workout like in PTDistinction and TrueCoach. It's one the most important features I'm looking for in the trial.
I really hope you add this!
- The option for clients to upload videos intra-workout for each set of an exercise.
- The option to upload a still image or document in lieu of a video when creating custom workouts.
- A utility that allows us to create template assessments/ tracking metrics, including the option for clients to upload a series of videos in response to the tests/measures listed.
- Allow videos for custom exercises to be uploaded in portrait orientation.
Please consider these features. I have trialed most of the other online training software out there and these are glaring weaknesses to the utility of trainerise.
Truecoach, for example allows the clients to upload videos for each and every set (if desired) of an exercise they perform. This way the coach can review their form session to session, the execution is retained in their training history for future reference, we can use it to create before/after examples and so on. It also makes creating a customized assessment with video/picture tracking very simple and convenient. It is one feature with a lot of utility and versatility.
This should be an indispensable feature as far as actually providing coaching is concerned. I know the option for clients to PM us videos exists but this is a very poor substitute for my suggestion for the reasons presented above.
Sara Ennis commented
Give clients the ability to record and upload form videos directly into their workout results. That way they are saved into their profile and the client (and trainer) can look back and compare videos for progress checks.
James Marshall commented
I have my clients take a lot of form videos. Having the ability to upload them straight to their workout and under the exercise they have recorded would be a lot easier to manage.
Dave Toomer commented
I'd like to film my client's technique and attach it to that workout and then be able to refer back to it the following weeks to show improvement over time. This would be useful particularly for squat, bench and deadlift but any lift requiring ongoing specific technical coaching