Virtual Training Services

"Train with me from anywhere in the World!"

     In this day and age, many people find themselves swamped with tasks and responsibilities that consume the day, leaving minimal to no time at all to make it to a Personal Trainer for workout sessions.   Or maybe, you actually have time, but you don't have a Trainer in your area who can help you.  This may be what you need... VIRTUAL PERSONAL TRAINING.

     The point of acquiring a Personal Trainer is to receive INFORMATION, MOTIVATION and RELIABILITY.  All these things have been achieved by via "Video Chatting" due to the abilities of today's technology.   I have found great success in helping people accomplish health and fitness goals across the globe using the ZOOM Cloud Meeting APP (which is free to download). 

Read the step-by-step process below, on how to become an EVP Virtual Client from anywhere in the World!

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What is ZOOM Cloud Meeting?

Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool with a local, desktop client and a mobile app that allows users to meet online, with or without video. Zoom users can choose to record sessions, collaborate on projects, and share or annotate on one another's screens, all with one easy-to-use platform.

Zoom is a desktop video conferencing tool similar to Skype or Google Hangouts. It allows a group of people to interact in real time through audio, video and text messages. The advantage of Zoom over Skype and Hangouts is that participants do not need to share contact information with each other or create accounts.

Is Zoom similar to Skype?

How to ZOOM

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If joining from a mobile Device

If you are joining from a mobile device (Android smartphone/tablet, Apple iPhone/iPad) then it will simply prompt you to download the Zoom Cloud Meetings app from the App/Play Store.

If joining from a computer

When entering a Zoom meeting for the first time from a computer you will need to download a small application file.

This process is easy to complete on all commonly used browsers. The examples below are shown using Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.

Mozilla Firefox

Click ‘Save File’  and follow the instruction in the orange box.