This Project has Evolved and is Under Construction as We Speak!
I am building a Login section on this page that will allow you to access all the workouts that I am hosting in Google Drive folder, right here on Fit-InMotion Free Workouts. If you like the Google Drive idea, don’t worry, it’s not going anywhere, and it gets even better! Not only am I going to share all my workouts through the Google Drive folder but, I’m also going to have each workout in Fit-InMotion Free Workouts embedded with it’s corresponding Google Drive folder right into it. Nifty!
You’ll be able to come to this page, make an account, sign in, and get access to a growing library of exercise videos, for free! Exercises for everyone.
How we share information is changing. It’s at the click of a button and it’s free. For some people tuning into a tv station to catch a show filled with commercials doesn’t make sense. That’ why podcasts have exploded. P90x came out in 2005 and it was a sensation. I supplemented p90x into my fitness routine for a year and a half it is was great. I love Tony Horton! But it still costs 140 dollars and only has 12 workouts in the whole thing. I think I have 12 workouts filmed already. And did I mention, it’s free!
Free Workouts Shared on GoogleDrive Through Google Groups (beta)
I have been using Google Drive to write and share workouts with clients for about 4 years. It has been a very useful tool. Keeping everything from a client’s notes to tracking their progress and of course written workouts for them to follow on their own.
The idea of sharing workouts with large groups of people has been something I’ve thought about, but never that seriously. It hit me recently. I connected the idea with Google Drive. I figured out a way to share a Universal Google Drive folder with large amounts of people! Here’s how it works!
Within Google Drive, you can share a folder with up to 200 people. There are two issues with this. One, 200 people is not that many, and two, adding people directly to a folder within Google Drive can be a security concern. So I dug deeper, and what I found, Google Groups!
Google Groups was originally created for large amounts of people to get together and create topics and discuss them. Like chat rooms. I don’t think Google Groups took off like Google had hoped so the platform does not feel up to date like some of Google’s other products. But there is one feature that is great for us!
I can add 10,000 people to one Google Group. And I can have practically as many Google Groups as I want. Each Google Group gets assigned its own email, and every member of that group is attached to that email. I can share that email with any Google Drive folder, granting every Google Group member access. Once subscribed just head over to your Google Drive folder associated with that email, look in your “Shared” section and Fit-InMotion Free Workouts” should be there.
The Google Drive Folder is growing. With a list of workouts already in there, and two written workouts with videos to go along each week! I’m excited to see what this folder turns into. I can add as much content to this folder as I want and it’s going to have more than just workouts. It’s going to have helpful lists. Lists of equipment to buy with links. Healthy recipes to get you cooking on your own. I’m going to get creative!
I’m glad you stopped by and I hope you signed up! Please share this link with your friends and family. People pay me for this all the time! Now you can have now, for free.
Coming Out Soon
- List of equipment you can get off Amazon with workouts to go along
- Workouts with minimal equipment you can do on the road
- Equipment specific exercises- full circuits with single pieces of equipment
To join the Google Group and get access to my Free Workout Drive Folder, you have to have a Gmail. To join through the “SUBSCRIBE” button below, you have to be signed in to the that Gmail in your browser. Once clicked “SUBSCRIBE” you will be redirected to my Google Group, where a pop-up box will ask if you would like to request to join. If you are not signed into your Gmail account, a pop box up will not appear. Click “Sign in” at the bottom of the page to sign in your Gmail and request access.
Click “SUBSCRIBE” to Get Access Now!
These exercise videos are designed for educational purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.