iTrain, MP3 Workouts by Personal Trainers

itrain mp3 workoutYou may have noticed a lot of youngsters nowadays are into listening music through their mp3 players. However, do you know that this nifty device you could actually help you lose weight? Introducing the iTrain, a subscription-based program that provides personalized workouts downloaded to your mp3 player. The instructions are relayed through your headphones while you participate in a number of exercises from running on a threadmill, cycling, strength training, pilates, yoga, and even ballet workouts.

The iTrain is a brainchild of Hollywood fitness expert Grace Lazenby, who has trained celebrities and even has her own exercise video series. It aims to "democratize personal training" by talking to you through workouts. It was also created to provide your very own personal trainer in the comfort of your home, without the hassle of popping another DVD and the feeling of boredom you get while having a workout at home.

Each workout you chose includes the trainer’s voice providing you with step-by-step instructions, which are accompanied by music to help you keep motivated as you move. The exercise instruction are also available on video format or through a PDF file, which you can download into your computer, for a clearer view on how to do the exercise. The exercise program, which is updated every month, is create by a team of fitness specialists based upon their areas of expertise.

The exercise program also comes with an iTrain Diet that you can download as well. It contains different diet tips that you should do for six weeks. The corresponding eating plan is supposed to allow you to lose 5 to 10 pounds in two weeks.

The advantage of iTrain is that it costs much, much lower than having a personal trainer. It also comes with a variety of payment options. For instance, you can choose whether to pay a 12-month package worth $79.99, a one-month subscription of $9.99, or a per workout plan costing between $0.99 to $11.99 per download. It also works on many models of mp3 players.

However, the exercise program is so broad and generalized that it does not provide information on which workouts you should choose for a particular fitness level.

Overall, iTrain is a portable guide to lose weight and to stay in shape. Its portability factor makes it all more convenient and lessens the excuse why you shouldn’t be getting that workout for today. The iTrain’s ever-changing menu of workouts keeps things new and fresh.