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New Video iPod Workouts Put Personal Trainer at Your Side, Fraction of the Cost

Leawood, KS, June 26, 2008 --( With the development of downloadable ipod workouts, gym-goers and people looking to get fit have a new tool in the battle of the bulge. The ability to listen to a personal trainer coach you through a workout has proved innovative – now these workouts have reached a new level. is an online fitness resource providing downloadable video resistance-training programs, complete with personal trainer demonstrations of every movement, straight to your video ipod, mp3, zune or home computer. Whether you want to train at the gym, the privacy of your home, or at the local park one of the video workouts will fit your needs. Each program is designed to increase lean muscle, decrease body fat, and improve the overall health of the individual.

To get started, simply log on to and for an affordable monthly fee of $24.99, click on the desired workout format, download to your ipod and begin training. No contracts, no high-pressure sales and no boredom, as the site is updated with brand-new workouts for you to choose from every month and the flexibility to cancel at any time.

No video ipod? No problem, since each downloadable workout includes an audio and video file, you can observe every movement and learn the proper technique on a home computer, then listen to the audio version during the workout. You choose the workouts that fit your lifestyle; if you aren’t getting the most out of your gym membership the PersonalPODtraining weight room workout is perfect for you. For the stay-at-home moms or those who prefer more privacy and convenience, the PersonalPODtraining home workout will fit your needs. Maybe you would rather train outdoors or need a workout that doesn’t require equipment, the PersonalPODTraining body weight workout will be your choice.

Joel Harmon, creator of has been in the fitness industry for over 10 years, holds his M.S. in Kinesiology from Cal State Northridge and currently owns two personal training studios in Kansas and Nebraska. With obesity on the rise, his goal has been to make personal training available and affordable to everyone. “There are some people who desperately need to work with a trainer, but just can’t afford it. This was my motivation for creating, to give everyone who has the desire, an opportunity to get healthy,” explains Harmon.

Launched in late 2007, is an online fitness resource providing downloadable video workouts to your ipod, mp3, zune or home computer. For more information visit to view one of the Free Sample Workouts.

Amy Ventetuolo
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