Faced with the corona virus: sportsmen and coaches are adapting
The health crisis linked to the corona virus has affected several sectors. Sport is one of the areas most affected by this virus. The sportsmen and women who are victims of this crisis are looking for ways and means to adapt. Follow in this article some of the provisions that allow sportsmen and women to adapt to the restrictions that the corona virus health crisis has brought about.
The rise of life distance learning sports courses
To limit the spread of the corona virus, large gatherings are no longer allowed. So sports coaches and trainers are now turning to distance learning. Indeed, with the help of a smartphone device and numerous applications invented as zoom as well as an Internet connection, sportsmen and women are transforming their flats into real gyms.
Some applications allow the trainer to control the player's diet and even monitor his physical progress. It is true that some sportsmen do not appreciate these methods, but they are very effective and allow sportsmen to reach their goal.
The exclusive distribution of sports e-books
An exceptional situation requires an exceptional measure. Apart from the many online sports courses, sports coaches and trainers are currently producing e-books that focus on physical exercises. The sale of these books allows the publishers (sports coaches) to make a profit and also to continue to give better advice to their clients. In these e-books, several themes are developed in order to allow each client to find for his account.
The rise of live sports session recordings
Recordings of sports sessions help busy people who could not follow the live sessions, to perform sports exercises at home without any discomfort at any time. These exercises give these people the opportunity to continue practicing sport and to stay fit. In addition, there has been a marked increase in the creation of sports blogs, which are used by sports coaches to give advice and also to attract the attention of Internet users who can request their services.