Let me first clarify that nothing will beat the face-to-face experience that a 1-1 personal training session can give you. With an experienced professional coach by your side, you can be assured that your form is spot on and corrections can be made there and then, removing the risk of injury as much as possible. There is also the verbal motivation to keep you going and help you squeeze out those last couple of reps when you otherwise may have stopped, ensuring you are pushing yourself and putting in your best effort, which can of course be more difficult to do by yourself.
With that said, online coaching also provides it’s own benefits. First & foremost, the option of training whenever, wherever you want. With face-face personal training, training times & dates usually have to be set in advance and although that can be beneficial in ensuring you have a fixed time to do your workout, it can also be limiting, as life barriers can often get in the way and sometimes sessions have to be cancelled, often pushing them back by another week. This barrier is completely removed with online coaching, as upon receiving your workouts /nutrition goals and weekly goals, at the beginning of each week, you will be able to train on days and times that are most convenient to you and your lifestyle.