About Share It Fitness

We are a health and fitness mobile media company in that we offer the largest collection of full-length classes and instructionals on the internet. Yoga, pilates, bootcamp, ab burners, weight training, you name it, we’ve got it. All of our instructors are hand picked and deliver 15-75 minute long classes on tape. Instead of going to the studio or gym, take your class at home, on your iphone, ip…ad, or any other device you may be using. This allows you to achieve your workout wherever is most convenient for you.  Looking for more personalization?  With our virtual personal trainer, and customized workout planning, Share It Fitness constructs everything to each individual user; no more generic fitness advice. Follow along with your virtual personal trainer on any internet-enabled device and start making serious progress.  Share It Fitness is the ultimate fitness approach for the 21st century.

29 thoughts on “About Share It Fitness”

  1. Your advice about not using machines in the gym is primitive. Machines offer huge potential for isolating particular muscle groups. Free weights incorporate stabilizing muscles, but bad form can lead to serious injuries.

    Incorporate both into your workout plan, using the free weights to grow and the machines to pinpoint.

    Peace.

    1. While machines have some benefits, I strongly beleive the cons outweigh any pros. These cons being…

      -Risk of pattern overload injuries..performing the exact same movement over and over, week in week out, just sets yourself up for the potential to damage muscle, tendons, and ligaments. Free weights don’t restrict you to the same path every single time. If you think only free weights can lead to serious injury, you are mistaken.
      -False sense of strength…gym strength vs. real world strength. Machines are great for building gym strength..thats about it.
      -Static body movement patterns…take the Smith machine for example…it does not take into account body shape and forces everyone into the same linear movement. This puts many individuals at a high risk of lower back injuries while doing squats. Not to mention hip and knee problems.

      The idea that free weights are dangerous and machines are safe is a bit primitive if I may say so myself. Using free weights with PROPER form (as is always discussed and encouraged here) to grow AND pinpoint is far better than using machines, in my humble opinion.

  2. I believe there is a place in the gym for all types of equipment. Adopting different levels of instability on different days, and at different times in your workout can be helpful. Also, helping people form the right neuromuscular connections while initially learning good form is more easily accomplished on a more stable piece of equipment. Don’t get me wrong, I am a proponent of free weights and unstable pieces of equipment, as long as they are applied appropriately. I think there is a time and a place for all the different types of equipment.

  3. I believe there is a place in the gym for all types of equipment. Adopting different levels of instability on different days, and at different times in your workout can be helpful. Also, helping people form the right neuromuscular connections while initially learning good form is more easily accomplished on a more stable piece of equipment. Don’t get me wrong, I am a proponent of free weights and unstable pieces of equipment, as long as they are applied appropriately. I think there is a time and a place for all the different types of equipment.

  4. Hi there,

    I just found your website via google. I own two quality websites, runinfinity.com and delhirunners.com. Both of these are very popular running related websites and would complement the fitness theme of your website.

    Do let me know if you would be interested in exchanging links with any of our websites. Just let me know and we will work this out.

    We have just about started setting up our Partners page at http://runinfinity.com/partners

    Kind regards,

    Tanvir

  5. I’m very impressed with what I’ve seen so far! I want to introduce another avenue of help to your members. We’re excited to join your network! At the Hungry Heart we deal with clients on the emotional level of why they over eat? We get to the root of their emotional eating to help them overcome the insatiable urge for food. We would love to network with some of you, and we are now going to be offering our services via Skype! I look forward to hearing your comments.

  6. I’m very impressed with what I’ve seen so far! I want to introduce another avenue of help to your members. We’re excited to join your network! At the Hungry Heart we deal with clients on the emotional level of why they over eat? We get to the root of their emotional eating to help them overcome the insatiable urge for food. We would love to network with some of you, and we are now going to be offering our services via Skype! I look forward to hearing your comments.

  7. Hi,

    I wanted to inform you of the 2011 Fitness and Health Bloggers Conference, scheduled for June 24-26 in Boulder, Colorado.

    http://www.FitnessBloggersConference.org

    This conference will be a gathering of bloggers from throughout North America who specialize in the areas of fitness or health. I live in Boulder and can tell you it is a very active, healthy city and the perfect place for this conference.

    Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to be included in conference updates. Find us on Twitter @fitnessbloggers

    I hope you can join us!

  8. Hi,

    I wanted to inform you of the 2011 Fitness and Health Bloggers Conference, scheduled for June 24-26 in Boulder, Colorado.

    http://www.FitnessBloggersConference.org

    This conference will be a gathering of bloggers from throughout North America who specialize in the areas of fitness or health. I live in Boulder and can tell you it is a very active, healthy city and the perfect place for this conference.

    Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to be included in conference updates. Find us on Twitter @fitnessbloggers

    I hope you can join us!

  9. Hello,

    I am really interested in advertising on your website, and was hoping to learn more about rates and options? Please get back to me so we can get something in place.

    Thanks for your time,

    Zemfira

  10. Thanks for visiting my blog, Play a Good Knife and Fork (http://blog.pknewby.com) and for the like on my piece about the Union Square Greenmarket in NYC! Appreciate it! Looks like you are doing some cool things here to make it easier for people to stay (or get) in shape. If you’re ever looking for a nutrition scientist/foodie perspective (and serious fitness enthusiast & marathoner on the side;) )guest post, give me a shout! Cheers, @pknewby

  11. Thanks for visiting my blog, Play a Good Knife and Fork (http://blog.pknewby.com) and for the like on my piece about the Union Square Greenmarket in NYC! Appreciate it! Looks like you are doing some cool things here to make it easier for people to stay (or get) in shape. If you’re ever looking for a nutrition scientist/foodie perspective (and serious fitness enthusiast & marathoner on the side;) )guest post, give me a shout! Cheers, @pknewby

  12. I just wanted to express my appreciation for this website and blog. I really enjoy your posts and advice on healthy eating and workouts. My husband and I are currently doing the Total Body Blitz program finishing up week three. We both enjoy it very much. I wanted to know if there was a way I could donate to your website continuance. Please email me and thank you again 🙂

    1. Thank you so much Elsa! So glad to hear you and your husband are doing the Body Blitz, keep it up and let me know how you feel afterwards! What you can do for me is sign up at http://www.shareitfitness.com if you haven’t already:) You will be notified of our launch and will receive a free month pass to our website (with LOTS of video workouts!) Thanks again for your feedback, really appreciate it!

    2. Also…we’re looking for testimonials from our readets/users. If you’d like, we’d love to have you write a few sentences for us and allow us to feature it on our website. Let me know if you’re interested! 🙂

      1. Sure! Should I finish the Total Body Blitz beforehand? I could have my husband and I. I might even be able to produce pictures of my results from when I started.

      2. That’d be great..thanks so much. WHy don’t you stick with the program and take a few pics at 4, 8, and 12 weeks..if it’s not too much hassle. Appreciate it!

  13. This blog is great! I read your articles religiously and forward the knowledge I learn here to friends/family members! I wanted to ask your advice on what a diet should look like for a female who is very thin, eats mildly healthy, and wants to tone up her backside (hamstrings, glutes, etc) for the summer? I have her doing circuit workouts (with weights) 3 times a week, 2 days of cardio, and 2 days to rest.
    Thanks, SF

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