Tips on Recording Pre-recorded Workout Videos

Workouts

When it comes to working out, there are countless options available. You can go to the gym and workout with a personal trainer, or you can subscribe to an online workout service (like Daily Burn). Either way, you’ve got choices when it comes to getting your sweat on! But what if you’re not comfortable with either of those options? Perhaps you’re more of a do-it-yourselfer who wants something that’s convenient and easy to access from anywhere. Or maybe you just want a way to stay motivated by doing something different every day—something that doesn’t feel like going through the motions. In these cases, recording your own pre-recorded workout videos could be just what the doctor ordered!

1. Use a catchy title.


In order to make sure that the viewer clicks on your video, you should use a catchy title. Try to use a title that is relevant and easy to understand. The best titles are short and descriptive because they will help the viewer know what they are about to watch before they start watching it.
For example, an effective workout video might have the following title: “4 Minute Cardio Workout for Beginners”

2. Utilize a quality background.


A quality background is important because it will help you avoid distracting the viewer’s attention. A good rule of thumb is that your background should not be too busy, or too plain. If there are too many things going on in your background then it could take away from the video itself, and if there aren’t enough things happening then it can make the video feel boring.


In addition to this, keep in mind that a dark or light background may make someone feel uncomfortable while they watch your video (which is definitely not what we want). You also want to make sure that nothing else is going on in the frame besides yourself so as not to distract from what you’re saying or doing with any visual elements such as text overlays/transitions etc…

3. Use professional recording equipment.


You should use professional recording equipment. A tripod or camera stand is necessary to avoid shaking the camera during the recording process. You will also need a microphone to capture your voice clearly, and it’s best if they are both high-quality. It would be ideal if you could use a good quality camera and microphone pair, but even just using one of each will be fine for this type of project.


If you’re going to set up lighting for your video too, make sure that it doesn’t reflect off of any windows or mirrors in the room where you’ll be recording (especially if there are people behind those windows). You’ll also want to make sure that there aren’t any bright lights behind where you’re standing—this can cause shadows on yourself that may ruin your shot!

4. Plan your content in advance.


Recording a video can take a lot of time. Before you even think about hitting the record button, make sure you have planned out all the content for your workout video.


● Decide how long your workout is going to be and what exercises will be included in it.
● Make sure that each exercise has an adequate amount of instruction so that viewers won’t feel confused or lost while trying to follow along with your movements on screen.
● Create or find some background music for each exercise (if desired).

5. Edit your video.


If you’re using video editing software, it will probably come with instructions for how to use the program. If not, there are plenty of online tutorials that can teach you how to edit your workout videos. Once you start editing your video, consider the following:


● Choose the best footage from each take. The nice thing about recording multiple takes is that it gives you more material to choose from and makes editing easier.
● Cut out any bad footage and unnecessary movements or mistakes in your exercise form at the end of each take so only one or two takes remain by the end of filming.
Add music to video or sound effects if necessary (think Rocky). Music helps set an emotional tone for a scene and often increases viewership rates because viewers are more likely to feel engaged when they hear music playing in the background while watching a video on YouTube or another platform like Facebook Live where you can share content directly with friends via their newsfeeds without having them click through multiple pages first before they get there.

6. Connect with your audience.


Another tip on how to record pre-recorded workout videos is to connect with your audience. If you’re going to create a video, it’s important to make sure that there is some kind of engagement between the creator and consumer. This can be done through providing a call-to-action at the end of each video (i.e., “If you want more workouts like this, subscribe here.”). You should also use hashtags and mentions in order to promote yourself so that other users can find your content easier on social media platforms (such as Instagram).


Another way you can connect with your audience is by using live video or streaming services like Periscope or Facebook Live. By doing this, not only will you allow viewers an opportunity for interaction but also give yourself a chance for exposure by making sure people know where else they can find the same quality content that was featured within your pre-recorded video series!
Additionally (and maybe most importantly), make sure that there are emojis used throughout each episode so as not just show off personality but also keep things interesting while scrolling through feeds too!

7. Share on social media to further reach your audience.


Once you’ve recorded the workout video, it’s time to share it with your audience. You can do this by publishing on social media and using hashtags to get more visibility.


Publish your workout videos on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter—or all four! Make sure you upload them in the right video format, use a video converter to do this: if you’re sharing on YouTube or Instagram (which use vertical video), make sure you convert your files from horizontal orientation before uploading; if posting on Facebook or Twitter (which use square-shaped photos), set up square cropping for your recording session so that only the center part of each frame is used.

8. Make sure you produce a high-quality finished product that adds value to the end user’s experience when recording a workout video.


Make sure you produce a high-quality finished product that adds value to the end user’s experience when recording a workout video. This is important for two reasons: first, it will help you build trust with your audience and second, it will help you avoid wasting time editing out mistakes in the post production process.
To ensure your videos are of high quality, follow these simple tips:
● Make sure the video is in focus. If there are any blurred sections or points where nothing on screen is sharp, re-shoot until it’s fixed! It can be tempting to edit out these parts later (because editing takes time), but if they’re too blurry they’ll just look like an ugly blur throughout the whole video—and nobody wants that!
● Make sure there aren’t any shaky sections where things are moving around too much. If there are some shaky parts but they don’t bother you too much, try shooting them again while standing still and holding onto something solid so they won’t be as bad next time around!
● Make sure lighting levels aren’t too dark or bright so eyes can see everything clearly without squinting at their computers all day long later on down south

Conclusion


Recording pre-recorded workouts is a great way to make your videos look professional and sound like they were recorded in a studio. You can use these tips to record yourself or others while doing exercises or talking about the benefits of exercise in general.

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