24 Hour Fitness

Mindmap on the benefits of incorporating social media and e-learning in the 24 Hour Fitness training program for Personal Trainers

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1. References

1.1. E-Learning Theory. (2016). Retrieved from http://www.learning-theories.com/e-learning-theory-mayer-sweller-moreno.html

1.2. E-Learning Theory. (2016). Retrieved from http://www.learning-theories.com/constructivism.html

1.3. Richardson, J., & Swan, K. (2003, February). Examing social presence in online courses in relation to students' perceived learning and satisfaction. JALN, 7(1), 68-88. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2142/18713

1.4. images retrieved from meindmeister library

2. Social Learning

2.1. Learning occurs through observation and interaction with others rather than in isolation ("E-Learning Theory", 2016). Personal Trainers can benefit form connecting with other trainers and observing their techniques and communicating strategies for accomplishing similar goals

3. Constructivisim

3.1. The learning process is active that continues to build off of personal perceptions and results that occur through personal experiences ("E-Learning Theory", 2016). The role of a fitness trainer is to continue to adapt their skills to the needs of their clients and the results of a training program.

4. E-Learning and Student Motivation

4.1. Students become active learners through social platforms and e-learning environments (Richardson & Swan, 2003).

4.2. Student participation is improved because of flexibility through access and increase involvement because of reduction in potential discrimination through e-learning channels (Richardson & Swan, 2003).

4.3. An increase in social discussion engages students in a learning experience beyond traditional classroom lecture and provides students with additional motivation to actively participate in course material.

5. Adult Learning Theories

6. E- Learning Theory

6.1. The delivery of learning audio, visual, and text increases comprehension of learning. The delivery of Fitness training through e-learning provides the audience with a clear understanding of training methods and procedural implementation ("E-Learning Theory", 2016).

7. Ethical Considerations

7.1. The delivery of fitness content should maintain quality recommendations that do not put clients at risk. Social learning could promote a training program without proper review process.

7.2. Social Media requires management to avoid providing access to individuals that no longer have employment or an audience that is not authorized.

7.3. Shared content must have guidelines to avoid material that is offensive or provides a negative image of the company or participants.

8. Training Program Competencies

8.1. Overhead Squat Assessment can be reviewed through social media channels to ensure proper execution.

8.2. Sales Presentations through Health and Fitness Consultations can be conducted through live viewing channels to provide appropriate feedback.