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    Hey I have wanted to start a YouTube channel for years but feel I'm to inexperienced in fitness instruction but I was wondering what neilarey Redline TheRaven Damer thought if someone who is not a team member starting a channel doing darebee workouts etc.

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    We welcome every and anyone who's willing to film him-/herself doing our workouts. There are a couple videos out there of people that use our workouts for their routine with comments on what they do or don't like about them. So if you like to do our workouts on camera, feel free to do so, as long as you state where they come from.

    Also feel free to share the link here in the forum if you like, we'd love to see it and cheer you on.

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      #3
      Here is the link to my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCip...CAxeQpYnTtfLhg

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          Thanks Redline I didn't put up when I'd be uploading (I forgot). I will try to be uploading on Sundays.

          I red the terms of service but it didn't make much sense, I know (from watching YouTube for the past 8 years) that there are some things that I shouldn't do but I'm the kind of person who is worried about the legal stuff because I don't want to get into trouble.

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                  #9
                  My new check in thread. From there I'll be posting links to my YouTube videos for you to straight to. https://darebee.com/hive/logs/583965...journey-begins

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                      Hey everyone just searched out this thread again to apologize for not having done anything on my channel in a while. It turns out that filming yourself with a mobile is harder than it looks and a £50 camera with appalling audio equipment is even worse. If you did see my 1 video that's made it, you'll see what I mean.
                      I'm thinking about making it into a fitness education/home exercise equipment channel, what do you think?

                      I'm a level 2 fitness instructor and have 10 years experience in useful home equipment.

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                        #12
                        Here's my opinion: Youtube has so many channels, especially fitness channels, that it's probably hard to find that one single niche you can occupy and find subscribers just by doing something new (not implying that you want to do that). So I don't think it would be wise to make videos of something others might want to see. Instead, I think it would be the best to make the videos you want to do, videos that excite you and that will be fun for you making. Many people here on Darebee probably will be curious what you do (me included), so I'd rather see something you are personally committed to. That being said, if a fitness education/home exercise equipment channel is what you want to do, go for it, and have fun doing so.

                        In short: Don't ask others what you want to do, if you want to do it, do it.
                        I really hope this doesn't come off as mean or aggressive, I just think your personal fun is the most important thing here and I really like to see the videos you want to make.

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                          #13
                          Nihopaloa thanks.
                          Having not got the correct equipment to make a super flashy video limits my imagination and options but a "sit down and chat" style videos like a podcast but only on video interests me. I'll do that but I definitely think fitness education (science backed education that is) needs work, especially in the UK I think.

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                            #14
                            While I understand that it's important at some point to build a brand, keep in mind that you can do some a little bit of whatever interests you as you figure out what that brand really looks like. Do some sit and chat, do some fitness science education, even do some more less than awesome workout videos. As you are starting out, it's more important to be producing regular content than for that content to necessarily match your final product. Lots of channel owners go back and revisit their own old videos to say, "so this wasn't the best, here's how I would do it now". And, for example, science is always changing, so you will have lots of opportunities to come back and say, "when I told you X, that was the best info I had available, but new studies are saying Y and here's what that could mean to your fitness lifestyle."

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                              #15
                              Kanary Nihopaloa thanks for the input. I'm going to make a start on a video idea. It's something I want to do but will take about 15 days to make. It's going to be on how effective walking in a weight vest is for weight loss/vlog style video.

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