Your exercise library is home to short-form videos like single exercises and circuits
The steps outlined in this article can be completed in the creator app or on a desktop using the admin panel
On Playbook, you can provide your fans with both long-form classes and short-form workouts. Creating both types of content is a great way to give your subscribers a variety of options. We have already covered how to upload long-form videos using your video library, so now we will go over how to create short-form workouts using your exercise library. This will be helpful for creating workouts in the future because the videos you need will already be uploaded.
Short-form videos can be an exercise video or a circuit.
An exercise video is:
Used for a single exercise that is not part of a set.
Note: You have to upload a video to the exercise library, then create a workout (more on that below), and choose videos to add to that workout from your video library.
You can leave the app while your video is uploading (upload will continue in the background and you will get a notification when it’s complete).
Keep in mind it can take over 30 minutes to upload some videos depending on length and internet connection.
Pull down to refresh to check up on your upload status.
And you’re done! Now you know how to navigate your exercise library and upload short-form videos to create workouts and circuits for your fans. Use these tools to upload new workouts to your app!
If you find yourself stuck building out your app's exercise library, we’re here to help!
We understand that video creation can be time consuming and you might not have enough hours in the day. That’s why we offer a number of Playbook Creator Services, including Library Buildout and Video Formatting, Editing, and Library Buildout.
With these services, we will add your videos to your app’s library and add descriptions to each exercise, or edit your videos from horizontal to vertical format.