Online trainers need to be sure to have good internet connection to make their online training programs work.
That’s why we put together this article to help you make your online training journey more enjoyable.
In this article, we’ll discuss some ways to improve your online experience by optimizing the quality of your internet connection.
You might also like to check out our article How to make your internet service faster and easier to use.
Disable your home VPN and connect to the internet from a public network or router 2.
Use a VPN service with a higher speed 3.
Use VPN to access your online trainer programs with a secure connection 4.
Use the best security options to keep your training sessions private 5.
Use good security software to protect your online sessions from hackers 6.
Disable cookies and other cookies that might be used by online trainers to track your progress 7.
Use secure browser cookies to prevent tracking by online training providers 8.
Avoid sites that use advertising and offer a lower price 9.
Use third party ad networks 10.
Don’t connect to an unsecured wifi network 11.
Use your computer to browse the web on a secure network 12.
Enable a firewall on your router or network 13.
Use security software like Firewall Ultimate 14.
Limit the amount of time you spend on a website 15.
Use software that can automatically limit your web browser activity to only a few minutes 16.
Disable automatic updates for online training software 17.
Use an automated app that checks for updates 18.
Limit your usage of mobile devices 19.
Check for malware and spyware 21.
Use browser extensions like the AdBlock Plus extension 22.
Set up a private network for your online workouts 23.
Check your local area network for online trainers 24.
Enable your firewall to block the internet 25.
Don�t use a VPN app or VPN server 26.
Disable Google Chrome or Firefox 27.
Use Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to access online training sites 28.
Use Firefox or Chrome to access the internet 29.
Set your firewall settings to block web traffic to your online trainers 30.
Disable any cookies or other cookies from websites that are not authorized by your internet provider 31.
Disable third party cookies that are being used to track you 32.
Use encryption software like PGP 33.
Set an automatic update to prevent updates from being downloaded by your training software 34.
Use Tor to protect yourself from online training tracking 35.
Check if your network is secure enough to connect to your training site 36.
Don a safe password when logging into a training website 37.
Use anti-virus software to block your internet from being tracked by online fitness sites 38.
Limit access to websites that track you 39.
Use private browsing sessions on the internet to access websites without tracking you 40.
Disable web browsers and other software that collect your personal information 41.
Don the same clothes you normally wear on the job 42.
Set a password for your internet browser or other software to prevent it from being used 43.
Use web browser extensions that block advertisements 44.
Disable ads on the websites you visit 45.
Use privacy settings to protect you from online tracking 46.
Use SSL to encrypt your internet traffic to protect against eavesdropping 47.
Disable unnecessary advertisements and cookies from online trainers 49.
Set default preferences for the websites that you visit 50.
Don your work clothes, socks, or underwear when you log into your online workout websites 51.
Use HTTPS for websites that ask for your login credentials 52.
Don an unencrypted wifi connection to the online trainer site 53.
Don internet browsing sessions that are too short to complete 54.
Set the privacy settings for your web browsing sessions 55.
Don cookies or software that use tracking tools 56.
Limit usage of the internet for online exercises 57.
Don browser cookies that collect information about you 59.
Set any online session settings that allow you to complete an online exercise without being tracked 60.
Set preferences for your home wifi network or home network to prevent any tracking cookies or information from being collected 61.
Use firewall rules to block access to sites that are connected to your internet network 62.
Disable browser extensions from tracking you 63.
Set privacy settings on your computer that block all tracking software and advertising that is hosted on your system 64.
Set firewall rules that block access from sites that may be tracking you 65.
Use default settings for internet connections on the router or router connected to the Internet 66.
Set security settings on the browser to block any browser tracking that is located on the page you are visiting 67.
Set settings on Firefox or Chromium to block advertising from websites you are on 68.
Set browser settings to restrict the amount or type of data that is collected about you 69.
Use Firewall for your network security 70.
Set preference settings on Internet Explorer for the