I design an application that allows users to train at home.
I have a step (let's call it step 1) in which the user must be able to "sync" (step 2) with the app for future exercises. During this synchronization period (step 2), the user has to move his body or just move – the way he has to move is presented through a video on the screen.
Suppose the screen looks like this, with a title, an image of the position that the user must take and a small description. The call to action must again remind the user that he must be able – in the example, I have used a general CTA.
Once the user has clicked on the "CTA" button, he goes to step 2. The screen of step 2 looks like the screen of the user. Step 1, the image being replaced by a video and the absence of button. Once the synchronization is ready, the user receives a message (success or failure).
- When the user goes from step 1 to step 2, he is not ready to perform what he sees in the video in order to synchronize him. He must first re-read what he is supposed to do, even though I have prepared it in the previous step on what he is supposed to do. By not moving when he reaches Step 2 and waiting to deal with what he has to do, the step seems a lot harder than it is. actually and sometimes, synchronization fails.
Already tried: move the video, as well as the initial position, in step 1 so that it can preview what it is supposed to do. Sometimes users start playing at step 1 and they are tired and complain that the timing does not occur.
I am looking for any possible solution that would facilitate the process and solve the problem.
Possible solution: I thought about it when writing this. When the user arrives at step 2, inform him of what he has to do and add a big countdown when he can start performing this move / action . Maybe during this countdown, he will be able to prepare himself.
LE: The synchronization process (step 2) captures the user's movement and compares it to the video. In this way, for the following exercises, he knows which leg is the left leg, which arm is the left arm, and so on. Synchronization takes between 10 to 15 seconds, but nothing is too difficult. The actions that the user must perform are simple: lift your knee, hand, etc.
Another mention is that this process must be performed each time the user begins training.
LE2: Age demographics using the application is 40 years old and over