FeaturesDeveloping a Home-Based Body Weight Physical Activity/Exercise ProgramZheng, YuanDian M.A., EIM II; Li, Haoyu B.S., Ed.M.; Gao, Kevin M.S.; Gallo, Paul M. Ed.D., FACSM, ACSM-EP, ACSM-CEP, ACSM-GEI, EIM-II Author Information YuanDian Zheng, M.A., EIM-II,is an alumnus of the Applied Exercise Physiology Program in the Department of Biobehavioral Science at Teachers College, Columbia University. He is currently a medical student at Kansas City University. His research interests include clinical and animal studies related to microsurgery, orthopedics, surgical oncology, health, and fitness promotion. Haoyu Li, B.S., Ed.M.,is a student in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, class of 2024. His research interests include heart rate variability, neurodegenerative diseases, exoskeleton application, biomechanical analysis, and fitness promotion. Kevin Gao, M.S.,is a recent graduate of Data Science in the Department of Data Science Institute at SEAS Columbia University. He is a technology enthusiast specializing in web development, web design, and software architecture with a focus on creating and optimizing viable solutions in various verticals and enterprises. His research interests include artificial intelligence, programming languages, software engineering, and computational social sciences. Paul M. Gallo, Ed.D., FACSM, ACSM-EP, ACSM-CEP, ACSM-GEI, EIM-II,is the director of Exercise Science and Wellness at Norwalk Community College and an adjunct faculty at Teachers College Columbia University. He holds a doctoral degree in applied exercise physiology from Teachers College Columbia University and is a fellow of ACSM. Paul serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Clinical Exercise Physiology, associate editor of ACSM's Certification column for ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal®, and chair of ACSM's CCRB Continuing Professional Education Subcommittee, and he is the immediate past-president of the New England Chapter of ACSM. Disclosures: The authors declare no conflict of interest and do not have any financial disclosures. ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal: 3/4 2022 - Volume 26 - Issue 2 - p 20-28 doi: 10.1249/FIT.0000000000000746 Buy SDC Metrics AbstractIn Brief Apply It! • Research shows barriers to PA exist due to varieties of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. The COVID-19 pandemic has further confounded public engagement in PA. Home-based body weight exercise training may be a potential intervention to remedy these barriers. • Fitness professionals can educate their clients in a remote setting using the information related to home-based exercise programming and body weight exercise options presented in this article, supplemental information, and freely accessible resources also provided. • Home-based video personal training can be implemented to increase the interaction between fitness professionals and clients. This article gives suggestions for the virtual implementation of home-based bodyweight training to promote PA. Copyright © 2022 by American College of Sports Medicine.