There are a LOT of Beachbody coaches out there and each has their own unique focus and reasons behind why they’ve chosen to coach. Different people fit best with different coaches and I’m looking to work with clients who resonate with how and why I coach. If you’re looking to start Beachbody or just aren’t feeling a good fit with your current coach, these points might help you decide if I might be a good fit for you.
- My life is probably a LOT like yours.
Coaching isn’t my only job, so I understand what it’s like to fit workouts and meal prep in between the demands of a full time job, spouse, work, dogs, and other hobbies. I also have the experience of having a teenager with ASD and ADHD. I’ve had injuries and times in my life where my fitness has lapsed and I’ve gotten VERY overweight. My house isn’t usually Instagram worthy and I’m not a tall leggy model type. I’m just a regular person like you, trying to make my health and fitness better. I bring all that experience to coaching and helping you meet your goals while still living your life.
- I don’t care how much or little you buy.
I have heard of some coaches who don’t give their time or attention to clients that aren’t buying a lot of stuff. That doesn’t really fit with my reasons for doing all this. I don’t care what you purchase from Beachbody or how often you do. As long as you’re doing something, anything in Beachbody, I’m happy to cheer you on, have you in my accountability groups to keep you motivated, and be a resource for any questions or concerns you might have. Truth is…I’ve never been much of a salesperson, but I love serving others and helping them reach their own goals.
- I became a coach to help people.
I originally signed up to be a Beachbody coach simply because I wanted the coach discount on their products. That’s it. I had zero intention of coaching others. Then, I began working out with a friend who was doing Beachbody and helping her find the workouts that fit her best and I realized…”Hey…I really like this! It’s fun and satisfying helping her find what works for and seeing her feel better!” So, I decided I would take a step that is so completely out of character and put myself out there for others. Normally, I prefer to just do my own thing behind the scenes, but if it took being vulnerable and open to others to help even just one person begin to shift the momentum of their health in a positive direction? I was willing to do it.
- I am engaged with my clients.
I have heard of some coaches that sign people up and then…maybe send a few emails. That’s it. Some people doing Beachbody don’t even know who their coach is! I’m engaged with my clients. I treat them like my friends and I follow up with them to see how their doing and offer assistance. I want to see them succeed, whatever success looks like for them. I’m willing to be available and actively engaged in their journey because I feel that’s what the title “coach” really implies. Which brings me to my last point…
- I make my client’s goals MY own.
I have my own fitness and nutrition goals, but that doesn’t mean that those are yours. I have coached people who have some very serious health issues and huge amounts of weight to lose. I’ve also coached someone who was underweight and needed to gain weight. I’ve coached people who have specific fitness goals, like to run a 5k as well as those who have more vague goals, like “I want to look better in my clothes.” I have tried out workouts I never would have done myself just to help a client find the right fit for them. I try to find out what my clients want to do and what their likes and dislikes are and then help them find the programs that will help them get them there at the lowest cost in both money spent and time invested outside their busy lives.
So, if any of this resonates with you and you want a coach and accountability groups that are positive and engaged, reach out to me and let’s talk about how I might be able to help you meet your own fitness and/or nutrition goals!