A couple of months back we talked about the difference between a personal trainer and a fitness coach. They both may sound the same but the duties are different. Mainly a personal trainer is one who you meet with, whether at a gym or at your home, and guides you through a workout.
Our focus here this time around is to dive into the role of a fitness coach and what I do.
A fitness coach provides a few things:
With a fitness coach, a level of self-motivation, self-discipline is required. You won't have a coach standing next to you giving you instructions during your session. What you will get though with a coach is some staying on you consistently, making sure that the workouts they designed for you, and any other tasks given are completed on time.
I've brought up accountability and consistency quite a few times over various different posts, and it's because those are the key ingredients to successfully making improvements to yourself. We fail at bettering our health and wellness due no one holding us accountable. Then we're not consistent. We don't see the results we want and then we quit.
As a coach, quitting is not an option for my clients. We're in this together so we work as a team to reach that goal. As a coach, regular check-ins are provided to ensure we're staying on the right path.
Picture a bridge with you on one side and I on the other. The middle of the bridge is unfinished and needs some work done on it in order to be completed. We'll meet at the middle of that bridge with me giving you all the tools and discipline needed. From there we'll work as a team to get the job done!
So, let's get started!
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