As fitness coaches, our business is our bodies. We put forth the hours in the gym, studying nutrition, and keeping our clients on the path toward success. But sometimes we forget about the mental side of coaching. Just like reps in the gym, great coaches take mental reps all the time.
If you’re a coach or trainer who’s trying to figure out virtual coaching in a global pandemic don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Matter of fact, there are thousands of us trying to navigate the unsteady waters that COVID has thrown in our direction.
Being a coach is awesome—it’s just a fact.
What does your music taste say about you?
Some say that people who prefer dance music are usually outgoing, assertive, and open to new experiences. Fast-paced electronic fans tend to be more quick and aggressive compared to introverted classical music lovers.
Shellby Matullo’s life has always revolved around fitness. From the childhood days of challenging her brother in personal records to competing at the collegiate level, fitness chromosomes have been coursing through her DNA since day 1.
Have you ever wished to be the star of your own film?
Health and wellness entrepreneur, group training coach, dedicated mom, business owner, and overall fitness fanatic—these are just a few words to describe SPRNG coach, Jess McCowan.
Tired of seeing other coaches on Instagram talk about how much their online training programs have exploded?
Nikki Callon is no stranger to the health and fitness lifestyle. Her seasoned resume filled with professional and collegiate basketball player speaks for itself, not to mention both of her parents played professional sports as well.
Investing time into a coaching community can serve you from day one all the way through the end of your career. It will help you catch more clients, learn and share valuable information about your field, and establish important relationships that can give you a leg up down the road as your business grows.