HOW TO SPOT A BAD COACH AND HOW TO CHOOSE A GOOD COACH
How do we choose a nutrition, mindset, fitness coach these days? or something that covers all of these categories? With so many people in the fitness industry claiming to provide coaching services it can all get a little confusing.
I have had over 10 years of experience in the health and fitness industry and let me tell you this. I have learned many things the hard way and I have firsthand had experience with not-so-great coaches.
It actually cost me my health! quite scary right?
You pay your hard-earned $$$ to someone to help you reach your body composition goals and you put all your trust in them to get you there in a healthy and sustainable way.
But unfortunately not all coaches have your best interests in mind.
Let me take out some of the guess work for you.
In this video, I cover what I look for in a good coach and what I think it means to be a good coach!
I also cover my experiences with “bad” coaches in the past and the red flags that you can look for if you are questioning whether your coach is right for you or not.
But something I want to know is … have you ever had a negative experience with a coach?
What did they do that made your red flag alarm bells go off? I bet when
So you guys let’s talk about how to find a good coach. What constitutes a good coach and I’m talking about nutrition coach or a fitness coach, right?
That’s something I’ve been getting asked about a lot and particularly, you know, how do you know if a coach is worth what they’re charging for their time. Rather than going through like points of what constitutes a good coach or what to really look for in point form, I don’t want to do that because there’s a lot of great coaches out there and they don’t all fit into that same mold.
What I want to do is share with you my experience on working with a good coach. I’ve definitely worked with bad coaches before too. So I’ll share with you what I think you should look for on both aspects.