Where have you been? Are you taking on new clients? Do you still coach? I was regularly asked these questions. Friends, family, and acquaintances all asked, wanted, and needed advice. I answered their questions and helped them the best I could. So what are those answers?
Where have you been? Over the coarse of the past months I have been quietly increasing my knowledge in Sports and Exercise Nutrition, as well as trying out different careers. Does this mean that I am giving up on coaching? No, not at all. Actually, quite the opposite. I have been doing the best I can to build a business while I support my family. I have been testing out a different career in an exploratory position, which ended up not working out. It was a great experience and I would love to try it again. During this process I signed up for a course about becoming certified in Sports and Exercise Nutrition. I am happy to say, I have completed and passed the course and I am not a Certified Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor.
Do you still coach? I most certainly do. My clients I have had, will always be a part of my life and I continue to keep in touch with them and help them with any questions or issues that arise. Some have maintained their results, others have improved on them, some have lost some ground. I am excited to say that most are recommitting during this upcoming month and are looking to proceed further in their journey to health and wellness. They know the routine, they know what to expect, they know what it takes, and now they are ready to rock it out to the sunset of a healthier life.
Are you taking on new clients? You bet your soon to be firm butt that I do! I am always accepting new clients from all walks of life. I have been successful with single, dating, and married individuals. I have been successful with people in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s! I have been successful with men and women. It didn’t matter if the client worked at home, or in an office, inside, or out. They all achieved results to some extent. Who was most successful? Those who were disciplined and ready to work. This is a commitment, not a quick fix. Honesty, work, and education are the three tools that lead to my most successful clients. Those who told me about their short comings, those who told me about their weaknesses physically and mentally, and those who were willing to re-learn a healthy lifestyle were the most successful. I saw people who went from eating McDonald’s daily, and eatting more calories than a family of four, turn their lives around completely and realize that you can eat healthy and do so with great flavor and not make a huge hit to the budget!
So, are you ready to transform your outside to match your inside? Your body’s job is to take care of you, it is time to return the favor and take car of your body!