help achieve their goals. The ultimate evidence is only found after a trial period. The perfect program can look great on paper, but as someone begins to execute it, it’s a flop. You take the reins and put a stop to the movement, program, etc. that isn’t working. As a coach, it’s my job to then problem solve and find another way to achieve the goals they want. But the member is always in the driver’s seat. Today we’re unpacking what that looks like and how you can be a better advocate for yourself.
This week we’re filtering the bullshit of the health and fitness industry. Don’t get me wrong, I love it. But there is SO MUCH INFORMATION. Not to mention the thousands of products, programs, and services that are offered that are just downright poor quality or even harmful. We’re going to build a 4-question filter that you can use to find out if a program IS (or could be) a good fit for you.
A health and fitness journey is a lifetime. Often, we set out with a goal, pick an end date, and it's full steam ahead from there. But, in reality, our fitness journey never really ends. We may achieve some goals but others are right around the corner to take their place. This is why I'm … Continue reading Learning to Love the Process
Hey there, everyone! Thank you so much for taking the time to listen, read, and following along with my new passion project. It is my hope that each episode leaves you with actionable takeaways that you can implement into your life immediately. This podcast will cover all of the topics that I work with clients … Continue reading What does it mean to fuel your freedom?