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Why You Need a Fitness Coach!

Truth be told, I don't even know where to begin. I'll just start you with proper information on why fitness coaches are the most efficient way of progressing.


If by at the end you want to hire me, that's totally awesome. If not, then that's fine too - at least you may learn something.

I believe EVERYBODY should have a fitness coach. In fact, I have a fitness coach myself - and for good reasons:


  1. Paying somebody to do ALL the thinking for you,

  2. Stop WONDERING what's next,

  3. LEARN something in every conversation,

  4. Takes away all EMOTIONAL BIAS, And the most important factor:

  5. ACCOUNTABILITY.


When you have a coach, it's hard to come up with an excuse for why you're not getting results. Because you're paying somebody to have the most critical, objective, and analytical view of you to get you EXACTLY where you need.


"So, Thomas, does that mean I can assume that getting a coach will GUARANTEE me success, right?"


Nope. Here's why...


Too many people select the wrong coach for them, or there are too many bad coaches out there. It's evident that there's a lot of bad coaches out there. But NOT all of them are bad.


Amongst all the bad coaches out there, there are some good ones and a handful of great ones. How good or great they actually are depending on a few factors:

  1. The amount of research and thought they have put into their methods.

  2. Efficiency in getting to know a person's body and create programming for the CLIENT's goals - not their own.

  3. Effectively TEACH their clients about proper nutrition and training.


From this, you should assume that if you find somebody who has all the 3 key components of being a great coach you will finally start making magic happen, right?


Nope! Guess again!

When buying a fitness coach, you're not buying the programming or the lessons - you're buying a relationship and a trust bond.

Despite what many people believe, a coach is not only a thinker. Along with being your fitness consultant. Your coach is a friend, a mentor, a stress reliever, and the vast majority of the time, your is your therapist.


"Haha... you've got to be kidding me."


Nope, not at all. When you're paying somebody to entrust them with ALL the details of your life. Sometimes, that bond may never happen and you'll never see them as a proper mentor, consultant, or listener. If you're the one that never opened up to your coach, I highly suggest you do. You can't spend months or even years with somebody without developing this type of relationship. Unfortunately, it doesn't happen to everybody.


From this, the REAL list of criteria for when selecting a coach should look something like this:

  1. They are constantly researching and placing thoughts into their methods.

  2. Effectiveness on getting to know your body and create programming based on those responses and YOUR OWN goals - not their own.

  3. The ability to be a good mentor that EDUCATES you on proper nutrition and training along the journey.

  4. Your coach should be a person that YOU COULD CONSIDER A GOOD/BEST FRIEND.


Makes sense? Of course, it does.

When you're seeking a fitness coach, be sure to do your research on them based on the above criteria.


I am taking only a few clients on, so apply NOW if I was you – I am receiving many contacts each month and I'd hate for you to miss out on it or get caught on my waiting list.


Sounds good? Of course, it does. See you on the other side.


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