Ugh, I just love Trader Joe’s. Not only because the foods are delish, reasonably priced and there is always something new to try, but also because everything there is so darn easy to cook.
At WAG Nutrition, we get questions like, “why has my weight loss stalled?”, “how do I know if I need a reverse diet?” and “when should I start a reverse diet, anyway? Is it really possible to lose fat by reverse dieting?”. We’re answering those questions starting with the big one: What is reverse dieting, anyway?
“Can I make money as a nutrition coach?” I get this question a lot. Today, I’m chatting all about how becoming an online nutrition coach can be more than just a cute little hobby and - in fact - make you money.
Coaching vegan and vegetarian clients as a nutrition coach may seem overwhelming at first. This demographic presents a few challenges in terms of what they can and can’t eat to hit their protein target. With a foundation-based perspective and these five simple tips for coaching vegan and vegetarian clients, you’ll feel confident providing your plant-based clients with actionable steps to feel their best.
“Cheat day” is a buzz phrase that has been floating around the diet and nutrition space for years and today, we’re chatting all about how to help your clients beat cheat day mentality so they can build trust with themselves and their relationship with the foods they choose to enjoy.
Have you ever found yourself sitting in front of your computer Googling questions like “What is a nutrition coach?”, “Do I need a nutrition coach?” or “What is the difference between a nutrition coach and a nutritionist?”
As a nutrition coach, you will work with many different types of people. Some clients will be super engaged and communicative while others would prefer you take the lead. Some will follow your suggestions to a T well while others will need more encouragement. You may even come across clients who will want you to help them with alternatives to macro tracking.
Nutrition coaching is often the key reason people come to you, but creating a safe space for your clients is why someone will stay. The role of a nutrition coach is not to tell a client exactly what to do and demand they do it to a T. It is your job to work with your client to find solutions that best fit their lifestyle by asking questions that help guide them to find what works best for them.
Are you trying to generate referrals for your nutrition coaching business but can’t quite figure out where to start? Or, does the question “how do I generate referrals for nutrition coaching” keep you up at night? If so, you’re not alone. Asking current clients to refer their friends, family and gym partners could be the business game-changer you’re missing.
“Do I need an email list?” As a nutrition coach, you may find yourself asking this question on the reg. And, if you’re reading this post you probably already have an inkling of what the answer is going to be... The quick answer is YES! You need an email list.
It’s been a long time coming and we’re excited to announce that Working Against Gravity has partnered up with MacrosFirst to give our members the best app syncing experience possible.
One of the biggest challenges you may face as a nutrition coach is helping your clients eat more protein. If a client has never followed a macronutrient-based nutrition plan, the idea of hitting a specific ‘protein goal’ may be completely foreign to them. As a coach, you will need to educate your clients on the importance of protein, what their protein options are and how to eat enough protein in their day.