Nicole is a WAG coach and competitive weightlifter. She is also a high school counselor in the Pacific Northwest and is often easily talked into pull-up competitions by the students she works with. She loves hiking, reading, and hanging out with her fiancé and Black Labrador, Adrian.
Brittany is a coach and our Director of Coaching here at WAG Nutrition. She is a registered Dietician and has been with our team since 2016. Get to know a little more about her:
When it comes to nutrition and habit change, mindset plays a major role in your success. These six books can help you with your mindset, planning, and understanding of the way you relate to your food behaviors.
When it comes to being a successful nutrition, fitness, or wellness coach, the thing that sets you apart is you. Your knowledge, ability to connect and build trust with clients, the results you help your clients achieve, and the nutrition coaching software you use.
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.
“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.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a big list of proven methods nutrition coaches use to get clients? I mean, if someone created this list, all you’d have to do is make your way through the framework, put in the effort, and BOOM... You’d start really attracting the kind of people you want to work with.
Creating a coaching value system is key to your personal growth and the growth of your clients. It also plays a big role in the success of your business.
Learn to narrow down your niche as a nutrition coach to set yourself apart from your competitors AND help attract your ideal clients.
Want to stand out in the nutrition coaching industry? The key is developing your brand voice in a way that is authentic and compelling to your audience. We get it, it can feel scary to find and trust your voice. But, it isn’t as difficult as it may sound or seem.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance that you’ve worked with a nutrition coach, have experienced transformation in one or more areas of your life and are looking to become a coach yourself. Well, you’ve come to the right place!
Over the past five years of coaching clients, one thing that I have seen to be true time and time again is this: The deeper you connect with your clients, the more trust you gain. More trust leads to stronger buy-in and ultimately better results.