Learn the role of a nutrition coach (vs. a nutritionist or dietitian) and how hiring a 1-on-1 coach can help you reach your health and performance goals.
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.
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.
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.
Here is the secret to creating the perfect nutrition plan for your client: what is “perfect” for them is the plan that meets them where they’re at. The “perfect” plan takes more than just the numbers into account. Here is why.
If you’ve already read Part One of this series, you know the answer to that question. Losing fat requires a client to work with their body, not against it.
Welcome to Part One of our two-part series highlighting the ways in which undereating may lead to slower fat loss for your clients. The first part focuses on how undereating slows progress so you can understand it as a coach.