By Coach Nadia

Coaching is a vital contribution by way of growth for individuals who are looking to achieve their goals: Coaching creates a container to explore and discover many things: goals, behaviors, limiting beliefs, and different perspectives to name a few. Coaching illuminates blind spots and promotes clarity and intentions and facilitates deconditioning and breaking of cycles, so different results are achieved. The coach’s accountability ensures a resonate transformation takes place that is unique to the client. Without accountability, it’s easy to slip back into old habits and thought patterns. It allows space to get out of the comfort zone, achieve things that previously were thought impossible and level up.

Key benefits of coaching include: values alignment, achieving fulfilment, empowerment, new insight and perspectives, newfound tools to tap into the leader within to combat a saboteur and of course growth and revenue.

Here are the key reasons why you might need a coach right now.


1) They hold you accountable

As you are learning new behaviors, such as establishing a regular workout schedule or eating five servings of vegetables every day, it is beneficial to have someone who is holding you accountable. A coach will track your progress and compliance to training and lifestyle prescriptions through the app TrueCoach, to add a layer of accountability until these behaviors become second nature.

2) They help you connect to your why

We hit on this one on the blog last week, but it deserves repeating. A coach can help you not just workout, but connect to why you are working out. They do this through regular consultation and conversation that digs at the heart of why fitness is important to you. This is the number one factor in long-term success. If you know why you’re doing what you’re doing, you will remain inspired and won’t throw in the towel when the going gets tough.

3) They balance challenge and support

A coach is there to give you a pep talk when you need to be built up and to provide high-fives and words of encouragement when you are successful. They are also there to give you honest feedback and a push if you’re not holding up your end of the deal. It’s what makes our coaches special. They are in it because they are passionate about changing lives through fitness. They aren’t cheerleaders–they’re going to tell you what you need to hear, even when it’s uncomfortable.

4) You want to have more impact.

A coach can help you discover your many strengths and help you use them to advance and be acknowledged for your contributions. Imagine how rewarding that would be to be recognized for what you are uniquely good at. A coach can help you to find that fulfillment from being at your best at work.

5) You want to have a greater work life balance.

A coach can help you understand yourself as a whole person, see what is really driving you, and help you understand the rewards you value most. By looking at all aspects of life a coach can help you see where to put your focus to get things going well again, help you see what to keep close and what to let go of and create some new habits so that you feel the balance is restored.

A Coach can give you the tools and support that you need to reach a health and fitness goal. They can provide support, accountability, education, and a personalized plan of attack, so you may find working with one well worth the investment.

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