Here is a fundamental question coaches ask themselves as they apply their knowledge in the field:
As a health and wellness professional, your time with a client is limited. Beyond coaching sessions themselves, the only other, typical contact point you have would be quick text check-ins; something like, “Hey, how was the session today?”
Consumers no longer view “wellness” simply as “improved fitness and nutrition,” but, instead, as a much broader and holistic path—one that encompasses better long-term health management, mental health (specifically, mindfulness), and sleep.
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Your client has high blood pressure. Understandably, they’re worried about the effect physical activity could have on their blood pressure.
The holidays are accompanied by a range of complex emotions and experiences, and they are not always positive.
Given that the world has spent the last two years in and out of lockdowns (due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic), it’s no surprise to learn that technology is increasingly cementing its place within people’s fitness routines.
Imposter syndrome is experienced by the best of us. It makes us doubt our abilities and may keep us from taking steps toward our professional goals.
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