The Other 80%: What Coaches Can Learn From Deconditioned Clients

Women's Fitness, Family and Kids, Yoga

There are coaches and trainers out there who work with the best of the best, athletically speaking. I am not one of them, and you’re probably not either. The fact of the matter is, as much as we trainers and coaches might dream of working with elite athletes, most of us are probably dealing with average, everyday people with no aspirations of ever being at the top of their class.


And that’s okay. In fact, not only is it okay, but it is rewarding, inspiring, and challenging.



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A career as a coach or trainer is a never ending opportunity to learn, grow, and re-invent yourself.


You don’t get to pick the problems you solve because everyone who you come across is different: Different genders, ages, fitness levels, disposable time, disposable income, and almost always unsure of their commitment.


Here on Coaches Only we update the content regularly, we go in lots of different directions, and we engage with experts in all walks of life so long as they help coaches and trainers in pursuit of a fulfilling career.


There are no simple answers to how to be a good pro. No one can sell your services for you. There is no silver bullet for success.



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