Friday, February 20, 2015
Should I become a Beachbody Coach?
I remember before I even joined a challenge group (way before I actually "coached"), and looking at people who were involved with Beachbody. What a scam I thought. I just threw my opinion in with the hydroxycut, slim teas, magical creams, and everything else that once captured my attention for .5 seconds. Something clicked and I got on board. When I first became an active coach (actually helping people instead of just taking advantage of the discount), I was 189 lbs, could not do a push up, and couldn't even fathom helping someone else. You know what I did have? Drive. I wanted to help others while I was helping myself. I wanted to show people that I was real and I understood their struggles.
Here I am a little over a year later, a Fitness Instructor (still a newbie though :) but you got to start somewhere), 155 lbs with more % of body fat to lose, completed numerous programs, eating clean 80% of the time, quit smoking, reading personal development, increasing my energy, opening up my social circle, making decent play money, and the list goes on.
If you are still thinking you can't, you are wrong. What if becoming a coach could improve just 1 aspect of your life? What if your future could be totally different? What is holding you back? If you don't take advantage of the opportunity, someone else might.
Catch a glimpse next week when we hold an open forum inside of a Facebook group that will expose you to various types of coaches. No commitments, nothing to sign, nothing forced. Just a chance to check out why we do what we do.
Message me if you are 1% ready. No one is ever 100% ready.