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Are You Human? You Need a Coach!

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Are You Human? You Need a Coach!

This is a subject I am REALLY passionate about.

As most of my readers know, I’m writing to you from the perspective of a weight loss, nutrition, and fitness coach.

I own my own facility coaching others in North Hollywood, CA.

You see, despite being a highly qualified coach myself across multiple areas, I hold a deep belief that everyone needs a coach in their life.

I have a business coach that I speak to multiple times a month, and it’s been a powerful investment I’ve made in myself. I love the personal growth that comes from it.

I also have an obstacle course racing (OCR) coach. Even though I coach my own OCR clients, I still need the proper guidance to propel myself forward in this sport and so I can perform my best.

There is tremendous value in being coached!

So what area of life should you look for a coach in?

Anywhere you are struggling, really. Struggling with weight loss? Hire a coach. Struggling to make major decisions in life? Hire a coach. Struggling to transition careers? Hire a coach. Looking to improve athletic performance? Hire a coach.

Think about it…there are not many people (if any) who reach high levels of success in life without a coach. It’s too hard to go it alone, to know what to do, to see things in life objectively.

The number one reason I hear from people for not hiring a coach is cost.

How many times have we tried to “do it on our own” and failed? Here’s the thing…we can’t afford not to. We need accountability, support, guidance, advice, etc.

I’ve been there. I’ve fallen off the wagon. I’ve given up. I’ve stopped believing in myself.

The difference is that when you’ve got someone to bring you back to reality and pick you back up, life just gets easier and less lonely. We all need an objective eye on our lives, someone who sees things entirely from an outside perspective.

So, if you have a goal that you want to achieve, stick to for the long run, and you believe investing in yourself is a top priority, hire a coach. Go on that journey. Change your life, in whatever aspect you seek change. You’ll gain more than you ever expected.

I’m also curious, so hit reply and let me know either how working with a coach has impacted your life and success or maybe even why you’ve been hesitant to hire one in the past...

Hope you’re having a great week! As you can see from the photo, my week included a special night out with my husband :)

To Your Success,

Heather Binns

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You are Unique

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Every client is truly unique and that includes YOU.  No matter who I’m coaching, I always customize as much as I can for every single person, whether in a group, semi-private or 1-to-1 setting.

Everyone, including you, has an imbalance and/or dysfunctional movement pattern, a history of sport or a sedentary lifestyle, issues of pain or mobility restrictions, various nutrition habits and mindsets, and ideals of who you want to be.

It’s up to me to help you discover the best ways to achieve your goals, to inspire and motivate you to put in the work needed, to guide you effective execution of the tasks at hand, and to educate you on your journey through a new phase in life.

This is one of the reasons I love learning and educate myself as often as I can. It’s important to me to stay on top of the health & fitness industry and to share the very best with you.

I have to earn your trust and I truly value the trust you put in me as your guide, your coach, and your mentor.  And when your successes happen, I’m on cloud 10!

I know I am doing the right thing.  I am living my passion every day and look forward to helping more people like you find the athlete within, whether it’s been buried for awhile or never been found. YOU are an athlete!! 💪🏼

Yours in fitness,

Heather Binns

P.S.  Let me show you how to shed fat and become strong while creating a lifestyle you can sustain forever in a close-knot, nonjudgemental environment.

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What To Look For in a Trainer/Coach (or Even a Gym)

You should be required to complete a form(s) that let the trainer/staff know what your training history is, if you have any medical conditions or past injuries, and what your goals are for yourself.  Without this information they are just shooting into the dark...

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