Guest Post from Rebecca of Adventures in Nutrition

Guest Post from Rebecca of Adventures in Nutrition

Weight Loss: Why You Need a Health Coach Professional


It seems that hiring a Coach these days is all the rageEveryone who is anyone seems to have a Coach.  Even great Coaches have Coaches.  So, what’s all the fuss about anyway, and why do we ignore getting help (ahem, a Coach) when it concerns implementing better nutrition habits and losing excess weight that compromises good health?

So, what does a Coach do anyway?    In short, he or she helps you set goals that you want to achieve both in the short term and the long term.  A Coach helps you manage and achieve those goals within a specified time frame, allowing flexibility to grow along the way, while adjusting goals and timelines as needed. 

The point of coaching is to realize the potential that lies within the individual, not just to maximize results, but also to help navigate the twists and turns along the way.  A discerning Coach helps you dig deep and go further when you feel like you can’t.  Most of all, an insightful Coach believes in you even when you don’t – and makes you believe that you can achieve the goal you have envisioned. 

Some of the most successful people in the world will tell you they have a Coach. Even Tony Robbins has stated that he, too, has a Coach, or three.  When we want to be better at something, we don’t often think of working with a Coach.  If we need guidance to reach a goal and we are committed to achievement, then we work with a Coach, whether it is basketball, football, public speaking, singing, etc. 

Why should achieving our health goals be any different?

When it comes to reducing weight and developing nutrition habits for the long haul, it seems that so many of us go it alone.  We may stumble along until we reach the point of frustration and throw up our hands.  With access to vast resources such as the Internet, magazines, books, podcasts, social media, friends, family and neighbors, the information can be overwhelming. 

It truly is a matter of how much information you must consume that will ultimately help you achieve your health goals.  Of course, there is the small matter of understanding how to best apply the information you come across in those resources, too.  Even with all of the information at our fingertips and so many seemingly struggling to reach a similar outcome, we can still feel like we are going it alone.

You don’t have to go it alone.  No matter what your health goal, a knowledgeable Coach can help guide you in your journey.  Having a Coach is sort of like having a GPS, something many of us often rely on when traveling, even if it’s to avoid areas of heavy traffic!  I don’t know about you, but I have been lost before with no GPS signal, and it has felt eerily similar to going it alone when trying to achieve sustainable weight loss while implementing good nutrition habits. 

When it comes to weight loss, you don’t have to travel to your destination alone.  Find a professional and knowledgeable Coach who will walk with you on your journey, guiding you every step of the way.  A Coach can help you navigate the twists and turns in your journey and will rely on an arsenal of tools to do so.  Not only will the relationship help achieve personal growth, but it will help create self-reliance and will inspire self-confidence in small increments. 

Begin your weight loss adventure today – and never look back



Founder, Adventures in Nutrition

I challenge folks to think about achieving weight loss and developing nutrition habits in a different way. Sustainable weight loss IS possible.  Find the right professional to guide you on your journey to amazing health.

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