Why Nutrition Coaching?
Exercise alone will not change your body composition, nutrition will always be a factor in achieving body transformation. For those with a goal to change their body composition, without a change in nutrition habits, most of the effort one puts forth in the gym is largely wasted.
With Nutrition Coaching we find what stands in the way of achieving your goals…body fat loss, muscle gain, energy improvement, performance enhancement, or all of the above! … and then what works for you to gain new habits to help you find ways to become consistent. You will have a mentor/coach to help keep you accountable, offer guidance, and answer your questions.
Perhaps you have become overwhelmed or confused by conflicting information, studies and opinions that are constantly presented in the media. Maybe you have tried some of the different diets that worked for a short time but then backslid and now you are frustrated and defeated. Or maybe you are on a roll and you would just like to learn more and become more effective with your efforts.
Nutrition Coaching brings the process back down to basics and helps you build from the ground up what works for you! This is especially important because no one way of eating, strategy, supplement, or program works for all people, everyone and every situation is unique. With Nutrition Coaching we will identify your limiting factors and find ways to work around or chip away at those obstacles so you can achieve your goals.
This is taken directly from Dr. John Berardi the creator of the Precision Nutrition Level 1 Nutrition Coaching certification:
“The most successful people in every endeavor tend to actively seek mentorship and accountability.”
Read that again, please. Those who succeed actively seek mentorship and accountability.
People who have expert mentors and are surrounded by driven peers – and who actively take advantage of those resources – are much more likely to reach their goals than those without either.
There are a host of reasons why, including:
- Wisdom is shared quickly and freely.
- We get role models – at first, it’s easier to mimic than to learn.
- We get positive peer pressure.
- It lets us participate in something greater than ourselves.
- It creates a “team.”
- We’re validated and accepted.
- We get constructive competition.