Do you need a coach? A lot of people think they don’t and will cite excuses such as that diminish the importance of their goals. “I only want to lose 20lbs,” “I just want to be healthy,” you get the point. There is no question, the world’s most successful people have coaches who help them become and stay successful. So, do you need a coach?
In short, yes, you need a coach. If you are serious about wanting to achieve your goals, no matter how big or how small, you need a coach. A coach helps you by providing direction, providing knowledge, and by keeping you accountable. To reach any goal, you need those factors, and a coach is an unbiased third party who can provide that.
While trying to do things on your own can be a fun experiment, it can only get you so far. Eventually you will hit your plateau and get frustrated. When this happens, it’s time to call in the expert. It can be a humbling experience and takes setting the ego aside to admit you need help, however, it is vital to your growth in life. Did Michael Jordan get to where he is today without a coach? No, he had many coaches who worked with him, in collaboration, to reach goals and set new ones.
At CrossFit 286, we specialize in exercise and nutrition coaching. Are you looking to jumpstart your fitness or accelerate the fitness you have already been working hard on for a while? We can help with that. It’s what we do. Even if you have been doing CrossFit for years and are the fittest of the fit, you can still improve, and will need a coach for that. Brand new to fitness and just want to get moving off the couch and eat a little better? You’ll need a coach for that. Have you been working out for a while and want to improve your technique or acquire a new skill? You’ll need a coach for that.
Whether you are looking to eat better, get fitter, or perform your best, you need a coach. We can provide that for you. The best way to find out exactly what kind of coaching you need is through a No Sweat Intro. If you already know what you want to achieve, sitting down with a coach to set up a game plan is vital and can be done during a No Sweat Intro. To schedule one, head over to this link:
We’ve got you.