Personal trainers are a type of life coach. They’re trained to help their clients set goals, make plans, and stick to them. Unlike a life coach who works with someone for an extended period of time and for a fixed fee, personal trainers charge by the hour and work with clients for short sessions several times per week. But that doesn’t mean personal training can’t be used as an effective tool to help your clients become more successful with their own businesses or in their own personal lives.
Life coaching works because it’s based on principles that are widely accepted as universal truths: we all have untapped potential, our problems are temporary and solutions are within us if we dig deep enough to find them.
Today, I have another interview for you on life coaching. I find the subject matter intriguing, and I’d like to learn more about it. Brenda has been studying in the area, so I thought it would be a good idea to ask her some questions about it.
Click Here to Listen to ==> Brenda Adams on How Life Coaching can Help Your Training Clients
- How Brenda went into Life Coaching
- Importance of re-writing stories for our clients and ourselves
- How life coaching has helped Brenda as a personal trainer
- How life coaching can help when it comes to injuries
- The two sides of Life coaching
If you want more information on Brenda Adams, you can visit her at Essential-Elements.ca.
Please email if you know of someone who would be great to interview.
Or, if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please get in touch with me.
Take care and have a great day.
P.S. – If you enjoyed this interview on life coaching, there is a good chance you will enjoy this interview
Rick Kaselj, MS