I’m ALL IN! I am proud to call myself a Training for Warriors Coach. My mission is to be 100% committed to the success of your fitness goals.
So what is the difference between a Personal Trainer and a Coach? It’s simple, A Coach can be a Trainer but a Trainer is not always a Coach. Here’s Why:
Both a trainer and a coach are skilled in implementing direction and instruction of an exercise. They will implement a safe and effective program that will help their client reach their goals. However, a coach will ask questions and create an environment to ensure your success. A coach is a people transformation expert and a grounded training principle that governs all workouts, recovery and eating programs. Your coach will be with you every step of the way to maintain fitness as a way of life, not as a temporary condition.
When you are 100% committed to your decision to better health, your coach will be 100% committed to you and your training regime. Your coach is involved in each progression of the learning process as well as equally excited to move forward with each level of achievement.
Your coach will stretch and challenge you to help you find the confidence to believe what’s already inside of you. When you find your own solution, you become empowered with confidence and become accountable to your reach your goals. You get comfortable being uncomfortable. You are pushing to reach your next level of fitness.
Whatever your fitness goal, be sure to meet with the coach and look for someone who is serious about fitness and addresses more than just a workout. Someone that dedicates themselves to continuous learning and improvement. This means results for you.
Here is the difference between a Coach and a Trainer:
A coach has the potential to positively impact and influence the lives of others.
A Trainer Lights a fire under someone.
A Coach Lights A Fire Inside Of Someone.
A Trainer affects the hour they are with someone.
A Coach affects the hours they are not with someone.
A Trainer Hopes To Get Through The Session.
A Coach Hopes To Get Through To Someone.
A Trainer Forgets The Job Is Not To Remind People About Problems.
A Coach Remembers The Job Is To Solve Them.
A Trainer Stretches your legs.
A Coach Stretches Your Limits.
A Trainer Counts Your Reps.
A Coach Discounts Your excuses.
A Trainer Is concerned with How Much time you put in.
A Coach is concerned with How Much You put into the time.
A Trainer wants you to do your best.
A Coach wants you to do better than your best.
A Trainer is concerned More With How, Where and When.
A Coach is Concerned More With Who, What and Why.
A Trainer Works For A Paycheck.
A Coach Works For A Passion.
A Trainer Develops and Delivers Your Workout.
A Coach Creates and Cultivates Your Purpose.
Training is Something You Do To Someone.
Coaching Is Something You Do With Someone.