Joining the Beachbody coaching team was one of the best decisions I ever made. You don’t have to be in perfect shape OR an expert on fitness to be a coach. You simply need a passion for health & fitness and LOVE to help people change their lives by reaching their weight loss and health & fitness goals.
NO SELLING is involved as everyone has seen the informercials for Insanity, P90X, Focus T25, and many other Beachbody workout programs which basically sell themselves.
You WILL have your own professional and personalized websites which your clients shop from and the option to travel as well!
If you’re interested in earning some extra cash while being your own boss and working in the health & fitness industry, please contact me! Choose your own hours, work from home and coach as few or as many people as you want. Although the money IS nice, I DO request that this NOT be the main reason you’re interested in coaching as successful coaches are those who want to HELP others first & foremost.
Being a Beachbody Coach means you’re part of a Coaching TEAM (hence, the name, Team Beachbody!) Your fellow Coaches are always there for you to answer questions and help you become the best coach you can so that we can build the best coaching team possible!
Complete training is provided which you can finish at your own pace and includes a short set of DVDs.
Simply contact me for more details and/or to sign-up as a TBB Coach today!
oops, just did this as a comment, rather than an answer…
I just ‘up voted’ all the comments.
If fitness professionals are to be seen as professional we must remember to be professionals.
I have done some past research on this organization related to some past questions on this site, and it seems to be a kind of pyramid thing where each person not only tries to sell stuff (for more than the price one could pay elsewhere) but to recruit others to sell stuff and get a cut of that. The top of the tier will get a lot of money, but does the system serve the needs of the clients?
And that is it isn’t it? I believe a fitness professional, like any other person, wants to make a good living, but more than that wants to do work that really means something, and to maintain personal integrity.