Monday Motivation: I Need A Coach

As most of you know I am a coach. To me it is the most amazing profession a person can have. In my coaching practice I get to help people get more active, perform better, look better, and just plain feel better – body, soul, and spirit.

I am both a physical preparation and nutrition coach. I write and teach training programs as well as coach nutrition habits on a daily and weekly basis. Surely I don’t need help in those areas, right?


I have another coach write my training programs. Why? Because I don’t like to work on my weaknesses any more than the next person. There are exercises I NEED to do that I would leave out because, well, I am not good at them. Having another coach be involved make sure I attack those weaknesses, which helps me improve and remain injury free.

I also have had nutrition coaching on and off for years. Last week I hired Dr. Berardi and Dr. Scott-Dixon from Precision Nutrition for another year to keep me accountable and help me with some goals I am working on.

Coaching Matters.

Accountability, goal setting, problem solving, access to expertise. Those are the reasons I hire a coach. They are the reason I have invested in at least one business coach and a peer mastermind group for most of my coaching career.

So what about you?

Who do you call “Coach”?




About the author

Coach Dean

Former Fat Boy Turned Health and Fitness Junkie. Award Winning Fitness Business Owner and Trainer. World Class Nutrition Coach. Truth Teller. Scholar. Opinionated. Humble and Willing To Tell You About It. Tell Dean He Is Full Of It On Any Of His Social Media Profiles. He Will Probably Agree.

Lisa S. - August 11, 2015


    Coach Dean - August 11, 2015

    Only the best, eh Lisa! 🙂

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