The #1 myth in remote coaching and online training
Updated: Sep 23
I wish I understood this concept even earlier in my fitness coaching career.
I remember being maxed out in the number of classes I could coach. I felt so infinitely far away from being able to coach clients online. I knew I had value to deliver.
But there's a fear and paralysis that would come over me every so often.
"Am I doing the right thing or just spinning my wheels?"
Even worse, I got stuck in the comparison trap. I would watch people that I "started out with" in the fitness space and I remember seeing them explode with success.
I was and am very happy for them. But I won't lie to you, there was a voice inside my brain that was like, "What the hell are you doing wrong?"
There's a bit of fear and intimidation that comes with taking your coaching online. I would think to myself:
Where do I start?
Where do i write the program?
How do I get a client?
Do I have to be on Instagram?
Will people even want to work with me?
Ugh. No one will want to pay me for this.
I don't look even look like a Slovakian model.
I made a video on what I believe is one of the biggest things that can hold people back subconsciously from making fitness coaching a full time career.
And if you want to make it a side hustle that is fulfilling and fits into your life, this applies to you even more.
A lot of what I'm sharing is coming straight from the coaches I've gotten to work with in mentorship programs. I hope it helps you get unstuck if this has been holding you back.