Lifestyle change coaching can have a measurable impact on adherence to healthy habits like exercise, stress reduction and healthy eating. Yet, nearly 75% of health care costs are related to preventable conditions—and only 3% of health care dollars are spent on prevention, according to a study published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. Through health coaching, fitness centers and exercise professionals are uniquely positioned to effect positive behavior change in people struggling with lifestyle-related diseases.

In this training you will gain an understanding of behavior change strategies—including motivational interviewing and SMART goal setting—and their application. In addition, you will learn how to begin a health coaching program within your business so you can produce better personal results and retention among your members. This course is a must for any gym owner or exercise professional who wants to improve member accountability and connection with their facility.

Key Takeaways:

  • Review the research that demonstrates the impact of health coaching on sustained behavior change.
  • Discuss which tools are most frequently applied in coaching conversations to effect change.
  • Learn how to add health coaching to your programming for ancillary revenue and member engagement.

10:00am Central
(8:00am Pacific / 11:00am Eastern)

On Nov 29th, 2022

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Lauren Shroyer

Lauren Shroyer has been working with athletes for almost 20 years. In her practice today, Lauren specializes in the rehabilitative exercise of athletes with chronic overuse injuries, helping athletes of all ages return to the sport & activity they love.

In addition to her NATA-BOC certification, Lauren has a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from Illinois State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois.

 

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