Beachbody Coaching

Why I became a Beachbody Coach
Honestly, I didn't know what it meant to be a Beachbody Coach.  When I first signed up in July 2014 to become a coach, I signed up as a discount coach.  That meant that I could get my Shakeology and any Beachbody program or product at a discounted price.  I loved Piyo and Shakeology already.  I just didn't know what it meant to coach people.

When I heard I could help people and earn some money doing it, it peaked my interest more.  I began doing the coach trainings that Beachbody provided.  I continued to work out daily and drank my Shakeology daily.  I started talking to some people about what I was doing, especially when they noticed changes in my muscle tone.  I started Beachbody support groups for mostly newer mommies who had some weight to lose, as well as some men and women who were just interested in getting fit again.  They started to get excited and when they were consistent with the program, they too started seeing and feeling results. 

I can earn extra money??

Earning money for helping others is icing on the cake when you become a Beachbody Coach.  It has helped me pay for some "extras" in our family that we didn't budget for.  I love seeing people get excited about getting fit.  I love it when my coworkers come up to me to tell me about how their clothes are fitting differently, about how much more energy they have, and about how much they're enjoying their workout and our support group.  That's what makes my day.

Should You Become a Coach?

Here are some things to think about...

- Do you love Beachbody workouts and Shakeology?
- Want to help people get healthy and fit?
- Would you like to make some extra income, either part time or full time?
- Like talking to people?
- Willing to put 30-40 minutes a day into growing your business?
- Willing to learn what to do?

If you answered yes to all or most of these questions, then you'd be a great Beachbody coach!  We have a lot of trainings in our team to help you succeed.  Click the image below to start.

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