My Decision to Become a Beachbody Coach!

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Are you familiar with Beachbody? Maybe P90X rings a bell? In search of new ways to do cardio exercise, I immediately thought of Beachbody’s products. I love that I have a treadmill I’m able to use but I am not a person who enjoys running steady for long periods of time. It feels like a chore and that’s never good. Although I don’t enjoy running or jogging I know Beachbody has a number of workouts that will help to improve my cardiovascular fitness.

During our ongoing unpacking festivities I uncovered my old personal copy of Turbo Jam. I forgot I had this little gem! Although Turbo Jam is what turned a lot of people on to Beachbody a few years ago, it remains an incredible workout program.

Becoming a Beachbody Coach

There are so many reasons why I became a Beachbody coach.

The main reason I wanted to become a coach is because of my love of trying to motivate and help others improve their health. What I try to teach here on MFB is that you can build your dream body – at any age (even if you’ve had kids!). And it’s TRUE. I may not be certified as a personal trainer (YET!) but that doesn’t discourage me from continuing to try and help people. Being a Beachbody coach allows me to do just that.

I wish I had started sooner! I signed up with a good friend of mine and we’re really having a pretty good time with it so far.

Connect with Me

If you’re interested in connecting with me I invite you to visit TeamBeachbody.com and click “Join!” and then you can add me as a “buddy” if you’d like (username: MindiFriedland). There’s no cost to join and you can log your daily workouts, connect with other like-minded people, join groups specific to the type of workouts you do, your demographic or other similar interests and even get the kick-in-the-pants you might need on a day you’re feeling less than stellar. The community over there is amazing. If you don’t have a great support system around you right now, you’ll find one at Team Beachbody. I promise! (I can promise that because I’M THERE and I WILL support you.)

Interested in Becoming a Coach?

If you’re interested in becoming a coach yourself, please contact me via email FIRST. I am a part of an AMAZING team and that really makes all the difference in the world. They are so supportive and the training is incredible. Seriously, they have a private training website for team members only. Whether or not you choose to join the team I’m a part of, definitely do not go in blindly and sign up with some other random coach. First, be sure that they actually care and have what it takes to help you succeed.  If you have questions about this opportunity I invite you to contact me here or at Team Beachbody.

Thank you so much, have a great week!

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My name is Mindi and I'm an office manager and blogger living in Minnesota with my husband and our blended family of four children. Thank you for visiting Lifting Makes Me Happy! I fight depression and anxiety with healthy living and writing. I hope you are encouraged and motivated by the things I share here. I appreciate you stopping by!
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Comments

  1. Congrats. I’m sure you’ll do well. My (online) friend, Taryn Perry has been bugging me for years to become a BB coach. I’ve held my ground so far. :)

    • Thank you! I’m a part of a really great team so it makes it fun. I first became a coach right about the time I started this blog but it was bad timing PLUS I signed up with a coach who could’ve cared less. Huge mistake! It’s nice that there are some really great coaches and teams out there who actually care. It’s not for everyone though. :)

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