Do I Need To Complete A Beachbody Workout Program Before I Become A Coach?

Beachbody Coach Requirements
Can I Become A Beachbody Coach Even Though I Just Started My Workout?

Are you thinking about becoming a Beachbody Coach and want to know if it is required to finish a Beachbody workout program all of the way through before you can get signed up as a Coach?

The answer is no, it is not required.

There is no rule that says you have to finish a Beachbody workout before you can become a Coach. In fact, becoming a Coach first could be used as extra motivation to take your workouts seriously in order to get the best results possible. After all, you want to be proof that that the products do work.

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As a Beachbody Coach, you are the CEO of your own business. So you will be a walking billboard that is promoting YOUR business. As you start to lose weight and transform your body people will notice and start to ask what you’ve been doing. This is the perfect opener for you to tell them about the Beachbody workout program you are doing and about Shakeology.

Beachbody Coaching – Simply Refer Others To Products You Use And Like

The concept behind Beachbody Coaching is pretty simple. All you do as a Coach is share with other products that you use and know get results. The most successful Beachbody Coaches are “recommending”, not “selling”. People can tell when you truly love a product, your enthusiasm shows and people will pick up on that.

It is important to understand that you don’t have to be in perfect shape to be successful as a Beachbody Coach. It is not required to have 6 pack abs or anything like that. However, it is recommended that as a Coach, you are using the products yourself and working on improving your own fitness level.

Simple Strategy To Jump Start Your Business

One way to launch your business is to simply state what your goal is on facebook, and ask who would like to join you. For example, if you are a brand new Beachbody Coach, and you have a goal of losing 10 pounds. You could make a simple facebook post on your timeline that says something like, “Ok facebook friends, I have a goal to lose 10 pounds in the next 90 days but I’m going to need your help and for you to hold me accountable. If you have a similar goal and would like to take this journey with me, we can support and motivate each other and keep each other accountable….I already have the perfect plan for us to follow….who’s in??”

If you make a post like that one above, you’re going to get some responses from people that are interested. You would simply reply back with Challenge Group information and how they can participate.

But I don’t want you to take the above information the wrong way. Many new Coaches (and even Coaches that have been doing it awhile) think they can make a simple post on facebook, and people are going to flock to them. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. The above scenario could be effective if you are a brand new Coach, and this is your first fitness related post. You only get so many of these timeline posts before people start to get the feeling that you are just trying to sell them something. Notice how I didn’t mention Beachbody or a specific workout program in the example post I made. I did that on purpose .

I’m starting to get off topic here and ramble on, but I just wanted to point out that in order to be successful as a Beachbody Coach, it is going to take much more than just making posts on your facebook timeline promoting Beachbody.

But back to the original question…It is not required to finish a Beachbody workout before you can become a Coach. Beachbody Coaches are not required to be certified in any way or experts in heath, fitness, or nutrition.

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