Well, I am happy to report that I have officially completed my Nutrition Coaching Certification! I have learned so much throughout this course and have been able to build on and expand my knowledge of health and nutrition. The science was heavy, I'm not gunna' lie, but it truly helped to put everything in its place. The human body is an incredible and complex machine, to say the least.
I have already begun taking on clients and am excited and honoured to join them on their journey. Health and nutrition is something that I have been passionate about for a long time, and coaching others, while continuously working to better myself, definitely feels like the next step
Although many people reach out to me with weight loss as their primary goal, others are simply looking to create a healthier lifestyle. Most already have the tools to accomplish this, but find themselves caught up in the plethora of information bombarding them daily, or stuck in a rut created by years of poor habits. Sometimes all you need is an outside perspective to help find a little clarity and give you the push to get your butt in gear.
Even as a professional (that seems like an overstatement, but you know what I mean), I am constantly reaching out to industry exerts with years of experience. I will never pretend to know it all, and I am so happy to have those people who provide me with guidance and keep me humble and accountable. I admire and look up to them. This body of knowledge will never stop growing or developing, and therefore, neither should we.
The Precision Nutrition certification program also emphasized performance nutrition, which means helping athletes to meet their specific goals through proper nutrition. Food is fuel, and athletes understand this better than anyone.
Be sure to follow me on Instagram where I am always posting interesting health and nutrition tips, as well as my day-to-day health nut ways.
Thank you to everyone who supported and inspired me throughout the completion of this certification, and who continue to support my writing on Eat. Move. Live. You guys are awesome and make me love what I do even more.