$25 off

Beginning on June 15, we will have room to help 10 more people. We are changing the way we reach people at The Balance Coach and are no longer using our app. We have found that we lose that human contact with the app and Instead we want to focus on better communication with you to help you succeed. This may not allow us to reach as many people but in the long run we feel it will help you be more successful with your goals. 

To help us start this off, we are offering $25 off either our PowerFitness program or a custom training program for the first month. Simply send us an email or Facebook message and we will set up a time to talk if you are interested. As always our programs will offer monthly workouts, email support, phone calls and anything else that may pop up. We hope to hear from you.

What's Your Goal?

What’s your goal? I waited to post this because I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions or goals. They never seem to stick and I feel we should always look to better ourselves. However I do feel it is very important to have multiple goals that you want to achieve and putting it in writing will help to hold you accountable. After reading this, write your goal down somewhere and post it somewhere you will see it everyday.

So what should my goal be and why is it important? That’s a great question thanks for asking. Everyone should have a goal in mind to help achieve their health and fitness needs. Now most people have a goal such as lose weight or even to look better naked (like my friend Nick) but those should be end results. Those are great long term goals but what about short term. What is going to keep you going? You should ask yourself “What is going to get me there?"

The answer to that is probably one of a physical accomplishment, nutritional change or both. By having short term goals that you can accomplish on a regular basis you will avoid the frustration of not hitting that long term goal quickly. Maybe you want to be the first female you know to deadlift 200 pounds or first guy to squat over 400 pounds. Maybe even to just get to the gym 3 times a week or stop drinking pop (yes I said pop, I’m from northern Illinois and that’s how we roll).

Whatever your short term goal is, it should be measurable and you need to work towards that. Ask your coach what you need to be doing to get there. We are more than happy to offer our advice and guidance.

We wish you good luck in your health and fitness endeavors and we are here to help you in any way we can. With determination and hard work, you can get there. It’s up to you how bad you want it.

A long term goal for my fiancé and I is to run our first sprint triathlon together this summer. Our short term goals will come out in future posts. I plan to take you on this journey with us as we attempt to prove we can still get stronger while training for an endurance sport. Stay Tuned!

 

I challenge you to put up your goal on our Facebook Page!