Work 1-on-1 with Live Personal Trainers Right From Home
A quick Google search for at-home fitness plans gives almost 2.5 million results. That’s 2.5 million ways to improve your fitness from home. With so many options, it can be difficult, if not impossible, to know which plan is best.
Or more importantly, which plan is best for you.
This is where personalized coaching can help. Your coach learns you, understands you, and challenges YOU in the ways that best fit your needs and personality.
TaskHuman coaches aren’t one-size-fits-all. Each coach has their own strengths and personalities, as well as styles of training to help you achieve your personal goals.
If you’re looking to up your exercise game at home, you first want to consider if you’re process-oriented or goal-oriented.
1. If you’re process-oriented
Fitness is a life-long journey. And sometimes you need a guide to help you along the way.
Coach Cheri Orndorff explains how she loves that role:
The idea that most people need strong internal (not external) motivation to reach a goal is not new.
Inspiration to reach further into yourself – to push through the resistance – can be a big part of a coach’s job.
Coach Jamie Carroll understands how important inspiration can be:
But when you’re at the beginning of the process, or are struggling to find motivation to continue (and we all struggle with this at some point!), you may need a guru to help you get to that inner understanding.
That’s where Coach Ariel Hoffman comes in:
The importance of finding your “why” cannot be understated.
2. If you’re goal-oriented
Sometimes we know exactly what we want. We even know the steps we need to take to get there.
But we need help staying on track.
That’s where a good coach can make a difference. When a coach knows you, they know when you need an extra push.
Hear Coach Kevin Lewis explain it:
If you have the motivation (the why) and you see the journey, then you could be looking for a new HOW. A new way of working out to increase the challenge, break a plateau, or just make it more fun.
Coach Lionel King can do that for you:
When you’ve been working out a long time, or when you’re so new you don’t know what you like, having a coach with expertise in several modes is extra helpful. That coach can adapt and change your workouts as you develop your preferences.
Listen as Coach Anita Steele explains how that flexibility helps her clients:
Your fitness routine probably has changed recently. But you can use this time to make positive improvements to your fitness routine. To maximize your resources, you need support from coaches who are there with you (virtually!). TaskHuman coaches deliver personalized and adaptable expertise in all areas of wellness, including at-home workouts.