If you’re based outside the United States and are thinking about becoming a global health coach, there are a lot of options to consider. Find out how the ADAPT Health Coach Training Program can help.
Regular movement has benefits for your health, but many of us still struggle to exercise. Here’s how a health coach can help you get out of your own way and reach your movement goals.
In the right context, stress is helpful—but chronic stress has lasting health consequences. Check out this article for strategies on managing your stress with help from health coach Will Welch.
Sleep and health go hand in hand, but in our busy lives, sleep is often the first thing we sacrifice. If you’re lacking sleep, find out how working with a health coach may help.
What changes would you like to make to your diet? Clients with nutrition goals are a natural fit for health coaching. Find out how a coach can help you develop a road map for success.
Functional Health coaching allows coaches to view clients holistically, not as a bunch of separate, unrelated parts. This helps coaches to understand the relationships between a client’s past successes, challenges, and their future goals.
What is a typical day for a health coach? In this article, health coach MaryAnn Jones talks with three practicing coaches to learn more about what they do day to day.
What is health coaching? It’s a client-centered, growth-fostering, thought-provoking approach that helps clients achieve health and well-being. Find out more about what health coaching is and the four pillars at the heart of it.
Health coaches are trained to help their clients recognize their strengths and tap into that potential to change. Read on for real-world examples of how health coaches help their clients transform their lives.