Changing those habits and behaviours is therefore ultimately what will make both your health and physiques better.
Coaches often acquire their knowledge directed by the questions that they most often receive. In the world of business this is technically great market research so to speak so therefore what’s the issue with the average coaches delivery of information?
They end up trying to find the holy grail of training and nutrition……
In a hierarchy of nutrition, training and business there is one factor that they all sit on and without it they all fail.
Adherence and compliance. If you cannot get someone in nutrition to follow a plan it fails. If you can’t get someone to consistently exercise it fails. If you can’t someone to apply their time to work businesses fail.
In all cases these are things that need done consistently and frequently.
People do things consistently and frequently because of habits and behaviours they tailor to suit the outcome they want. Getting up early, routines or priorities within their day.
Coaches need to spend less time seeking the holy grail (visions of indiana jones here). The vast majority of people need to firstly believe it exists, believe they can find it and actually get off their arse and look for it.