Client & Coach Expectations

The Responsibility of the Client

  • Ultimately, the coaching relationship is about you, the client, taking full responsibility for your actions, and your life. You enter into coaching with the understanding that you are responsible for creating your own decisions and results. You agree not to hold the coach liable for any outcomes resulting directly or indirectly from the coaching process.
  • You will commit to uploading your form videos for each training day for your coach to review.
  • You will commit to the check in frequency that has been decided between you and your coach.
    • We encourage open-ended communication. Our goal is that the time we spend together will be an open and safe place in which you can come with confidence and excitement.

      The Nature of Coach/Client Partnership

      • Coaching is a respectful mixture of inquiry, conversation, listening, teaching points, experimentation, exploration and well chosen steps. It's designed to help you reach your highest goals, to properly evaluate and re-adjust your goals as necessary, and help you have an empowered relationship around food and body.

      The Role of the Coach

      • The role of the coach is to write a strength training program tailored to your training experience & goals. In regards to nutrition, assist with the improvement of better general eating habits and becoming aware of eating challenges such as unhealthy eating, overeating, binge eating, body image, chronic dieting, and nutrition related health concerns such as digestion, fatigue, mood, and more. 

      Coaching services are not to be construed as, or a replacement for psychotherapy, legal advice, or medical advice. If either of us recognizes that you have an issue that would benefit from medical or psychotherapeutic intervention, I will do my best to refer you to the appropriate resources.