Tampa 2012 - Lifestyle Coaching
Course Description Top
To help others enhance their lives by meeting the basic hierarchy of needs: nutrition, exercise, and rest & rejuvenation. Lifestyle Coaching helps others to meet these needs, one small step at a time. Lifestyle Coaching is a guide to help you live a life in balance, with energy and vitality, one step at a time.
Learning Objectives Top
- Understand the Wellness Revolution and how you can become a part of the Solution!
- Understanding the "Three Circles of Success" for Lifestyle Health Coaches.
- Why we are in such a Healthcare Crisis and how you can prepare yourself for the future.
- To have a greater understanding that everything begins at the Cellular Level and learning how to balance Your Body's pH!
- How to build the three pillars for optimal health & performance.
- Improving nutrient absorption, digestion and elimination, keys for optimal health.
- How to understand and educate your clients on the "Food Target".
- 6-step Nutritional Pyramid for optimal health, energy & vitality.
- Hormonal pathways and stress! What path are you taking?
- Learn how to create more "White Space" in your life!
- 6-step Rest & Rejuvenation Pyramid for optimal health, energy & vitality.
- How Much Exercise Is Enough?
- Your exercise program begins with proper posture and body alignment. Learn the 5-key checkpoints for injury prevention and performance!
CEO of On Target Living, a health and wellness company, is a nationally recognized speaker and author. For over 25 years he has earned the reputation of providing lifestyle modification strategies with integrity and compassion. As the Director of Health, Wellness and Fitness at Sparrow Health System's Michigan Athletic Club for over fifteen years, he pioneered one of the most successful personal training programs in the country with over 16,000 hours of one-on-one personal training. He holds a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology from Michigan State University, certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine, National Academy of Sports Medicine and the American Council on Exercise.