Clients who choose a health and fitness program that meshes with the individual circumstances of their lives are more likely to adhere to it, as opposed to a regimen mandated by a personal trainer that may make sense for clients' physical conditions but may not take into account their personal needs and wants. Photo by Thinkstock.
At first glance, personal trainers and wellness coaches appear to have similar missions: helping people become healthier by guiding them to better decisions about exercise, fitness and other lifestyle choices. The destination may be the same, but the two professions take distinctly different paths to help their clients achieve their goals. Health clubs that offer the expanded services that skilled health and wellness coaches have in their toolboxes are likely to benefit, but club operators ...
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