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Weight Loss Coach in Boston MA - 3 things to consider first

 

Getting a coach can be expensive with your time and with your money. You want to make sure you're making the right decision when paying to bring on a weight loss coach. They may tell you something you can figure out for yourself without wasting the time or money to hire them. With that being said, here's 3 things you need to consider when hiring a weight loss coach in Boston MA:

 

Their Background

 

There are a lot of 'coaches' in the fitness industry, and it's important to understand which ones can help you reach your goals, and which ones cannot. Before taking on a weight loss coach, make sure the one you're talking to has accredited certifications, and is certified and qualified to teach you. It is illegal to give fitness consultations and advice without having a license to do so. It is also illegal to administer a nutritional plan without being a dietitian. Make sure whatever weight loss coach in Boston MA you consider, they have the certifications and qualifications to help you lose weight.

 

What Are Others Saying

 

Do a quick google or yelp search on the person and see what you find. What are others saying about them? How credible do they seem? Do they have any client testimonials? (See our bootcamp testimonials here for an example) If they've got mixed reviews, maybe you should consider a different weight loss coach.. There's plenty of them, so don't worry if you find a few with poor ratings and reviews. Your health and your goals are most important, so make sure you make the right choice for a weight loss coach.

How Much Do They Charge?

 

Living in Boston can get expensive. When finding a weight loss coach in Boston, MA, you want to make sure they fall within your budget. It isn't going to be cheap to find a high quality coach with the certifications and qualifications you need to succeed, but it shouldn't break the bank for you either. Be conscious of how much it will cost, and how much you feel your health is worth.

 

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Written by Chris Harrington

Chris is the founder of The Finest Fitness. He is a 23 year old entrepreneur, athlete, and personal trainer residing in Boston, MA. He has worked with over 150 clients as a fitness coach at a local health club, trained his own clientele, and continues to learn and grow in his own training. He has been featured on Bodybuilding.com's 'Teen Transformation of the Week', and has ranked in the top 9 percentile for the Spartan Race. He currently runs private personal training in Boston, and manages clients through The Finest Fitness.


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