Introduction
  • Introduction and Meet the Instructors
  • What Does a Health Coach Do?
  • Different Ways to Use This Material as a Coach
  • What Are Health and Wellness?
  • How to Use This Course
  • Disclaimer and Code of Ethics
  • Q&A, Support and Workbook Exercises
  • ROADMAP FOR BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL LIFE COACHING BUSINESS...
  • Questions, Resources and Meet the Instructors
  • All Course Documents in One Handy Place
COACHING SKILLS: Life Coaching Foundation
  • Coaching vs Therapy vs Medical Advice
  • Emotional Intelligence: Understanding Your EQ
  • SWOT ANALYSIS
  • DISC Model of Understanding Personality Types
  • The GROW Model of Coaching
  • The Wheel of Life
  • The Power of Visualization
COACHING SKILLS: The Psychology of Behavioral Change
  • What is Health Psychology
  • Assessing Readiness for Change (The Transtheoretical Model of Behavioral Change)
  • Social Cognitive Theory
  • Health Belief Model
  • Developing Self-Efficacy
  • The Importance of Having a Growth Mindset
  • You Can Change Your Brain
COACHING SKILLS: Building Your Team
  • You Are Not Alone: Identifying Your 3 Teams
  • How to Build Your Teams
  • How to Communicate Effectively with Your Team Members
COACHING SKILLS: Setting Realistic Goals
  • Why Do Goals Matter?
  • Setting Meaningful Goals (The BIG WHY)
  • Health Goals with an Emphasis on the Past
  • Health Goals with an Emphasis on the Present
  • Health Goals with an Emphasis on the Future
  • Setting Achievable Goals (Creating an Action Plan)
  • SMART Goals
  • Small Changes Lead to Big Results
  • Celebrating with Your Client
COACHING SKILLS: Relapse Prevention
  • Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Success
  • Overcoming Fear of Change
  • Overcoming Road Blocks and Set Backs
  • Willpower, Triggers, and Cues
  • The Power of Pain and Pleasure
COACHING SKILLS: Communication and Rapport
  • Establishing Rapport and Setting Expectations
  • Establishing Rapport Using Mirroring
  • Making a Positive First Impression
  • Active Listening
  • Reflective Listening
  • Empathetic Listening
  • Types of Coaching Questions
  • Probing Questions
HEALTH THEORY: HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR A HEALTH COACH
  • Systems of the Human Body
  • Understanding How Muscles Work
  • Joints and Levers
  • Movement Analysis
  • Balance, Posture and Alignment
  • ENERGY METABOLISM
HEALTH THEORY: BASIC NUTRITION AND DIGESTION FOR A HEALTH COACH
  • Nutrient Density and Bioavailability
  • What to Eat: Organic, Local and Seasonal
  • Macronutrients: Carbohydrates
  • Macronutrients: Protein
  • Macronutrients: Fats
  • Micronutrients: Vitamins
  • Micronutrients: Minerals
HEALTH THEORY: BASIC NUTRITION and SPECIAL CONDITIONS
  • Basic Nutrition For Different Life Cycles
  • Basic Nutrition and Popular Diets
  • Basic Nutrition for Special Conditions ( Obesity, High Blood Pressure, Anemia)
HEALTH COACHING: THE INITIAL INTERVIEW ANS SCREENING CLIENTS
  • Assessing Physical Health and Physical Activity Readiness
  • Assessing Readiness to Change
  • Assessing Body Composition and Discussing it with Clients
  • Warning Signs and Eating Disorders
HEALTH COACHING: PHYSICAL FITNESS ASSESSMENTS
  • Physical Fitness and its Components
  • Cardiorespiratory Fitness Testing
  • Assessment of Stability through Static Posture
  • Assessment of Core Stability
  • Assessment of Balance
  • Assessment of Mobility
HEALTH COACHING: DEVELOPING A NUTRITIONAL PROGRAM
  • Assessment Tools and What Can a Health Coach Actually Do About Nutrition?
HEALTH COACHING: DEVELOPING AN EXERCISE PROGRAM FOR THE GENERAL CLIENT
  • Introduction to Functional Movement and Resistance Training
  • Cardiorespiratory Training
  • Level 1- Stability and Mobility Part 1
  • Level 1- Stability and Mobility Part 2
  • Level 2 – Movement Training Part 1
  • Level 2 - Movement Training Part 2
  • Level 3 – Load Training
  • Level 4 - Performance Training
  • Exercise Programming Tips and Wrap Up
CASE STUDY