WONDERING HOW THE NUTRIFIT
PREMIER SYSTEM WORKS?
The NutriFit Premier online training system
I’m not much of a “tech-y” person (and neither are many of my clients), so I aim to keep things as simple as possible while still delivering mind-blowing results. I use 2 apps in my online coaching: one each for fitness and communication , plus one for nutrition. Scheduled coaching calls are done via phone or Zoom; whatever each client prefers.
Online fitness coaching involves ongoing and continuous support, not just scheduled sessions. If a client needs help, they can reach out at any time. I see details of every single workout my clients complete (and every one they miss!), and every single meal they eat.
For my fitness coaching,All Clients will have access to the official NutriFit Premier training . My clients receive workouts, log them as they get done, and track their progress. I get automatic notifications whenever a client completes a workout (how’s that for accountability?!) and I can easily keep tabs on everyone’s progress. I also receive notifications when clients miss scheduled workouts! Clients also have the option of saving – or printing out – their workouts as PDFs if they like.
I use MyFitnessPal (with which most people are already familiar) for nutrition coaching. My clients log their food and I can automatically see their entries without them having to send me anything. Keeps things nice ‘n’ simple.
Food logging in an app isn't for everyone. A few of my clients (like those with histories of disordered eating patterns, for example) choose to track their meals in other ways, like sending me photos of everything they eat.
For my coaching program, clients get e-mail and text message (within the Training app) support for questions they may have, progress check-ins, etc. For my exclusive more in-depth coaching program, I use an app called Voxer for quick voice messaging and texting. My clients also use the training app to send video clips of their exercises so I can check their form.
It may sound like a lot of tech, but it’s really not a huge time investment. After a short initial learning curve, my clients spend most of their time focused on their workouts, nutrition, and overall Lifestyle change , not spending hours glued to their phones or computer screens.
It takes 2 minutes after a workout to enter weights used and reps performed, and 5 minutes to create a food log for the day (less if you eat similar things every day.) That’s a pretty damn good investment of 7 minutes, if you ask me, especially because your coach can see all your info immediately.