FREE WEBINAR
Using Tiny Habits to Change Coaching Behaviors & Business

Couldn’t make it live? No problem.

Check out our free recording that provides coaches with guidance on how to pivot their businesses and support their clients in a changing world. Our expert guests and coaches shared their best practices for managing mindset, marketing, and tools in a changing environment.

Panelists include: 

  • BJ Fogg, Best-Selling Author of Tiny Habits and Researcher at Stanford Behavior Design Lab,
  • Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RD, Owner of NutritionRx, 
  • Ryan DeWinter, Owner of Keep Growing Fitness, and
  • Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, director of curriculum at Precision Nutrition (Facilitator)

Free Coaching Resources

New: Tiny Habits® for Behavior and Business

BJ Fogg is a behavioral scientist with 25+ years of research experience at the Stanford Behavior Design Lab. This workbook samples some of the learnings found in his New York Times bestselling book, Tiny Habits®.

The free Tiny Habits® Workbook includes:

  • Three steps to kickstart behavior change, whether personal, professional, or otherwise.
  • 40+ tiny habits to help you take your business online, so you can keep supporting your clients.
  • Expert habit templates for... 

  • Moving to video coaching, so you don’t get overwhelmed and just start.
  • Getting organized, which will help you push past any tech challenges.
  • Improving your coaching content with step-by-step guides.
  • Improving your client engagement by tweaking tactics you’re already doing.
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Coaching Resources Package

Our comprehensive package contains information, resources, and tools to help you understand what you are dealing with, answer questions you're getting from clients, and learn new skills to help you adapt quickly to the changing situation.

The free Coaching Resources Package includes:

  • The facts about COVID-19, including what coaches can do to adapt.
  • How you can respond effectively and adjust your business as needed—including trying online coaching.
  • Answers to common client questions (with word-for-word scripts).
  • Advice on how to start an online coaching business (free books, audio, business kits, and more).
  • 60+ done-for-you home workouts—for yourself and your clients.
  • Plus, more advice, articles, and resources to help you and your loved ones stay healthy, sane, and happy during this challenging time.

Watch Past Recordings

Pressure, Performance, and Practice:
Coaching and Business When Stakes are High

March 26, 2020

CHFL’s second webinar discussed opportunities to pivot for different types of coaching businesses, with great advice from coaches who have found success online, and tips for managing your anxiety and maximizing your performance in a time of high-stress. 

Facilitated by Precision Nutrition's director of curriculum, Krista Scott-Dixon, PhD, and a panel of experts that include: 

  • Dr. Michael Gervais, host of the Finding Mastery podcast and mindset trainer for the Seattle Seahawks
  • Zach Pello, Mind and Body Transformation Coach at
    Carmel Total Fitness
  • Michelle Riley, owner of Fierce & Fit

Expert Panel Discussion
March 19, 2020

CHFL’s first webinar discussed the serious challenges currently facing fitness professionals and how they can take care of themselves, their families and their clients.

Facilitated by Precision Nutrition's director of curriculum, Krista Scott-Dixon, PhD, and a panel of experts that include: 

  • Dr. John Berardi, co-founder of Precision Nutrition and founder of Change Maker Academy
  • Dr. Spencer Nadolsky, chief physician of Renaissance Periodization
  • Jonathan Goodman, head coach and founder of the Online Trainer Academy 
  • Sharad Mohan, CEO and co-founder of Trainerize
  • Molly Galbraith, co-founder and woman-in-charge of Girls Gone Strong

About the Coalition of Health & Fitness Leaders (CHFL)

The Coalition is made up of leading health and fitness industry companies (see complete list below) who have banded together to help move the entire industry forward.  

Our current mission is simple: To help you navigate the coaching and business challenges resulting from COVID-19.

By coming together, the CHFL hopes to help as many people as possible—now and in future initiatives.

Why form the CHFL now?

With gyms closing and appointments cancelling, many fitness professionals are growing concerned about how they'll maintain their livelihood.  

That's why the CHFL is creating new, free resources to help fitness professionals address concerns from their clients, while also evaluating the steps required to start and maintain an online business.

Join Us

If your organization wants to be involved, send an email to: partners@healthandfitnesscoalition.com.