Coach Matt here. Now that I have your attention, I want to share an exciting announcement. For those of you that don’t follow the Foundry Athletes Facebook Group, you may have missed my latest post about throwing away New Year’s resolutions related to health and wellness for good and, instead, committing to establishing impactful, sustainable behaviors that will last well into 2017 and beyond.
In support of this idea, I’ve put together an online course called Practical Peak Performance™: a habit based training program to help you establish sustainable habits that empower you to consistently perform better. For those of you that have participated in my Healthy Habits programs in the past, it will be familiar, but with a completely redesigned format and brand new content and tools to help you succeed. Best of all, this program will be self-paced and available to you to work through on your own schedule while still getting the support you need from myself and other participants to ensure your success.
The course will be launching on 01/15, but before you rush into registration, I want to make sure that you’re ready to take on the commitment and confirm that the timing and circumstances are aligned in a way that sets you up for success. To help you in making that decision, I’ve put together a two-part mini-coaching series.
Part one is a brief overview of why resolutions typically fail and what we can do to fix it. As part of this mini-course, you’ll be given access to a tool I use with many of my clients called the “Readiness for Change Questionnaire” that takes you through a brief survey and assigns you a score associated with your readiness to take on change (as it relates to health and wellness). You can start there before moving onto part two (more details to come this week).
You can gain access to the entire free mini-coach series and tools here. In the meantime, be on the lookout for additional details about the course, including a special limited time offer I’ve put together exclusively for the Foundry.
I’m honored to have the opportunity to serve all of you beyond our limited time in the gym and hope to see many of you take advantage of a program that is near and dear to me. Regardless of your decision, I wish you a health and happiness in the year to come.