Rasul Davis

How did you know health coaching was right for you?
I was always interested in health and wellness, and the body, and the mind, ever since I was a kid. I became a personal trainer after spending four years in the Marine Core, but I got frustrated because a lot of times I could sense that what my clients needed was to think about what they were eating, think about their lifestyle, their habits, their mindset and how to handle stress. So I knew that I needed to do something more with them, more like coaching, where I could talk to them and get clear on what is important to them. I’ve always considered myself a coach.

How did you know when it was the right time to start your health coach training?
One of my core values is freedom, and I never liked the dependency model that personal training engenders – I didn’t like having to show up at the gym. I liked the idea of having the freedom and flexibility to work from anywhere, any time, with anyone no matter where their geographical location was. Now I have clients all over the place, and I really enjoy that.

How has your life changed as a result of becoming a health coach?
What’s exciting is that I actually love, love, love – did I say love? – LOVE what I do. I love preparing to talk to my clients, I love talking with my clients, and I love the way I feel after talking with my clients….I really enjoy the process. I realized that no matter what I do for a living, I’m going to be spending a lot of hours doing it. So I wanted to enjoy the daily process, and I really enjoy the daily process of coaching people. And I get better results from clients coaching than I ever did personal training alone.

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