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FAQs: Part Three

Back with our final post to wrap up this FAQ series. We hope you've found a lot of benefit from these and they've been helpful when considering if our coaching team is a good fit for you and your goals! As a quick recap...

  • FAQ: Part One -- covered all things inquiries, consult calls and what exactly you're getting in an online versus in-person coach.

  • FAQ: Part Two -- discussed all the coaching packages, programs and specific populations we (can) serve within our team.

Today's post is rounding out all of the other questions that we tend to run into when potential clients ask about our coaching.


FAQ: What Is Expected Of Me (the client)?

After signing on with an Audacious Athlete coach, you will be assigned a designated check-in day, where (depending on what coaching program you are receiving) you will submit specific documents each week:

  • Your weight and macro tracker

  • This holds data that includes scale weight, macros (if receiving nutrition coaching), water intake, sleep, training and cardio completed, and an additional section to provide other pertinent notes about the week

  • Your check-in questionnaire

  • This set of questions each week allows the client to provide additional information regarding various biofeedback variables and markers (stress levels, digestion, energy, etc.) as well as prompting the client to look for non-scale victories from the week

  • Update physique photos

  • Despite what coaching program you receive, weekly photos are important in this coaching relationship and should be taken at the same time/place/situation each week to provide the coach with the most accurate understanding of changes that are occurring

  • Updated training log

  • This houses the completed workouts and training the client accomplished that week. This is only required of a Total Athlete and Training Only client.

Click here to listen to Coach Brittany talk more here.

FAQ: Do I Have To Track Macros To See Results?

It depends! An answer so many people loathe to hear. Not all clients need to (or should) track macros. We also take alternative approaches to coaching when we feel macro-tracking may not be the best for a specific client. We take things like diet history, current goals and your relationship with food into consideration when making this call.

We also use other methods outside of macros to coach clients who do have nutrition goals:

  • Habit tracking

  • Hand/plate portion tracking

  • Nutrition concepts

  • Hunger cues