Do you own a television with a cable connection?
Then you’ve seen infomercials for at-home workout programs promising to get you from flab to fab in “X” amount of time.
Would you ever think a company with this type of business approach would actually be able to thrive during one of the worst economic times in history? An economic time when housing markets have crumbled and banks and automotive companies needed bailing out.
There’s no way a company that focuses only on health and fitness would survive during times like this…let alone flourish, right?
Carl Daikler and Jon Cogdon started Beachbody in 1998 as a fairly small mail order company. Since that time, it has grown exponentially, fighting its way to the top of the health and fitness world and rising above other crumbling companies.
Not a Fad Company
As you know, fad diets and fad workouts come and go all the time. One year, the Atkins diet is in, the next it’s Paleo. One year HIIT training (still love it, btw!) is the hottest thing, the next it’s yoga. It can be really confusing and frustrating to try to follow it all.
In the 15+ years of existence, Beachbody has taken a different approach than most companies. They put their emphasis on producing complete fitness programs and top-of-the-line nutritional supplements that work for people who are willing to put the work in.
You would’ve thought with the huge success of Beachbody, the company and founders would have cashed in and gone public on the stock market. But that’s where they’re different and much more personable.
A Company for the People by the People
When looking at it all, it’s pretty clear to see it was actually real people with real results in Beachbody’s infomercials that pushed the company into stardom. This display of realism is what brought the company to the forefront of the health and fitness industry. Realism at its best.
I believe it’s the real people with the real results idea that led to the introduction of the Team Beachbody Coach network. I mean, what better way for a company that focuses on improving peoples lives than to have those same people who are already passionate about the programs and believe in what a difference the products make to share their results with other people?
Want to Learn More?
I’m proud to say I’ve followed multiple Beachbody programs and I have no regrets being a Beachbody Coach – I feel better than ever, and I get to help people accomplish the same.
In this relatively short amount of time, I have made such a dramatic change in my overall lifestyle – so much so that I wouldn’t know where to begin, and there’s been so much that’s happened since then.
Here are my top articles for those interested in coaching. It will help you decide whether or not it’s something you might be interested in. And of course, you can always contact me directly if you have any specific questions.
Beachbody coaching has major a major difference in my life in more ways than one, and I know it can make a difference in yours.
My Personalized Coach Training
- Training – I always tell people it is not how many hours a day you put in, but how consistent you are, that will determine your success. Social media & my personal blogging strategies will be covered.
- An Hour of Power – together we create a customized checklist of daily activities to do.
- Private Group – an area to brainstorm ideas and get questions answered from those with real world experience.
Statement of Earnings:
***Team Beachbody® does not guarantee you any level of success or income from the Team Beachbody Coach Opportunity. Each Coach’s income depends on his or her own efforts, diligence, and skill.
Not Afraid of Change
Times change, and so does Beachbody.
The one thing I love most about Beachbody is that, as a company, it is not afraid of change. In fact, they embrace it. From VHS to DVD to streaming workouts online – they are adapting to the ever-changing times. So, what better kind of company to be a part of than one that stays true to its roots of producing quality programs and top-of-the-line supplements, but above all, stays true to its heart of helping people succeed in fitness and in life?