Sometimes it happens. You just don’t feel like you’re getting the support you need from your Team Beachbody Coach.
It might even be that your current coach stops coaching or were randomly assigned a coach when you first started. It really doesn’t matter why you want to switch coaches, what matters is that you can do it – and the process of switching coaches is super easy!
Before You Change Your Coach
I created this post because I get a at least half a dozen coach change requests each month. People probably don’t understand why my first response is always this:
“Please reach out and contact your current coach first!”
Lots of coaches, including myself, love when their customers reach out to them. When someone reaches out to you, it’s so much easier to give them the help they need at that point in time. While I do check in with my customers each month, it helps to keep the lines of communication open on both ends. That way when I’m needed for a quick question or motivation, I’m always here to help. :)
On the other hand, I’ve had people I worked with change coaches, which doesn’t bother me one bit. Why? Because as a coach, I want what’s best for someone to help achieve their goals – even if that means working with another coach.
The 3 Exact Steps to Change your Team Beachbody Coach
1.) First, you’ll need some information from the coach you’d like to join. You need to know the following:
- Their Coach Name
- Their Coach ID#
- Their Coach Email Address
2.) You must also know the information you used when creating an account or ordering from Beachbody:
- Your Country
- Your Language
- Full Name
- Billing Zip Code
- Email Address
3.) Go to the following url: https://faq.beachbody.com/app/customer_coach_change_form/lob/beach and enter your information from above and send the form.
It says it takes 2 business days for the coach transfer to complete, but I’ve found it typically occurs within only a few business hours.
Places to Find a Coach
Here are a few ways to find a Team Beachbody Coach:
- Ask friends for a referral
- Search the Internet
- Check out social media
Before changing coaches, reach out and ask the person you are considering as a coach a few questions. 5 example questions.
How long have you been a Coach for?
What kind of support do you offer as a coach?
What program do you suggest for me (noting your current situation)?
Do I get the same support from you if I don’t drink Shakeology?
What is the best way to contact you with questions?
Hopefully this has given you some ideas about how to choose the best Beachbody coach for you.
Below is an example of what it looks like when you fill out the coach information. I wrote this post to help people who are not happy with their current coach to see the options you have.
Questions? Feel free to contact me or leave a comment below.