Yesterday I shared a host of assessments for working with new clients. Now let’s talk about how to use what you learned in the assessments to plan their nutrition strategy.
As with all good action plans, your nutrition strategy should:
Note: The “5S” model includes practices that are simple, segmental, sequential, strategic, and supported. For more detail on each, check out this article.
As you think through today’s lesson, here’s how you can start practicing creating action plans with your clients.
Want a simple framework for determining what level each of your clients is at? Then check out this guide to nutritional levels.
This exercise, which you can do together with clients, helps you work backwards to break down a bigger task into smaller behavior goals.
Print them out as-is (with the Precision Nutrition logo) and start using them immediately. Note: Graduates of our Level 1 Certification program are permitted to rebrand these with their own company logo so their brand is front and center.
In the end, after a proper assessment, it’s time to create an effective action plan. Hopefully today’s lesson has given you some new tools for doing just that.
Of course, once your client has an action plan, you’ll want to track what they’re doing and how it’s working. And that leads us to tomorrow’s lesson… Step 3: Measure.
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