When it comes to health, fitness, and nutrition, why do so many people struggle? In this video, Dr. John Berardi explains the biggest challenges. He also shares what you can do to make things easier, for yourself (or your clients/patients).
The Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification is the world's most respected nutrition education program. It gives you the knowledge, systems, and tools you need to really understand how nutrition influences a person’s health and fitness.
Plus the ability to turn that knowledge into a thriving coaching practice.
Whether you’re already mid-career, or just starting out, it’s your springboard to a deeper understanding of nutrition, the authority to coach it, and the ability to turn what you know into results. To learn more check out this video:
Precision Nutrition co-founder Dr. John Berardi gives you a sneak peek inside the Level 1 Certification.
Precision Nutrition is trusted by fitness, health, and wellness pros worldwide. Here's what they have to say about the Level 1 Certification:
"I think the coolest thing about the program is the promotion of behavior change. If I can teach my patients how to change, I can make a world of difference without having to pull out my prescription pad. In the end, when people tell me they want to teach other people how to live healthier lifestyles, I tell them the Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification is the way to go."
- Spencer Nadolsky, DO, Bariatric Medicine
"The Level 1 Certification is a very practical experience that allows you to immediately affect positive changes in the lives of your clients. One of the things I absolutely love is the focus on the big things first — the behavioral modifications, and to some degree the quick fixes that can yield dramatically improved results."
- Eric Cressey, MA, CSCS
"The Level 1 program gives you the skills and tools that you need to actually go out and do it. So it's not just academic information. It gives you everything you need to be a successful coach."
- Marie-Josee Perrier, PhD
"What really makes a great coach, and what I think works so well in the PN Level 1 program — it's not about telling someone to do something. It's about knowing what questions to ask, and then leading the person in the right direction."
- Jonathan Goodman, founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center