The hope of the aspiring is that the fitness woman who has it all, should have plenty of exercise leftover goodies to share off of her perfect life’s table.

Now of course, no one really has everything but when you examine the life of the Fitness, Health and Life Coach super star Heidi Powell, though it hasn’t always been that way, she seems to have it all now.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, heidipowell.net photo credit

Maybe she can share some excess with us?

Are you up for that?

Let’s meet her and touch some of her success.

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At her dynamic site heidipowell.net she enlightens, “Behind every great man, there is a great woman,” and Heidi Powell, wife of transformation specialist Chris Powell, is no exception. Empowering thousands across the globe, Heidi works side by side with Chris to carry out their vision of transforming lives from the inside out. A co-host of “Extreme Weight Loss,” Heidi has been the matriarch and tour de force for the often-struggling participants, serving as their daily fitness coach, voice of reason and biggest cheerleader. Season 5 premiered to high ratings on May 26, 2015. In addition their special spinoff series entitled “Extreme Weight Loss: Love Can’t Weight,” premiered on June 23rd, where she and Chris helped transform real-life couples in the months leading up to their weddings. Currently, EWL is in syndication, airing all seasons on TLC and OWN.

Adding best-selling author to her list of accolades, she coauthored Chris’ second book, Choose More Lose More, for Life, which immediately soared to the top of the New York Times Best Seller list. The book offers readers four different carb cycles, and twenty new workouts called Nine-Minute Missions that pack maximum results into minimum time. Additionally, she and Chris just released their newest book entitled, Extreme Transformation: Lifelong Weight Loss in 21 Days, published by Hachette, that provides a comprehensive blueprint for changing your body—and life—in just 21 days.

In 2013, Heidi welcomed America into her home on the ABC.com web series “Meet the Powell Pack.“ Each episode followed the Powells as they managed hectic schedules, weeks away from home and the difficult balance between work and family life.

Heidi writes a very successful blog, where her daily posts include workout tips, recipes, as well as advice on parenting, marriage and how to balance it all. This past year, Heidi became a NPC bikini competitor in the body-building world, after experiencing a transformation of her own. Training for these competitions has ignited a new passion within Heidi to empower women and teach them that you don’t have to starve yourself to achieve the body you want.

While simultaneously filming and coaching private clients and participants from “Extreme Weight Loss,” Heidi travels the country with Chris for speaking engagements and television appearances on such shows as “Good Morning America,” and “The Dr. Oz Show,” sharing vital tips and innovative solutions, transforming lives along the way. She is also part of the Women’s Health Magazine Advisory Board, where she offers expert advice on a regular basis.

Heidi has more than a decade of experience as a personal trainer, and holds both ACE and CrossFit certifications. As a coach, mother of four, and manager of their family business, Heidi brings a whole new perspective and level of compassion to the Powell’s approach, helping others overcome many of life’s challenges to create effective, long-lasting success. When not travelling, she resides in Phoenix with Chris and their four children.”

It seems so many are excited about her product and services.

A fun and reliable source outlines what she and her husband can do for us.

At muscleandperformance.com they educated, “The Powells are the perfect mentors for this Challenge, practicing what they preach by living the lifestyle themselves, along with their four kids, and bringing years of experience balancing health, nutrition and exercise with the demands of daily living. The Powells’ own fitness philosophy and style of training is a simple one: performance-oriented yet simple moves to get you lean, toned and strong, with do-anywhere routines that require minimal equipment, and which are scalable for anyone at any level of fitness.”

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America’s Fittest Couple Challenge includes:

  • Unique Do-Anywhere Video Workouts With His and Hers Moves
  • Scalable Exercise Options for Any Fitness Level
  • Motivational and Inspirational Strategies
  • Weekly Workout Charts
  • A Comprehensive Meal Plan with His and Hers Portions (Created by Master Chefs!)
  • Private Facebook Group
  • Much, Much More!

Let’s admit it, a fantastic life it is and there seems to be so much more she can teach us about health and wellness, including her life philosophy.

At the informative site littlemissfearless.com when asked why she chooses a healthy life style she shared, “The effects of a healthy lifestyle are what make me choose this every day of my life. I’ve never felt stronger (even pregnant), happier, or healthier than I do when choosing a fit life.”

Physical health so often leads to sound emotional health as well. Wouldn’t you agree?

Okay, so Heidi might be one of our first choices to follow but to help you confirm your Fitness Coach choice, we’ve invited a guest speaker to provide us with some guidelines as to who would be the best choice for us, which might lead us right back to Heidi.

How to Choose a Coach – 4 Steps to Selecting the Right Coach For You

By Shannon E Cook 

Many people are learning about the tremendous benefits of coaching. Unlike therapy, coaching focuses on looking toward the future and accomplishing goals, and asking “how” rather than examining the past and looking at “why?” Coaching is also different from consulting in that the wisdom to move forward is unlocked from within the client, rather than a consultant telling the client what to do.

Each of these methods of improving people’s lives and productivity has its place and application, and many people engage in more than one of these personal and professional development processes. So how do you choose a coach? Here are 4 steps to selecting the right coach for you:

  1. Get referrals and information on the coach. Ask if friends or family have used a coach, and what their results have been. Read information and articles from coaches and get a sense of what philosophies and issues are important to him or her, and determine how that matches up with the issues you’d like to focus upon.
  2. Engage prospective coaches in a sample session. Coaching is often delivered over the phone, which makes the process convenient and easy. Many coaches will offer you a complimentary sample session to determine whether the coaching relationship will be a good fit for both of you. Do you have greater clarity at the end of a session? Some strategies for accomplishing the next step in your goal?
  3. Find out if the coach has had any formal training or accreditation. Coaching is a distinct technique, and not all people who call themselves “coaches” use the model widely recognized by most certified or trained coaches. Life and personal coaching is not yet regulated, so be aware of this.
  4. Choose a person with whom you have a positive rapport. This is a co-creative relationship and it is important that you feel comfortable and at ease with this person and his or her style of coaching. Do you prefer to be challenged? Do you like lots of endorsement and affirmation? Do you like a softer, calmer approach, or a more energetic and driven mode? There are as many coaching styles as there are people coaching, so choose the person who seems the best fit for you.

Are you interested in addressing your life challenges from a holistic standpoint, assessing the physical, emotional, and relationship components?

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Shannon Cook is a personal coach and resource guide who has written a number of informative articles and ebooks on the topic of toxic relationships and holistic personal growth, including physical, emotional and relationship health.

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