Why change health and fitness is difficult. (Plus 4 ways to make it easier.)

When it comes to health, fitness and nutrition, why do so many people struggle? In this video, Dr John Berardi explains the biggest challenges. It also shares what you can do to make things easier for yourself (or your customers / patients).

About Accuracy Certification 1 Nutritional Accuracy

Precision Nutrition Precision Certification 1 is the most respected educational nutrition program in the world. It gives you the knowledge, the systems and the tools you need Really Understand how nutrition affects the health and fitness of a person.

In addition, the ability to turn this knowledge into a thriving coaching practice.

Whether you are already in the middle of your career or just starting out, it's your springboard for a deeper understanding of diet, the power to train and the ability to turn what you know into results. To learn more, check out this video:

Co-Founder of Accuracy for Nutrition Dr. John Berardi gives you a secret look at Level 1 of certification.

Certification of Precision Nutrition Postgraduate Stories

Precision Nutrition trusts health, health and wellness professionals worldwide. Let's see what to say about Level 1 certification:

"I think the coolest thing about the program is to promote behavior change If I can teach my patients how to change, I can make a world of difference without having to pull out my tampon. want to teach other people how to live healthier lifestyles, I say to them that Accuracy Precision 1 is the way to go. "
– Spencer Nadolsky, DO, Bariatric Medicine

"Level 1 certification is a very practical experience that allows you to directly influence the positive changes in your clients' lives. One of the things I really love is focusing on the first things – behavioral changes and, to a certain extent, fast corrections that can yield dramatically improved results. "
– Eric Cressey, MA, CSCS

"The Level 1 program gives you the skills and tools you need to really get out and do it. So it's not just academic information but it gives you everything you need to be a successful coach."
– Maria-Jose Perrier, PhD

"What really makes a great coach and what I think works so well in the PN Level 1 program – is not to say something to do, it's about knowing what questions to ask and then leading the person to the right direction".
– Jonathan Goodman, founder of the Personnel Training Developer Center