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Mar 15

Beachbody Coach For Men

Josh Spencer BeachbodyThere are a lot of women Beachbody Coaches in the Team Beachbody network, so if you’re trying to find a Beachbody Coach for men, there’s pretty slim pickings. Hell, I think 90% of the network, or something crazy like that, is women. Of those 10% or less that are men, not all of them are actually engaged in coaching others. That leaves a lot of dudes who want a Coach, but just can’t find anyone to help them. Then there’s me.


I’ve been a Beachbody Coach for a long time now. I started as a Coach back in 2008 because I went through P90X, got great results, and developed a passion for health and fitness. I’ve always enjoyed helping others so becoming a Coach seemed like the perfect fit. In 2010 I became a full time Beachbody Coach and have been doing it ever since. In that time frame I’ve literally helped thousands of people get results, 99% of them men. There’s a difference between me and most other male Beachbody Coaches. I actually know my shit. It’s not arrogance, it’s confidence because I’ve helped so many people get results. I actually won the Top Beachbody Coach award back in 2010 for helping so many people. If you don’t know what that is, it just means that I was the #1 Coach out of all men and women in the network. I’ve helped a lot of guys gain mass and lose weight since I have been able to successfully do both. I actually lost 25 lbs and got into the best shape of my life after going through P90X back in 2008, and then gained 11 lbs of muscle in 90 days just recently in 2016 after going through one of our programs called Body Beast. Here are my most recent Body Beast results.

Beachbody Coach for Men – 4 Key Points

Most guys who are trying to find a Beachbody Coach for men want someone who (1) communicates with them regularly and answers their questions, (2) won’t validate excuses, (3) has a lot of knowledge on workouts, nutrition, and supplements, and (4) will motivate them throughout their journey. I’ll break down how I am with all of these below.


I have great communication with all of my customers. Not only am I in contact with them through messaging over on Facebook, but I send out weekly check-in emails as well. In those emails I usually give some sort of excellent nutrition or workout tip. In addition, I have an incredible Facebook group for just men called the “Ultimate Man Cave.” What’s so great about that group is that we talk about more than just fitness. Sure, it’s mainly a fitness group, but we talk about sports, cars, girls, pretty much anything guy related as well. We also have a fantasy football league and weekly Draft King leagues once football season starts. Needless to say, we have a great time and keep each other motivated while working on our own individual results.


When searching for a Beachbody Coach for Men, most guys want someone who isn’t going to validate their excuses. Pretty much they want someone to tell it like it is. That’s how I am and have always been. If I’m doing something wrong, I don’t want someone to beat around the bush, but rather just tell me exactly what I’m doing so I can correct it and move forward. I’m not going to be offended. That’s exactly how I am with both the people I coach and the Coaches on my team. If I see them making a mistake, I’m quick to jump in and help them correct it. Or if I see them making excuses, I have no problem calling them out for it. In the end, excuses are just illegitimate reasons people create for why they can’t do something just to make themselves feel better for giving up or not taking action in the first place. If you want someone to be real with you, I’m your guy.

Workout, Nutrition, and Supplement Knowledge

I have made it a priority to continue expanding my knowledge on supplements, nutrition, and workouts every single year. I don’t like not knowing something, so you will always find me reading books, researching on Google, and watching videos. I have a very good understanding of what supplements are effective, when you should take them, why they are effective, and which are good or poor quality. With the workouts, I’ve done many different programs over the years to reach very different goals, from leaning out to gaining mass. Name a Beachbody program and more than likely my wife or I have done it, with the exception of Country Heat. I don’t dance. And with the nutrition, you probably don’t know this but I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease back in 2015. My plan was to take mostly a natural approach to healing, so I started really digging into proper nutrition. I’m not kidding when I say that I’ve done hundreds and hundreds of hours of research on nutrition and have made some drastic changes in my lifestyle. Because of it I’ve been able to get back to my normal life again. You’re not going to find a Beachbody Coach for men that’s more knowledgeable in all of these areas.


My goal is to help men get results, period. As a Coach, I have to make sure that the guys that I coach stay motivated long enough to get results. Once they get results, then it’s hard to go back to their old, unhealthy ways, but it’s getting them to that point. Every journey that each guy will be on will be different, but they will all hit obstacles at one point or another. It’s too easy for them to lose motivation and then quit when they hit an obstacle, but I do my best to help them figure out a solution quickly and keep up their motivation to continue moving forward.

So, when searching for a Beachbody Coach for men, hopefully you have come to the conclusion to make me your Coach. –> CLICK HERE TO MAKE ME YOUR COACH <– If you already have a Coach, but aren’t active with him/her, email me at Josh@JoshSpencerFitness.com and I will give you instructions on the next strep. Once you sign up, I will reach out to you and we will get started. If you want, I will immediately add you to the Ultimate Man Cave so that you have additional support as well. Don’t forget to follow me on my — > Facebook Page <– as well. If you don’t hear from me right away, make sure you message me and let me know you’re ready to get started.


Jan 04

Tips Before Starting a Beachbody Program

I Coach a lot of people. I’m constantly giving tips to make sure they are on the right track with the workouts, supplements, and nutrition. Something that I tend to forget to do, though, is give them all the proper tips before starting a Beachbody program. My intentions are there and I usually give them good advice, but then a few weeks later I remember that there was something else I wanted to tell them before they got started. By that point it’s just a little too late. So there are two reasons why I’m doing this post. One, so that everything is in one place and I don’t have to try to keep remembering it all, and two, so that everyone getting started has everything in place to start properly and get the best results possible.

7 Tips Before Starting a Beachbody Program

(1) Get yourself a Beachbody Coach. Hopefully by now you have one, but if you don’t, find yourself one quickly. Having a Coach is important because he or she can help you stay motivated, add you to a support group, and answer any questions that you may have along your journey, whether it’s about motivation, workouts, supplements, or nutrition. Obviously if you don’t have a Coach I will nominate myself to be your coach because, well, I do know what I’m doing! I have literally helped thousands of people since 2008 get results using Beachbody programs. If you don’t already have a Team Beachbody account and want me to be your Coach, click here. If you already have a Team Beachbody account, but don’t talk to your Coach, email me at Josh@JoshSpencerFitness.com and I will tell you what to do next.

(2) Make sure you are doing the right program. If you’re starting a Beachbody program, there’s a good chance that you have the new All Access pass, giving you access to every single Beachbody workout available to stream on your phone, tablet, computer, or even smart TV. If you’re still paying for Beachbody programs separately, you’re pretty much just throwing money out the window. Anyways, you want to make sure you’re doing the program that’s right for you. It’s crazy to me how many Beachbody Coaches “recommend” the wrong program! Your current health condition, the amount you want to lose or gain, and the type of workouts you enjoy all play a part in which program you should choose. Below I’m going to give you some program recommendations.

  • If you’re trying to gain mass – Body Beast
  • If you’re very overweight and want to lose weight and enjoy a combination of resistance and cardio – Power 90
  • If you’re a former athlete that has 10-15 lbs to lose and enjoy both cardio and resistance – P90X, P90X2, P90X3, Hammer & Chisel
  • If you’re an athlete already in great shape and want to take your conditioning and physique to the next level – Insanity Asylum, Insanity Asylum Volume 2, Insanity Max 30, or Insanity
  • If you have a decent amount of weight to lose and want a shorter program with shorter workouts that contains a balance of resistance and cardio – 21 Day Fix
  • If you are in good shape already and have a small amount of weight to lose, want to really lean out, and enjoy shorter workouts – 21 Day Fix Extreme
  • If you enjoy dancing workouts – Country Heat, Turbofire, Hip Hop Abs, Cize
  • If you enjoy karate or kickboxing – Core De Force, Combat
  • If you enjoy shorter, military type workouts – 22 Minute Hard Corps

Before doing any program, though, make sure you talk to me or your Coach so that we can make sure you are choosing the right one.

(3) Understand the nutrition plan. As cliche as it is, abs really are made in the kitchen. If you want great results, you have to focus on the nutrition aspect just as much as you do the workouts. If not, you will have very little to no results. Every single program, whether you stream it via the All Access pass or purchase it separately, comes with a nutrition guide. Before starting any Beachbody program, you want to take the time to thoroughly read through the nutrition guide. Understand the recommended amount of calories and the macro breakdown for your current weight, height, and health condition. For example, the amount of calories recommended for someone who is 5’7″ is going to be much different than someone who is 6’7″. Macros will include the percentages of fat, carbs, and protein that you should be consuming on a daily basis. For example, in the P90X nutrition guide, during the first phase a fat/carb/protein % of 20/30/50 is recommended. You can keep track of calories and all macros by downloading the MyFitnessPal app. Get in the habit of logging everything that you eat every day. Also, a lot of the programs that have recently been released use portion control containers that make it very easy to keep track of your macros. 21 Day Fix is one of these programs.

(4) Clean out your cupboards. This is something that I did right before I started P90X for the first time back in 2008. I went through all of my cupboards and threw out any junk food. The reason is because I knew I couldn’t eat it if it wasn’t there. When you start craving something sweet, for example, if those Oreos aren’t hanging around, you’re forced to choose a healthy alternative, such as fruit or Shakeology.

(5) Have all the supplements ordered. I’m a big believer in supplements, always have been. I’ve done programs with and without supplements and I’ve gotten the best results when I use them. However, not all supplements are created equal. It’s crazy to me just how many people will head to Walmart and grab some random whey protein because they feel that all protein brands are the same. That’s not the case. There are good quality supplements and there are bad quality ones. You want to make sure that (1) You’re using the right supplements, and (2) That you get yourself high quality ones. The poor quality ones contain dyes, toxins, and chemicals. If you’re trying to make a positive change in your health, it’s not worth consuming anything with that shit in it. And you want to make sure all of your supplements are ordered and arrive before starting a Beachbody program. Here are some good quality supplements that I use and when I use them.

  • Meal Replacement or Snack – Shakeology – Vegan Chocolate or Tropical blended with almond butter, organic banana, and coconut almond milk. (Check out my full Shakeology Review!)
  • Pre-workout – Energize – 2 scoops 10-15 minutes before my workout.
  • Pre-workout – Creatine Monohydrate – 5g mixed with 8 oz organic grape juice 15-20 minutes before the workout. I only take this if I’m trying to put on mass, though.
  • Intra-workout – Hydrate & MRM BCAA+G – 1 scoop hydrate and 3 scoops BCAAs shaken with 10-12 ounces of water. I sip on this throughout my workout.
  • Post-workout – Recover and Glutamine – 1 scoop of the Recover formula and 5g glutamine powder immediately following an intense workout.
  • Recharge – casein protein taken right before bed to help with recovery while you sleep.

Recover, Hydrate, Energize, Recharge, and Creatine are all part of the Beachbody Performance line of supplements. Shakeology is a Beachbody product as well. The rest of the supplements I get at Vitamin Shoppe or BodyBuilding.com. You can purchase any of the Beachbody products in my —> online shop <—.

(6) Take “before” pictures. I always recommend this to the people I coach before starting a Beachbody program. I recommend taking Day 1, 30, 60, and 90 pictures for a 90 day program. It’s important for a few reasons. First, you want something to compare to once you starting getting results. When you take progress pictures after 30 days, for example, putting it side by side with your Day 1 picture can be a huge motivation to continue pushing once you see the changes you’ve made. Sometimes people don’t realize that they’ve made any changes because the scale doesn’t move. That sometimes happens because they are losing body fat and gaining muscle at the same time. Second, taking progress pictures is important if you decide that you want to become a Beachbody Coach after you complete your journey and help others get results like you did. Having that before and after comparison to show others gives you credibility and inspires a lot of people.  BTW, here is my most recent Day 1 and Day 90 comparison from Body Beast.

*Results Vary

(7) Make goals for yourself. I’m a big believer in goal setting. If you don’t know what it is that you’re trying to accomplish, how are you going to know what path to take? And I recommend creating shorter, attainable goals rather than focusing on one massive goal. For example, maybe you have a goal of losing 150 lbs. That’s great, but that can be extremely overwhelming for anyone. Instead, maybe create a goal to lose 15-20 lbs within the first month. Then maybe lose another 20 lbs the following month. Those small, attainable goals over time added up will lead you to your ultimate goal of losing 150 lbs. It’s important, too, that you make your goals very specific and write them down and place them somewhere you will see them every day. For example, you can do what I used to do and purchase a dry erase board, write your goals on it, and hang it in your living room. Every morning that I woke up I looked at those goals and it kept me focused on what I needed to do that day to reach those goals.

Now you know 7 things that you need to do before starting a Beachbody program! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’m here to help.

Dec 26

Why Fear Destroys Beachbody Coaches

Beachbody Coaches are immobilized by fear. Really, the majority of people are immobilized by fear. It’s the reason why 99% of not just Beachbody Coaches, but people in general never truly become successful. It’s the reason why so many lie on their death bed regretting the things they didn’t do. Fear truly does destroy people. In order to constantly move forward in life, you have to know how to conquer your fear. I’m going to teach you how below.

Beachbody Coach Fears

Fear causes hesitation. Hesitation gives you more time to psyche yourself out. The more your hesitate, the greater the chance you will never take action. Action is where success is achieved. Nobody ever achieved anything by not taking action. This is something I learned when I was very young, maybe around 8 years old. Both of my parents drilled in my head the importance of conquering fear and taking action. When I look back and reflect on all of the success I’ve achieved as a Beachbody Coach, it’s because I never hesitated in taking action. Does that mean that I didn’t have fear? Absolutely not. Fear lives in everyone, but I handle fear differently than most everyone else. For example, I grew up with a fear of public speaking. It was so bad that I would literally shake when I had to get up in front of a group. I lost all train of thought and had minor anxiety attacks. Once I became a Beachbody Coach, I understood that if I ever wanted to be one of the Top Beachbody Coaches in the network that I was going to have to conquer that fear. That’s when I decided to force myself to face my fear head on. It would have been very easy for me to say, “No, I can’t do this,” but rather I forced myself on stage in front of 150 people and shared my story. My first time doing this was at a Game Plan event in Columbus and I remember it so specifically. It was one of the scariest moments of my life, but I did it, and then I did it again and again. I did it so many times that eventually I learned that what I feared most wasn’t actually all that scary. Now here I am today and have spoken at many events in front of thousands and thousands of people. There is no longer anxiety, no longer a fear. I love speaking to others and sharing my story and passion for what I do as a Beachbody Coach. My ability to be a confident speaker has played a major role in my success. Without it I wouldn’t be where I am today. I’m confident in that.

I’m in a very unique position now as a Beachbody Coach. I have such a large team and mentor so many people that I see almost every single instance where fear immobilizes other Beachbody Coaches. As a leader, I have to pass on my knowledge on conquering fear if I want other Coaches to achieve success like I have and if I want my business to continue to grow. Without an understanding of how to conquer fear, nobody will move forward. Last night I watched the movie “We’re The Miller’s” with my wife. The movie is hilarious, yes, but there was a line said that really caught my attention and made complete sense. Ironically enough, there was a life lesson in a comedy movie. The “son” in the movie, Will Poulter, had never kissed a girl before and froze up at the first opportunity to do so. Rather than moving in for the kiss, he hugged the girl instead. The girl, now confused, walked away in disappointment. The “father,” Jason Sudeikis, decided to give the boy some advice. He told him that next time he comes across a situation like that, count 1-2-3 and just do it. He talked about how fear causes hesitation and hesitation causes people to never take action, but if you count to 3 and just do it, it will help you conquer your fear. Genius! What if all Beachbody Coaches took this same approach? What if they counted to 3 and just took action every single time fear knocked them dead in their tracks? I can tell you what will happen. More people will be helped and more success will be achieved.

Beachbody Coaches Fear of Rejection

Now I want to talk about specific moments that Beachbody Coaches fear. The first, and this happens all the time with newer Coaches, is approaching people about our products. In any business, you can’t succeed without talking to people, and that’s why most Coaches never even make it out of the gate. They think the business will come to them. No, that’s not how it works. The reason they don’t reach out to people, though, is because of fear of rejection. Fear of rejection is probably the greatest fear that causes failure, and not just in business either. Why don’t some kids ask their crushes to prom? Because of the fear of rejection. Why don’t Beachbody Coaches approach people on a daily basis? Because of fear of rejection. Now if you take action and just “go for it,” does that mean you won’t get rejected? Of course not. Trust me when I say that you will get a lot of “no’s” before you get any “yes’s”. However, there are always lessons to be learned in those “no’s,” forcing you to make adjustments. The more you reach out to people, the better you become at receiving “yes’s”. Not just that, though, you will also quickly get over your fear of rejection because you will discover that which you fear most isn’t really all that scary.

Fear of Objections

Another fear that goes right along the same lines of fear of rejection is fear of objections. Beachbody Coaches hesitate talking to people about our incredible products, such as Shakeology and Body Beast, because they fear that they will get an objection that they aren’t ready to handle. Most of the time it’s a price objection. If you’re one of these Coaches, don’t worry, this is normal. However, just because it’s normal doesn’t mean it’s OK to just not reach out to people. Here’s the truth, objections will happen. I’ve probably received thousands of objections during my 8+ years as a Beachbody Coach. But I understand that the only way for me to learn how to deal with an objection is by hearing the objection and reacting to it. I’ve heard and reacted to so many objections over the years that there really isn’t an objection that I don’t know how to answer anymore. It’s like second nature for me and that’s because I’ve heard them all multiple times. Trust me when I say, though, that this was hard to deal with when I first became a Coach. I remember my first phone call with a prospect that was interested in the Beachbody business. The entire call all I could think about was not having the knowledge to properly conquer an objection. That first objection came, I stumbled, but it wasn’t as bad as I thought. I got through it and over time that fear slowly began to disappear. Forcing yourself into a situation to where you have to handle objections is the only way to get over that fear of objections. If you join a good team, though, your sponsor or upline should have proper training that will properly prepare you to handle objections. That will help, of course, but the best way to learn is to actually be forced to address the objection in real time from a customer or prospect.

Fear of Videos

Like it or not, the best way to build a business anymore is through social media. It’s the quickest and most effective way to reach out to a lot of people. One of the main strategies, though, is by utilizing video, whether that be going Live on Facebook, creating and editing a video for YouTube, or doing short videos on Instagram or Snapchat. Just like with me and public speaking, though, people are afraid to create videos because they fear what others will think of them. That fear consumes them so much that they never actually create any videos, causing their Beachbody business to stall. Video is such a great tool because people can truly see the type of person you are. You become real to them. You’re not just some guy typing behind a keyboard anymore. You are able to connect with them on another level. Connections and building relationships and trust are key components to success as Beachbody Coaches. If you aren’t creating videos for the fear of judgement, all you’re doing is holding yourself back. Take action and force yourself to create that first video. That fear will slowly disappear. You will thank me later.

Fear of Leadership

Leadership is the difference between a 5 figure business and a 7 figure business. I know a lot of Beachbody Coaches who have been stuck in that 5 figure range for years and it’s because they fear the responsibility of leadership. When you are forced into a leadership role, you now have the weight of responsibility for the success of your team on your shoulders. That causes Coaches to become a deer in headlights. That’s a lot of responsibility that most people don’t want to handle. That fear causes them to never actually develop into a great leader and be stuck in that 5 figure range for the rest of the life of their business or until they quit. They might say that they want to become a leader, but in reality their actions never back it up. They are the ones that refuse to read leadership books like “21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership” by John Maxwell or listen to those who have already established themselves as proven leaders. I’ve come across it quite often in my very large team. I will hold mentorship calls and teach leadership to my downline, but all my advice given just goes in one ear and out the other. They might want to become leaders, but they fear the responsibility that comes with it, so they never take action to move forward.

Fear of Failure

Beachbody Coaches fear failure. I don’t. There’s a reason I’ve achieved this level of success and why 99.9% of others haven’t. Failure does not scare me. I expect failure and embrace it. In my 8 years of being a Beachbody Coach, failure has been more prominent than success. If you would look at a graph of my income, for example, it’s filled with peaks and valleys. Even to this day I still experience failure. The fear of failure alone is enough to hold the majority of people back from ever succeeding. For example, action is never taken on new, creative ideas for the fear of failure. Everyone has ideas, some of them absolutely incredible, but it’s very rare that someone actually acts on those ideas. If you don’t try it out, how will you ever know if it will work? When I have a new idea, I write it down on a piece of paper or my computer and then schedule it in my task list. The majority of the time those ideas do not work. However, maybe 1 out of 10 ideas does work and helps move my business forward. That’s completely worth it to me and should be to you as well.  Heck, this post is an idea I came up with today while working out. Maybe it will help other Beachbody Coaches out there, maybe it won’t, but I still took action and wrote it didn’t I? Approach failure like I do by accepting it and constantly taking action and you will begin to experience success.

Fear causes hesitation and holds people back from succeeding. The only way to ever conquer any fear you have, whether that be fear of rejection, fear of objections, fear of creating videos, or fear of failure, is by taking action. Action always cures fear. If you have to, take the approach that was taken in “We’re The Millers.” Count to 3 and JUST DO IT! By the way, that’s the Nike slogan for a reason. Approach life and your Beachbody business this way from now on and you won’t believe the amount of progress you will make. Will it take time? Absolutely, but action combined with time leads to success and the ability to conquer all of your fears.

Jul 02

Beachbody Coach Success Secret

beachbody coach successOne of the most common questions that I get when I’m at various Beachbody events, from other coaches across the network, and coaches on my team is, “What’s your Beachbody Coach success secret? Everyone seems to think that I’m successful because I have this secret formula that I’m just not sharing with them, but news flash, THAT’S NOT THE CASE! In fact, what you see with me is what you get. The things that I train my coaches on are the EXACT same things that I do myself! So why is it that some Beachbody coaches are extremely successful and others aren’t? If I look back, there is one thing that separates me from the rest of the crowd, and that’s my ability to stay CONSISTENT and WORK HARD every single day!

How I Learned About Hard Work

My work ethic started when I was about 12 years old. At that time I started playing travel baseball for the first time. Now, I wasn’t the best player on the team, in fact I might have been the worst. I hit in the 9 hole, played right field, and my batting average was CRAP! One night, my father came up to me and told me to go downstairs in the basement and hit 1,000 balls off the tee. Reluctantly, I did it, and by the time I was done my hands were destroyed. The next night he told me to do it again, and then again and again every night after that. In all honesty, I HATED IT! I’m not going to disobey my father, though, so I just sucked it up and went down and did it. Little did I know that he was teaching me the importance of hard work and working harder than everyone else. Fast forward a few months and I started noticing that I was getting better. I was seeing the ball better, hitting the ball better, and guess what, my batting average started increasing! Something then changed in me and suddenly it clicked, if I wanted to be good at something, I had to work hard at it every single day. From that point on, I started enjoying going down in the basement and hitting off the tee.

Maybe a year or so later I was at a hitting camp and as we were all sitting in a circle, the instructor said, “Raise your hand if you think you can come up here and hit 50 balls off the tee without hitting the tee.” Confidently, I raised my hand because I had done that THOUSANDS of times before! I looked around and realized I was the only one who had raised their hand. The instructor walked up to me and said, “OK son, get up here and prove it.” I walked up to the tee and hit 50 balls without hitting it once. He then said, “Now I want you to close your eyes and hit 50 more.” “Close my eyes? Really?” I thought to myself, but I closed my eyes, visualized where the ball would be, and swung like I had done thousands of times before. I didn’t hit the tee. He looked at me, almost puzzled (maybe it was impressed?) and said, “Now switch over to the left side and hit 50 more balls.” Now I was a little nervous because I had never done it before, but I did what he asked and jumped over to the other side and hit quite a few balls off the tee before he stopped me. He said, “I’m going to turn you into a switch hitter.” He saw my confidence and knew that the only way to get that confidence was to work hard day in and day out with my swing.

I went home and started working on my left handed swing, and by the time high school rolled around, I had begun hitting from the left side of the plate. I had become a switch hitter because of my work ethic. I was the starting center fielder and leadoff hitter for the team for years, and my senior year we went 32-2, losing in the State Championship game. I then got a scholarship to play ball in college, and wound up winning numerous conference, regional, and national awards my junior and senior years.

Why did I share those stories? Because that is the EXACT type of discipline and hard work that I have applied to both my health and now Beachbody Coach Business. It’s the reason why I have had an UNBELIEVABLE P90X transformation and the reason why I won the Top Beachbody Coach 2010 award! I have always known that if I want to be the best, I have to work harder than everyone else, and I confidently believe that I have done so and continue to do so every single day. Hard work and consistency are in my blood, and they are my Beachbody Coach success secret!

Hopefully from this post you now understand that I have no secret formula for success other than WORK HARD and STAY CONSISTENT! Understand, too, that success is not going to come overnight. Rather, it takes time and patience to see results with anything, especially the Beachbody Coach business. You can’t expect to start as a coach today and make $5,000 a week in 2 months, it just doesn’t work that way! However, if you can stay consistent, work hard on things that will help you stay productive daily, then over a period of a year, 2 years, 5 years you might see some Beachbody Coach success. Remember, never, ever give up! Keep pushing forward every single day.