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Strategies for Improving Nutrition Habits

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Adjusting urges, shifting mindsets, and developing positive habits for your clients is a powerful skill!

NASM has partnered with Dr. Christopher Mohr and Dr. Kara Mohr (internationally recognized nutrition and behavior change experts) to create a resource for unlocking excellent eating choices.

This mini course will help you create unrestrictive strategies to guide your clients' dietary habits.

This 3-part Mini Course Includes:

A 20-page Downloadable PDF: “The Power of Positive Habits.”

A 12-Part Video Series: "How to Improve Nutrition Habits."

A 55-Minute NASM Live Event: "How to Help Clients with Nutrition Habits."


Gain immediate access to your FREE mini course, plus learn more about becoming a Certified Nutrition Coach with NASM.

Increased Earning Potential

Offer nutrition coaching to existing clients and add an additional revenue stream to your fitness business.

Wider Reach

Learn how to design personalized nutrition coaching for any client and change lives.

Learn at Your Own Pace

This course is 100% digital so you can access top quality content anywhere and study at your own pace.

Growing Industry

Make a lasting impact on clients' lives by starting a career in a growing industry.

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