Becoming a CrossFit Precision Care Health Coach: An Opportunity to Become a Professional Coach?

December 15, 2021 by
Photo Credit: Julie Foucher, MD

In October, CrossFit LLC announced their new CrossFit Precision Care service, a telehealth primary care service aimed at providing an individualized and proactive, data-driven approach to lifelong health. 

Since then, CrossFit has been seeking, hiring, and introducing Precision Care Health Coaches to the community via social media, coaches who will “assist patients in putting their precision medical care plans into practice,” explained a CrossFit LLC representative to the Morning Chalk Up about the position.

Digging a little deeper into the role, and it becomes clear that becoming a Health Coach might just be the ticket for a Level 1 coach—who has been coaching part-time at three different gyms—to finally become a full-time, professional coach. 

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