Science-Backed Health Coaching Tools and Tactics that Help Build
and Deliver Proven to Your Clients!
In this day and age, the convenient availability of information related to healthiness and proper diet is widespread, available near-instantly online. With this in mind; however, all of this information is …
The position of health coach comes with a considerable amount of responsibility. Maintaining active relationships with …
The position of health coach is becoming more and more of an essential part of our well-being as individuals. Where doctors diagnose, health coaches are the ones who devise the necessary plans to …
The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of physical activity per day, at least 5 days per week. While the official guidelines regarding exercise seem relatively …
Training hard is an integral part of developing lean muscle—but muscle growth itself never technically happens in the gym. In fact, a rigorous workout does exactly the opposite.
A growing body of evidence now demonstrates that adequate fiber intake may benefit your digestion and reduce your risk of chronic disease. Additionally, a high fiber diet can aid in weight management, increase healthy gut …
Travis Zipper is an entrepreneur serving clients as a functional diagnostic nutritionist, mentor, and trainer of health coaches within the healthcare industry. Travis grew up in Chicago and …
Human beings are now living longer than ever before. The global average life expectancy has increased by 5.5 years …
If you’ve just become a health coach — congratulations! Working for yourself and taking control of your career can be a very exciting thing to embark upon. However, if this is your …
For years, we have accepted the falsehood that fat leads to weight gain; but not all fats are created equal. Travis Zipper would argue that there are good and bad fats, and half the battle is knowing the …
The widespread social distancing policies put in place to limit the spread of coronavirus are making it difficult to maintain regular physical activity.
Do you find yourself spending a great deal of time brainstorming excuses to justify skipping your workout? You are not alone. We subconsciously waste a significant amount of energy attempting to rationalize our way out of exercising.
Amanda Stegman (+ MS, LDN)
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with Travis Zipper for a number of years both as my Director and peer for a multitude of sports nutrition projects…”
Casey Tom, B.S, FDN
“Working with Travis was one of the best decisions I ever made. Not only has he helped me with my nutrition but he helped me with my overall health on a holistic level…”
Crossfit Lorton Owner, M2N Owner
Precision Nutrition Certification, NCI LV1, RDH
“I have worked with Travis multiple times now throughout my nutrition and coaching journey and couldn’t be more grateful for each season…”
“I’ve always had a sense that there was something missing in my coaching game and it made me nervous knowing that I might be overlooking what might really help my clients reach their goals. Throughout this program, I am now able to shift my attention to things that most health coaches tend to overlook. Overall, Travis has really helped me be a better coach.”
“I knew I wanted to be a great coach that actually made an impact on people’s lives and that is I pretty much jumped straightaway into working with Travis and doing so has helped me tremendously as a coach. He goes through some rather difficult topics and he breaks them down into easy bits of bite-size information that are easily understood so that we can come up with the best protocols for our own clients.”
iN3 Nutrition Coach; Director of NCI L1 Mentorship; iMpact to iNcome Business Coach; All American Bad Ass
“Travis has guided me through working with some of my very difficult clients…”
Courtney – Pharm.D.
“Travis is very knowledgeable about all aspects of functional medicine, health and fitness…”
Anna Lou Hathaway
Licensed Dietitian; NCI Level 2 Nutrition Coach; Sports Nutritionist
“When I have any advanced nutrition questions, especially about hormones, Travis is the one I reach out to…”