EP 10: Leigh Clayton: The Art of Simplicity in Coaching

EP 10: Leigh Clayton: The Art of Simplicity in Coaching

In today’s episode, Leigh Clayton, body transformation coach, sits down with us to have a conversation about how they help clients achieve results.

Though it seems like a complicated topic, we all agree that results come down to simplicity. There’s much more time for progress when you aren’t over complicating your workouts, your emails, or your excuses.

People tend to over complicate stuff that doesn’t need over complicating to impress their peers or make themselves sound smart when the reality is they need to do the basic stuff.

– Leigh Clayton

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Key Highlights:

⇾ Don’t over complicate things

⇾ Building a good relationship with your coach

⇾ Good results vs great results

Time Stamps

[03:41] – Keeping things simple

[08:20] – Leigh’s passion for the process of body composition

[12:00] – Mistakes people make in the beginning of their process

[17:39] – Tips for people struggling with cravings

[23:09] – The difference between getting good results and great results

[27:00] – Improving the relationship between coach and client

[38:56] – Leigh’s goals for 2018

Resources & Links

National Academy of Sports Medicine

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Akash Vaghela is the Director of RNT Fitness. He specialises in transforming the bodies of City executives, CEOs, actors, physique athletes and regular people who want to be in the best shape of their lives. Akash has written for T-Nation, Elite FTS, Flex UK, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, MensXP, the Square Mile, Muscle Monsters, the PTDC, Advanced Coaching Academy, and Ultimate Performance.