Beachbody Coach Scam or is there really a legit business and money making opportunity here? That is a question a lot of people want to find out who are considering becoming a Beachbody Coach. That is EXACTLY the question I also asked myself before I became a Beachbody Coach. I even did some research online like you are doing now and that’s what brought you to my page. I’ve been a Coach since July of 2010 so I can shine some light on this topic and expose the truth on the Beachbody Coach Scam (or opportunity).
Beachbody Coach Scam – Team Beachbody Opportunity
You likely already know a little bit about what the Beachbody Coach opportunity is all about if you’ve gotten this far and are trying to get more insight on it to make sure it’s not a scam. However, I did one to give you a quick rundown just in case you don’t know much about it. Simply put, a Beachbody Coach is someone who runs a home based business to help other people get fit and healthy. We help people to get fit and healthy through the various in-home fitness programs and nutritional products that the company Beachbody puts out (P90X, Insanity, TurboFire, Body Beast, 10-Minute Trainer, Shakeology, P90X Results & Recovery Formula, etc.).
As a Coach you receive a 25% discount on all Beachbody products. As a coach you basically make commissions on the products you get people to purchase as well as bonuses for growing a team of Coaches, just like a personal training business at a gym/health club. You also get various other bonuses and prizes for growing your business and helping your team become successful.
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Beachbody Coach Scam – Is This A Scam or Pyramid Scheme?
Beachbody Coach Scam ALERT! It’s a pyramid scheme! 🙂 JOKING!
When people think there is Beachbody Coach Scam or say that it’s some tip elf “pyramid scheme thing” they typically don’t even know what a pyramid scheme is.
First off, a true pyramid scheme is 100% illegal. A pyramid scheme is where a “person” gets paid JUST to bring in new people and there is no product or value being exchanged. It’s basically a funnel of money going from one person to the next. So if I got paid just to bring on new Coaches (and there was no physical product exchanged), then that would indeed be a pyramid scheme and would be illegal. So thats good that Team Beachbody does not operate that way and is a legit business 🙂
As a Beachbody Coach you don’t get paid just for bringing on new Coaches. You only get paid for the purchases of Beachbody products (whether from customers or coaches). When you bring on a new Coach, if that Coach buys or sells products to other customers, you get rewarded when that Coach is actually doing something and working to grow their business!
Next I want you to name a large corporation. Got one in mind? Good….
You have the CEO and President of the company at the top, Vice President below them, and then Upper Management, Middle Management, Lower Management, and then all the minimum wage and/or under paid employees at the bottom. Chances are, 99% of the under paid employees will never make it to the top, while all the people at the top are the ones making great money and are successful.
With Beachbody and the coach opportunity, anyone who is just starting has just as great of a chance to make more money than the person above them. In fact, their success is controlled by their own effort level, not by someone else controlling if or when they get promoted. So which one is the pyramid scheme; the Beachbody Coach Scam or the corporate world?
Truth is you get paid for produces results in your business….hands down. Where if you work in the corporate world you help pay the CEO, and keep him rich for producing results and growing the companies business. Nothing against the corporate world or if you work for a great company. The truth is you can still become a coach and coach on the side like I did while I worked my corporate job, working 50 hrs a week and building my business on the side.
Beachbody Coach Scam – Can You Really Make Money?
My Beachbody Coach Income Earnings – June 2013
The simple answer to this question is…YES! But ultimately it depends on you! If the company told you that you are going to make millions of dollars overnight as a Beachbody Coach, then I would say yes…it’s a Beachbody Coach scam. But that isn’t the case. Unfortunately in all businesses there are people who like to make wild claims or who just don’t tell the truth. You can become successful and have the dream house, cars, pay off debt, be financially free, and quit or fire your boss and work for yourself…but it takes commitment and consistent effort!
If someone has told you that you are guaranteed to make money or that you’re going to make millions overnight as a Beachbody Coach, then I’m hear to tell you they are wrong. You may not make a dime as a Coach. Or you could be making a six figure income within a year. Or you may just make a few hundred dollars a month as a Coach. As I mentioned earlier, it depends on YOU!
If you sign up as a Beachbody Coach expecting the money to just start flooding into your bank account with you doing NOTHING or VERY LITTLE WORK then you are living in a fantasy world and are just chasing the money. Just like ANY business, in the beginning you will be working your butt off for little pay. You will make little or no money in the beginning, but with time, hard work, and consistency you will see your income rise and rise, and rise (as long as you continue to take action).
I want you to be the judge if this is a Beachbody Coach scam or if it’s a true opportunity to get both physically and financially fit. Beachbody Coach scam? It’s looking more and more like a real opportunity!
Scam – How Do I Get Started?
If you see the opportunity and understand that the myths of the “Beachbody Coach scam” are false, and you are excited to get going with your Beachbody Coaching Business its important you join the RIGHT team. The most important way to set yourself up for success from day 1 is to surround yourself with a group of people who have what you want to achieve and are already successful.
If you truly want to succeed I highly suggest you partner with a coach who can help you achieve the success that you desire. As a successful Diamond Coach myself (earning over $2,500 per month part-time) I would love to help you create the same success that I have. I will be your personal mentor coach and our team will help you to grow your business successfully!
Contact me directly whenever you want to discuss your future as a Beachbody Coach. If I don’t answer right away, don’t worry. I will call or message you back. I get pretty busy helping others achieve the success they’ve always wanted!CONTACT ME: (724) 972-8549 firstname.lastname@example.org
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*Once you complete the application, you’ll then hear from me and I’ll help you get going in the right direction from day 1*
If you still have questions, then call, email me or shoot me a message on Facebook! I hope you see the big picture now and understand that it’s not a Beachbody Coach scam! It’s an opportunity for you to better yourself both physically and financially. You are your own boss and you work for yourself as Beachbody Coach!
The only way you can get fired in this business or not be successful is if you quit. But unlike other businesses you’re not in it alone…There’s a strong, massive team behind you ho will be there for you every step of the way. I hope you have a GREAT day and I look forward to working with you my friend!
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To your success,
Coach Nate Argenta
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