Faith and Fitness

Start a Team Beachbody Health and Wellness Ministry in Your Church

The church is a natural caring community that consistently interacts with individuals from birth to death in all socio-economic groups. Historically, the community of faith has been a place of hope and healing. The Team Beachbody Health and Wellness Ministry concept is based on the belief that the interrelationship of body, mind, and spirit is such that when one is touched the whole is affected.

A Team Beachbody Health and Wellness Ministry Can Provide Revenues to Supplement Other Ministries

Here’s a win-win deal if I ever saw one. I can’t think of a better scenario than a church making some additional money and providing a way for people to improve their physical fitness and health. Church can be a place where people come to Fit Club for fellowship and exercise several times a week. Members of your congregation can also join Challenge Groups and help themselves by losing weight, increasing their mobility, stamina and endurance,  improving their cardio respiratory system, learn about nutrition and healthy eating, and reducing their stress levels.

The additional revenues a church can generate through quarterly Team Beachbody Club memberships, fitness programs and equipment, Ultimate Resets and nutritional supplements can go back into the church and community in other much needed areas.

The roles of the health and wellness ministry may include the following:

Health Educator: Provides information to raise the health awareness of the church community through a variety of options that include Fit Clubs, Fitness Challenge Groups, Ultimate Reset Challenge Groups & seminars, Shake and Share events, Facebook support groups, fitness and nutrition workshops, fun runs, health fairs and newsletters.

Start circulating a newsletter and/or calendar.

This will help keep your ministry activities at the top of your members’ minds. This will also help to remind them of upcoming events/classes so they will be more likely to attend. It helps to establish a culture and atmosphere of wellness in your church, as opposed to an occasional effort. Ask for input from your pastor or priest. He may wish to add comments to each issue, which is especially helpful in gaining support and participation.

You can include links to for healthy recipes, holiday health and wellness information, meal planners, fundraising links to your Team Beachbody store, etc.

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Getting Started Is A Simple Process!

Fitness is a great fundraising idea for your your church. Not only will you be raising funds for your organization, you are going to help encourage and support a healthy lifestyle for those in your community. Any 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization can enroll as a Team Beachbody Coach and open a Team Beachbody Business Center FREE with no monthly service fees of any kind (a $215+ annual value)!!  Beachbody will waive the Game Plan Tool Kit & Business Essentials Starter Program fee and monthly Coach Business Service fee for all eligible Nonprofit Coach applicants that are true nonprofit organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the the Internal Revenue Code. Applicants seeking this waiver must submit a copy of their IRS Ruling or Updated Determination Letter approving their tax-exempt status.

The first step to set up a Nonprofit (fundraising) business center is to gather your 501(c)(3) Nonprofit documentation for submitting to our corporate offices for approval. Once approved, my business will be there to help your Nonprofit organization to get started with account setup and creating its FREE websites that will serve to additionally host and help with fundraising activities. This just takes a few minutes to complete and your organization can start spreading the word about your online fundraising websites. Anyone will be able to go to your fundraising websites and place their orders online at anytime. Of course, to make it even simpler, my business will continue to provide assistance toward helping with your nonprofit organization needs.

The second step is pick out the programs that best suit your fundraising target groups of your Church. You will have access to product catalogs, simple information pages that double as an order form, or you have the option to create your own custom flyer to serve as a promotional piece and/or order form. There will be a wealth of marketing materials and tools available with your Nonprofit Coach account.

We are exceptionally proud of our Team Beachbody Nonprofit Program because we know it is a winning opportunity for all Nonprofits to raise funds while helping their communities live longer and healthier lifestyles, which is what we all want for our children and ourselves. What would your organization like to do? Decide to make a choice to promote health and wellness that will also meet all its fundraising needs. Commit to serving your organization and others by positively impacting their lives. Succeed in becoming leaders in your community and other areas while helping others live healthy and fulfilling lives. This at Beachbody is who we are and what we do, PHP, People Helping People. 

Thank you for your time and I look forward in serving you and your nonprofit organization. To get started please contact my business office directly at 512-487-1010 or send an email to to begin the process to further your nonprofit organizations success.

Kevin Rack

Independent Team Beachbody Coach

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I have been an International Sports Science Association Certified Personal Trainer since 2009, a Certified Boxing Fitness Trainer and I love helping women over 40 stay fit and healthy or getting their health and fitness back after spending all their time taking care of others.

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