Of Some Value

by Ryan Krzykowski

Winter is tough.  At least it’s tough on me.  The combination of lousy weather and plentiful food makes it really difficult not to put on a few extra pounds during the December-March season.  Not the biggest problem in the world, but kind of irritating, and it doesn’t seem to matter a whole lot how much I try to maintain healthy habits.

One factor that’s worked in my favor in this battle is my enjoyment of running.  I can hit the road if the weather’s OK, or jump on a treadmill and bang out 3-6 miles with no problem.  I really do enjoy it.  The only problem is that with everything else going on in life (work, kids, taxes, etc.) it can be hard to find the time to get the exercise.

It’s to the point that even finding the time to work out can get stressful — I’ve had to be intentional to carve out and schedule time because I feel like I need that physical training.  It’s almost like the benefit of the exercise is offset by the stress of squeezing it into my life.

Then I few weeks ago, these words popped into my head:

For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come. – 1 Timothy 4:8

It dawned on me that while I had worked hard, perhaps too hard, to include physical training into my weekly plans, I had not given the same type of attention to my spiritual health.  The reality is that people’s lives are busy and fast-paced.  For coaches, this is perhaps even more true, and it’s helpful to have a couple things:

  • a tool that provides guidance and help with spiritual growth
  • a supportive network/community

One tool that we coaches can now utilize as we walk this path is called WeCoach.  WeCoach is not officially affiliated with CFC, but we share a heart to see coaches live out their purpose faithfully.  Below is the information that WeCoach encouraged us to share with our audience…I would encourage you to give it a look.


WeCoach is a global community of coaches and spouses, regardless of sport, gender, nationality or level of competition. Through this community, you’ll be able to share life with coaches and their spouses from around the U.S. and around the world.

The WeCoach membership uses a mobile app as the tool to connect our community and it is now available! You can download it from iTunes and GooglePlay.

Membership is just $60/year or $6/month. Follow the instructions below to get a 30-day free trial. After you try it, you can pay for your membership at any point during the 30 days.
If you’re ready to sign up for a full year, you will receive a $10 discount just for being part of Community For Coaches. Just type in the code, “2-10.” When you join, your spouse is FREE.

Would you like to try it for FREE for 30 days?

  1. First, go to www.wecoachtogether.com, scroll to the bottom and click on the “join” button next to “Individual.”
  2. If your spouse has not already created a profile, answer the first question by clicking “no.”
  3. The next question will be whether or not you have a coupon. WeCoach is offering a free 30-day trial, and the coupon code is “TRIAL-30.”
  4. You’ll then enter a valid email address and you’ll be directed to fill out your profile form.
  5. Once you’re done, go to either iTunes or GooglePlay and download the free app.

Through the app (and a corresponding desktop app), you’ll be able to access tons of resources, connect with other coaches and spouses, join and/or create groups, and post and read comments from your fellow members!

We’re looking forward to connecting with you on WeCoach!

Together, we coach!

View the WeCoach launch video