Lance Lopez

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  • in reply to: Glute Nautilus Drive #402235
    Lance Lopez
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    You’re the best Bryce! Thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

    in reply to: D.B. Bench press vs. Fly #395541
    Lance Lopez
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    Is there any merit to programming D.B. Bench press & D.B. Flys in the same workout? If both of them are basically the same? (Other than the lever length as you mentioned).

    I can see how Machine fly can fit in well.

    in reply to: Elite FTS Leg Press question #393636
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    I figured it was a wonky leg press! Haha Thanks Coach Bryce! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

    in reply to: Dealing with frustrating clients #373638
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    You guys are the best! I really appreciate the advice ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

    in reply to: How to reignite passion for training #267409
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    Answer was solid and thorough as always, thanks Joe ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

    in reply to: How to reignite passion for training #266321
    Lance Lopez
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    Oh! And he wants to make bank lol. Personal training won’t get him there.

    in reply to: Mentoring #250057
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    Thank you! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

    in reply to: Same foods vs. Flexibke dieting approach. #232881
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    A different selection of ways for a client to approach their food ๐Ÿ˜Š

    in reply to: Same foods vs. Flexibke dieting approach. #232879
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    As for โ€œoffer the clients ways they can approach their foodโ€, Iโ€™ve made a Nutritional Assessment sheet.

    In it, I included this:

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    in reply to: Same foods vs. Flexibke dieting approach. #232878
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    What I summarized from your response Joe:

    – Flexible dieting, with too much variety can be a more pain in the butt in terms of tracking accurately
    – Offer the client ways they can approach their food
    – Ensure clients understand the importance of consistency and adherence. Whatever the client chooses to do, they must stick to It consistently
    – Whatever method they choose, it must be trackable.
    – Convey the most basic understanding of energy balance to clients
    – Make sure clients prioritize micronutrient dense foods
    – My job isnโ€™t to have them lose weight, my job is to manage their expectations based on the actions they commit to

    in reply to: Same foods vs. Flexibke dieting approach. #232877
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    I appreciate the mentoring Joe! And Bryce ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

    in reply to: Same foods vs. Flexibke dieting approach. #229320
    Lance Lopez
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    It made me realize that I was probably a bit too much of a fan of flexible dieting. Rather than being a fan, I should take a step back and acknowledge that individualโ€™s different personalities is what will determine what will work best for them. Thank you!

    in reply to: Same foods vs. Flexibke dieting approach. #229316
    Lance Lopez
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    Thank you so much Coach Bryce!

    This is what Iโ€™ve summarized from your response:

    – Depending on the clients personality (determined during the initial consultation) they may either prefer a set system or require more variety/flexibility.
    – A set system is easier to track and make adjustments
    – Physiological/emotional state is often times not considered. Therefore including variety will benefit certain clients to increase adherence
    – Variety will also promote health by avoiding nutrient deficiencies caused by eating only a small selection of foods
    – Figure out how to get the ball rolling with the new client, then once the momentum has got them started, start guiding them in dialing in their nutrition
    – Donโ€™t be a fan of either rather it is more important to focus on what will make the client happy and what will work best for them

    in reply to: Knee pain with Hack Squats #202079
    Lance Lopez
    Participant

    Awesome! Thank you Bryce, I appreciate the explanation ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

    in reply to: Knee pain with Hack Squats #201325
    Lance Lopez
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    Hey Lance, yeah I put on the other day about this, everytime I do a heavy leg press or the back squat, my knees are totally screwed the next few days, I donโ€™t want to keep adding weight if my knees are going to get worse if that makes sense, so like you Iโ€™ll wait to see what response you get ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ

    Not sure if they saw my question lol. Been checking in for a response.

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