Which type of client are you?
At PLT Nutrition, your coach will support your every need. When you have any questions, or need for support, if you reach out to your coach they will be there for you!
Our client plans are as unique as your fingerprint, and that's from the week to week changes and your plans approach, right down to the coach<>client relationship. The relationship should always be driven by the client, some clients are quiet and are happy to only have the check-in weekly connection (Neighbor B), however many check-in with their coach frequently - AKA Neighbor A - you drive the level of coach<>client connection so make the relationship what you want and need to achieve your goals!
I live in a garden apartment with neighbors either side.
To my left (Neighbor A) is a woman, I met her a day or so after moving in. She came by and introduced herself to me. Over the weeks I’d see her occasionally and she’d make a point of chatting & we’ve become good friends; looking after my apartment when I’m out of town, I go round and let her dog out, we help each other if needed etc.
To my right (Neighbor B) are a couple, we’ve spoken a few times but not anything more. If they needed anything I’d definitely help them cos that’s me but they’re cool, they don’t need or ask for any help so I leave them in peace and we just chat if we see each other.
To both neighbors I’m me, Paul, I’m polite and helpful & if they needed anything I’d be there in a heartbeat. I’ll do anything for anyone but the relationships are different.
Your PLT Nutrition coach in this analogy is me; your coach is polite and friendly, they’ll support and help you as much as you need & ask.
The relationship that’s built is driven by you, you get to define it and you lead it.
You have to choice of being Neighbor A or Neighbor B, whichever you choose you’ll get the same GREAT PLT Nutrition service but your experience will be a little different because your relationship is different.
When you join PLT Nutrition you have a choice; choose A or B, either way your personal coach will comply but neither choice is better or worse for fat loss, they’re just personal different relationships.
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How PLT Nutrition is different to other coaching companies is a surprisingly common question.
Although we can’t speak directly about any nutrition company or compare us to anyone, we can tell you more about what we believe makes PLT Nutrition stand out, what our clients refer to as the ‘PLT Difference’…
PLT Nutrition's vision is one where dieting shouldn’t be restrictive in any manner. No restrictions in WHAT you eat & no restrictions in HOW you eat. We won't ever ask you to meet your daily targets, forcing a person to blur their body's natural hunger signals. We ask you to eat when you are hungry and can support this because we have a protocol for higher/lower calorie days.
A “Really Flexible Diet” is one where you have the freedom to eat more or less each day depending on your hunger & metabolism levels. Having the freedom to eat more on heavy training days and less when we are not hungry is true ‘lifestyle dieting’.
Whether a person eats 2 or 8oz of broccoli isn’t going to impact their diet so why do other companies expect someone to account for it?
Allowing you, the client, complete freedom reduces their stressors and increases their chance of success.
Without automation, with only human interaction and hands-on decision making, PLT Nutrition promises to work as a team with each client, meeting them at their goals to ensure the client experience matches their expectations; this is the 'PLT Difference'
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Is +5/-5 grams really the gold standard for tracking?
Many people and companies believe in the +5/-5 approach to tracking and it certainly works but at PLT Nutrition we don’t believe it is needed or of any benefit.
The approach asks you to be within +5/-5g of your daily macro targets.
Whether you track your daily fish oil, whether you track 3 or 7oz of broccoli, salad leaves, salsa, marinades etc isn’t going to impact your fat loss or general health goals. No one ever became overweight eating these things.
Yes they are part of your overall calorie intake; yes, you most likely underestimate the number of calories you eat, but whether you track these items isn’t of consequence.
It’s the other parts of your life that are the impactful areas, the parts that should be tracked and controlled.
Fat loss comes from reducing your calorie intake and possibly increasing your calories burned, that’s not likely going to come from reducing broccoli and if that’s your approach it’s the wrong approach.
Your tracking isn’t designed to be an expression of your complete calorie intake or your metabolism. It’s designed to identify the areas of your diet that can be improved and apply control to. If you do this, you can achieve your goals and track in a much more relaxed and fluid manner.
There’s nothing wrong with +/-5 if you enjoy that approach - PLT Nutrition just believes it’s unnecessary...
And this why we are THE “Really Flexible Dieting” company 💛