Bay Area Youth Coaching

Bay Area Youth Coaching

5.0 (1)
2 hires on Lessons.com
1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

I build relationships with my student, connecting them with other students from around the Bay Area. And I am looking for long term students I can eventually sponsor and train for free. 

The thing I enjoy most is watching the progress of developing athletes. As someone who takes much pride in his work and studies allot for this it means allot when I see both my hardwork and the athletes' payoff

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Castro Valley, CA 94546
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5.0

  • Chris Lopez



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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First I analyze there skill and experience by doing simple drills and talking about there previous experience playing the game. Once I have accessed their skill I will create a drill circuit to make them the best athlete at their position as possible. If they don’t know exactly how or where they want to play I would help them decide. After every lesson I also give you workouts you can do on your own to improve your skills for our next session


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have 8 years of football experience (playing) and 1 year of basketball coaching experience. I was always a leader on the team and would arrange player only practices and worked with the coaches privately about game planning and player development amongst my peers. We would talk endlessly about who should go where and what their strengths were. For basketball I have coached a kids basketball team (ages 5-7) in which we won some playoff games before losing to the eventual champions. Each kid ended up wanting to continue playing under me. I am currently employed by the RBA and coaching a summer camp in San Mateo.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

For both sports all lessons are 30$ dollars an hour if I drive to you and 20$ if you drive to me. Each hour session also includes 2 breaks that will be 5 minutes long. With each hour session you buy there is a “One More Rep” sale which includes and extra 30 minutes for only 5$. This extra session goes deeper into your personal development and usually consists of more difficult drills. I also can set up a schedule with you in which lessons are 2$ off if we make a consistent schedule. There is also room to grow as a student in my program, getting better pricing deals when I host events like 7 on 7s or large class sessions. There is even a chance at me sponsoring you and training you for free and I will sign you up for competitions and take you myself asking I lu that you wear the merchandise. 


How did you get started teaching?

I’ve always had a passion for the sport and being a leader I was always helping the guys improve both in practice and outside of it. I’d host players only training and practices to help out guys who needed it or guys who were amongst our best. When I was presented the opportunity a couple years ago to coach a basketball I jumped on it as it is a dream of mine to coach as a career. 


What types of students have you worked with?

For football I mainly work with high school level players, but I do have occasional middle school athletes. My current students are long term students and are going to be sophomores. For basketball I have allot of experience with kids under 10. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

One of my students who I have worked with consistently 3 times a week for the past 6 months, worked out with the varsity kids from his school (Monte Vista) and beat them allot. So hearing that I have faith he will be great on JV and might need to eventually get bumped up. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Becoming a better athlete is one thing, but to become better at a sport you also need specific skill development. Most coaches who work with young adults or kids usually only focus on overly simple concepts that the athlete has most likely already done. I try my best to give what I can to prepare them to dominate not at the level they are at but the next level they want to achieve. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

They should ask themselves how much time they are willing to sacrifice to reach where they want to be.