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Brandye Dague

Uniontown, OH 44685

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Best home exercise equipment

18 Answers | Asked by Ryan Rogers on Oct 17, 2012

Answered by Brandye Dague on Oct 20, 2012

As crazy as this sounds a walker is an AWESOME home exercise tool! Very inexpensive also just visit your local Goodwill or Salvation Army store. It can be used as a dip station facing the device the way you would if using it for walking, for leg raises (bent knee or straight leg) facing away, reve...

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Tips for training pregnant women - first trimester

8 Answers | Asked by Krista Riddley on Oct 18, 2012

Answered by Brandye Dague on Oct 20, 2012

All of the answers provided are great! In addition to what's already been said I just want to share my own experience w/ being pregnant & working out... I was already conditioned to high intensity exercise & my doctor told me I could continue doing what I had already been doing w/ the exception aft...

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I very much think our profession needs a professional license. Why do you/don't you agree?

41 Answers | Asked by Ashley Varol on May 11, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Apr 21, 2012

I totally agree with the need of a professional license. To add to this Personal Training & Nutrition should be included together. It never made sense to me that you can have one w/o the other. Optimal health is not a choice between fitness & nutrition you MUST have both to reach any goal you hav...

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What are the top five lessons you've learned as a personal trainer?

35 Answers | Asked by Laura Myers on Jun 15, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Jun 17, 2011

1. The most important component of an exercise is FAILURE & then the speed to which you perform the exercise. Do yourself a favor & get a copy of BODY BY SCIENCE by Dr. Doug McGuff, it's a great starter book for EVERYONE! You can also find videos on youtube on Body By Science. W/o musculature fa...

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What type of exercise is most effective for weight loss - strength training or cardio?

29 Answers | Asked by Shelly Hernandez on Jun 15, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Jun 17, 2011

"Cardio" is highly over-rated & an old concept that was brought in years ago based off studies done at the time. The studies however have proven to be wrong. Anyone who's a trainer shld know that cardio is NOT the best way to obtain wt loss goals. MUSCLE MUSCLE MUSCLE is the ONLY way to increase ...

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What do you tell a client that insists that they can not lose weight?

21 Answers | Asked by Georgia Walls on Jun 15, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Jun 17, 2011

After reading many of the answers on this page the only thing I would add is God! Obviously, this approach doesn't work well w/ non-believers, but it's an opportunity to share the power of God & His love so be it! We know God SPOKE the world into exisitance so words are VERY powerful & b/c we are ...

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Choreograph or Freestyle is the best way to train clients in a fitness Club?

14 Answers | Asked by Dimitris Kandris on Jun 17, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Jun 17, 2011

Freestyle wld have me assume there's no tracking going on...if we are part of the preventative method to avoid sickenss/disease I ask you this...would you want your Dr. to freestyle or choreograph your treatment method???

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What is the one book you consistently recommend to people to read about fitness, health, or wellness?

37 Answers | Asked by Debi Cristiano on Jun 16, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Jun 17, 2011

Body By Science is a GREAT starter book on a complete guide to the most effective, efficient & safe way to build muscle/strength. Nurtirion is not covered extensively, but other than that this book is a MUST read for EVERYONE!

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If you could have only one piece of exercise equipment/machine what would it be?

17 Answers | Asked by Shawn Strickland on Jun 16, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Jun 17, 2011

GRAVITY! As long as we have that we can use our body to strengthen & build muscle! Seriously though...I'd have to say pull-up bar...there is much to be accomplished with a pull-up bar: Hip Flexors, ABS, Back, Biceps, Lats, Rhomboids, Traps, Pecs, Triceps, Legs. Even better would b a "power sta...

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Most trainers i see don't keep a record of their client's progress. Is this common?

19 Answers | Asked by Nancy Plaksin on Jun 16, 2011

Answered by Brandye Dague on Jun 17, 2011

A sad SAD TRUTH about this industry is almost anybody can obtain a PT certification very easily b/c of all the different programs that are offered. Personally, I feel we should have education time relatable to what Dr's go through, including clinicals. Think about it...we are a major factor in pre...

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