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Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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What is the current position of fitness in tourism?

5 Answers | Asked by Tânia Zacarias on May 06, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 09, 2016

Interesting responses from Karin and Harris. Your question is certainly a good one. You can run (or walk) almost anywhere. If there's a bike shop nearby rent a bike and go for a spin. I've done that in Canada, Europe and southeast asia. You can almost always find a good place to get a good work...

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What is the best exercise program, for older adults

18 Answers | Asked by Delmar Carey on Oct 17, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 06, 2016

Just get moving. All of the responses are great. It has to become a part of your client's lifestyle. If he/she is interested, I like bicycle riding a lot. Low joint stress but it can be a great cardiovascular overload. Go with him/her the first few times to teach about shifting and gearing for ...

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25 year old weighing 180 pounds and 35 percent body fat what is her recommended body weight at 20 percent body fat

5 Answers | Asked by nekeia cato on May 05, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 06, 2016

You can do the math, I'm sure. It comes out to be about 150 pounds, but is that what your client is really looking for? Help your client to establish a healthy living lifestyle, rather than focusing on body weight. Good luck

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What can I do for cardio if I have knee pain?

12 Answers | Asked by Riley Stone on Apr 24, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Your question has lots of open answers. What is the etiology of the knee pain? What are the cardiovascular issues? What are the diagnoses and prescriptions of the physician(s?) A pool is certainly a conducive environment for a number of strengthening/flexibility exercises. Just work within the ...

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Help with first client

6 Answers | Asked by Michael Joyce on Aug 02, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

All good answers. Just be yourself, you're an athlete. Train your clients as an athlete trains. It's hard and it can be grueling. But the best results come from hard work. Don't treat any client a bit different than from what your trainers trained you. You are their best model. Good luck

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How can I build muscle while also loosing stomach fat; is it as easy as doing more cardio?

12 Answers | Asked by Info info on Dec 27, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Calories in (v) calories out. That's the Law of Conservation of Energy. To lose the body's store of energy (fat) expend more calories than you consume. Simple. Drink lots of water, skip the unnecessary snack. It all adds up over the course of a month. To 'build' muscle perform resistance exerc...

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Which is better Working with dumbbells or barbells?

9 Answers | Asked by jad beck on Mar 24, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Resistance is resistance. Neither is either better or less better. Whatever your client is comfortable with. Just do the exercises that you have designed for your client. Don't be so much concerned with the mode. It's irrelevant. Take care.

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Which is better?

9 Answers | Asked by Lawrence with Gym Insight on Jan 03, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

I think that it depends on what is best for the individual in question. I suspect that you already know the answer to your question. Why do you ask?

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Which lean protein is better if I'm looking to lose weight?

14 Answers | Asked by Jared Ashlock on Jun 09, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Interesting answers. There is no such thing as 'lean protein.' There are foods that provide protein, complete and incomplete. Fried chicken as a meal provides the protein that is in the chicken, but also a lot of fat calories. Sliced chicken breast in a salad provides the same protein, but a lot...

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Best Protein Powder

9 Answers | Asked by Jason Davis on Sep 17, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

None, Jason. You know this already. Eat a sensible diet, most of the time, in compliance with the recommendations of the American Dietetics Assoc. Excess protein supplementation does have some risk. You know that, too. Take care, hope all is well.

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