Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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Hi I'm looking for ideas on how to train a client for a ski trip and high altitude?

5 Answers | Asked by Arlene Medicoff on Oct 25, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2016

Good answers. Obviously working on quad and calf strength is essential. Half-squats, plantar flexion (weight machine or elastic bands,) and full squats if the snow is going to be deep! The only way, that I'm aware of, to train for altitude is to progressively work out at altitude for 10-14 days. ...

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Do HGH supplements help with PCOS symptoms

12 Answers | Asked by Roseanne D'Angelo on Dec 18, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

I don't know what PCOS is. HGH is certainly an important chemical in our biochemistry. I don't know of any refereed research studies that have linked HGH to your so-called PCOS. Unless your labs and your doctor indicate, I recommend against HGH supplementation.

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What types of clothing do you recommend for working out?

11 Answers | Asked by Patricia Longwright on Dec 17, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

Comfortable, wicking (draws water from the skin to the outside of the fabric,) easy to get into an out of, attractive to your preference. I agree with no-name, not bulky.

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Mid section workout

17 Answers | Asked by Roseanne D'Angelo on Mar 15, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

Interesting responses, some I agree with, some I don't. As we all know, body fat loss is a body-wise biochemistry. There are clearly genetic implications involved in how a given individual draws from adipose reserves, but keeping the Law of Energy Balance in mind, when caloric output is greater th...

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New ideas for my new blog?

5 Answers | Asked by MRS BARBELL on Dec 20, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

I agree with all of the answers. I think you need to be more specific, and concise, with regard to your credentials and experience. Why do I want to work with you?

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how to promote and introduce your new fitness idea?

8 Answers | Asked by Mike Ludens on Sep 26, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

Good answers, all. I most specifically agree with Natalie that you need to consult with, or retain, an attorney to guide you through the myriad challenges associated with attempting to market a new product, program, device. Good luck!

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How do gym members percieve trainers, what's holding people back when choosing to work with a trainer, beside money.

11 Answers | Asked by Nikki Bittner on Nov 29, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

Fear of contact. Fear of failure. Guilt, for not having the motivation to keep fit up 'til the moment. All are within your pervue. I always try to make them feel like they are just like me. Let's go for a bike ride!

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What is the biggest challenge in your personal training career?

20 Answers | Asked by Sandy Todd Webster on Apr 27, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

Great answers. I enjoyed them all. For me, it's time. With all of the enterprises I'm involved in sometimes it's a challenge to get a mutually compatible appointment. We always try to work it out. An hour intervened can usually be accomplished.

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What are the biggest challenges Fitness/GEX Managers are facing today?

6 Answers | Asked by Amy Boone Thompson on Jun 30, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

I don't know what 'GEX' is. For me, the biggest challenge has been getting clients/patients to realize that they do have time for exercise and nutritional consultation. Many have time time for meetings, appointments, etc., but for whatever reason time for an exercise session seems to be out of the...

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What is the biggest fitness challenge holding people back from starting or sticking to a program?

10 Answers | Asked by Angie Lee on Sep 22, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2016

Good answers. I agree that one's perception of time availability is a significant obstacle. Perhaps you can ask your client to record a detailed log of several days' activities, meetings, meal breaks, etc to see if you can suggest when a 20-30 minute exercise session could be included. As I'm sur...

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