Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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Can a 73 year old man who started to experience sarcopenia increase muscle mass with protein and resistance work?

4 Answers | Asked by Martha Hutchinson on Apr 19, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 26, 2016

I would have him eat a normal, healthy diet. He'll get plenty of protein. I wouldn't supplement. Sue's point is very important. Stay within your scope of practice.

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Two part question about working with clinets over 60 years old and those clients having injuries

7 Answers | Asked by Trent Barga on Sep 02, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 26, 2016

Good answers. I agree with Sue, a nutrition coach is a good idea. 350 is obviously way too heavy. Hard to do much. For the cracked patella I would certainly speak with the attending physician and/or physical therapist. He may be able to do more than you think. f it's only a slight crack it wil...

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client who cannot do tricep dips after two years!

11 Answers | Asked by Robin Warnberg on Aug 26, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 26, 2016

It could just be the orthopedic angles. Being overweight doesn't help. A triceps dip is a tough exercise. It's why gymnasts rely on it. But your client is not a gymnast. Just focus on the exercises that target the triceps. As you know, there are lots. With time, as you help her achieve a heal...

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I am interested in more public speaking opportunities. Any suggestions?

13 Answers | Asked by Lisa G. Wright on Aug 26, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 26, 2016

Good answers. Good suggestions. Speak at one or two events and they become your announcer. Always be professional and always be presentable. Good luck.

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I am interested in becoming a continuing education provider. Any suggestions on where to start?

8 Answers | Asked by Tammy Gunderson on Aug 12, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 26, 2016

Good answers. Just check with the certifying agency to find out the specifics for certifying with their organization. Good luck.

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Scoliosis Programming

4 Answers | Asked by Dawn Baker on May 15, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 26, 2016

Good answers. Physician clearance is a must. Simple. Supine, single knee, single knee, double knee. Not hard, but effective. You already know the answer as to how to help her lose body fat. Good luck

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Recommendation for onsite employee fitness center database tracks gym and class visits and also tracks outside fitness center

4 Answers | Asked by Kristine Nasto on Aug 23, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 25, 2016

I am familiar with BSDI. It doesn't answer all of your questions, but I think it is quite comprehensive. Good system.

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What are your favorite bootcamp formats?

6 Answers | Asked by Jalynn Brown on Aug 24, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 25, 2016

I think it's important to start the morning with group exercise, then go about the day as planned, but always finish the day with a group together for a final group exercise--easy.

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What do boutique fitness studio owners use to check in guests and instructors

8 Answers | Asked by Debra Williams on Aug 24, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 25, 2016

An ID and mindbody. I agree with Karin. I think it's the best.

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whats the best back exercise for scoliosis

6 Answers | Asked by Marie Chris Sison on Mar 11, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 25, 2016

Good answers. With the therapist's approval, I think the supine single knee, single knee, double knee is a good exercise. It certainly won't change the skeletal framework, but may help with musculature balance.

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