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Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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I have a friend who has played semi-pro football and wanted me to put together a program for him.

6 Answers | Asked by christopher shaddock on Dec 10, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Interesting answers. Train him like any other client. Perform all of the appropriate and necessary screenings, do the assessment and develop a training program that matches his current, not past, fitness goals. Good luck

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I have a client in my Group Exercise class that is blind. What are some techniques I can use to instruct him better?

5 Answers | Asked by Jennifer Scrofini on Jun 11, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Good answers. Working with the physically challenged can be a daunting but most rewarding accomplishment. I would concur with Joanne that your first step is to contact the National Center on Physical Activity and Disability (through ACSM.) Your client's hearing acuity and ability to follow moveme...

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How do I charge my client who wants me to travel with him and train him on international business trips?

9 Answers | Asked by Christine Lopez on Oct 13, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

There is a lot of risk here. You know that, I'm sure. How well do you know this client? Have you done a background check? Where will you be staying? What are your accommodations with regard to sleeping and meals? Do you have contact info in case you need it? I understand that Janet's experien...

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A new client suprised me by bringing a friend to her 2nd session wanting me to train them together.

9 Answers | Asked by Lori Pagnucco on Jan 22, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Good answers. Training two, charge for two. It's your time, split the effort, but your concentration on the training session is doubled. Definitely make sure the 'partner' is clearly screened and completes a medical history. You are as responsible as if it were a single client. As much as possi...

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What are some good ways to bring in more clients?

12 Answers | Asked by Sarah Burnham on Oct 24, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Great answers. I think that word-of-mouth is the best advertising. When one of your clients speaks to his/her family/friends with regard to your professional skills I think it's the best way to generate a potential clientele. Free sessions? Be cautious. Why? Your time is as valuable as your cl...

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What is the best way for a new gym to bring in members fast?

8 Answers | Asked by Suzanne Lowrie on Jun 13, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Great answers. Starting a new business is certainly a difficult challenge. I concur that taking the advantage of current clients is a good foundation. Offer some complimentary sessions, invite the public in to see your facility. Signage, as Martin suggests, is most important. Create signs that ...

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Proper way to handle request for bootcamp outside of gym from gym member?

9 Answers | Asked by Susan Gallas on Jul 14, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Great answers. I laud your commitment. It's not an easy task. Basically, just work within the parameters that have been established, and work within the protocols in place. Good luck

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What ideas do you have to build clientele outside of the gym?

10 Answers | Asked by Ian Johnson on May 03, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Good answers. I think that probably word-of-mouth is the best. Your client talks to his/her friends and tells him/her how great you are as a trainer. Your best calling card is the quality of your training. Word gets around. Good luck.

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What are the best adductor and abductors exercises you kill your clients with?

7 Answers | Asked by Jonathan Amos on Jun 03, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

Adductor/abductor for what articulation? Shoulder, hip? You need to be more precise in your question. There are any number of effective resistance exercises for abduction/adduction strengthening at both of those articulations. Take care

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How many high risk clients are you working with?

6 Answers | Asked by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Jun 29, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 05, 2016

i don't know what you mean by 'high risk.' High risk for what? It would help if you would be more precise in your question, specifically with regard to a client. Thanks. Good luck

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