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Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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Does anyone have a gym climbing rope in their facility? If so what is your policy on who and how it can be used?

4 Answers | Asked by Jocelyn Ritti on Jul 02, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 07, 2015

It is high risk. You can write a policy that climbing always has to be supervised, but you know that it will be taken with little weight. I would suggest that unless you can have someone always supervising the ropes take them out. Good luck.

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Can a vegetarian diet work for increasing muscle mass?

13 Answers | Asked by Monica Foster on Aug 30, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 06, 2015

Good answers. It's certainly possible. With a vigorous resistance training regimen (no more than 12-15RM) combined with eating a diet that provides complete proteins (grains + legumes, e.g., a peanut butter sandwich) it is possible to stimulate skeletal muscle hypertrophy. There are a number of v...

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Increasing muscle mass and losing weight at the same time.

10 Answers | Asked by bill lumberg on Mar 10, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 06, 2015

I believe that it is definitely possible to lose weight and increase lean body mass simultaneously. By maintaining an adequate calorie, well-balanced diet and pursuing a vigorous resistance training regimen (no more than 12-15RM) the body's skeletal muscle tissue will be stimulated to hypertrophy. ...

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How many meals per day should I be eating to promote lean muscle?

10 Answers | Asked by Tiffany Verot on Jun 14, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 06, 2015

I agree with Christopher and Bryant. I don't know of any peer-reviewed research that suggest that the number of meals/day influences lean muscle growth. Simply eating enough of the right kinds of food, and water, and challenging the muscles with at most 12-15RM resistance training appears to be th...

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Is an ACSM Health Fitness Instructor certification still seen as a gold standard in the industry?

13 Answers | Asked by Jennifer Osuna on May 10, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 05, 2015

All good answers. 'Gold Standard' is a debatable issue. As suggested, the gold standard for you is the certification that best targets the type(s) of clients--clinical, general public, special populations--you anticipate working with most often. Seeking a second or third certification challenges ...

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What is the gold standard certification in personal training?

13 Answers | Asked by Anonymous on Jun 14, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 05, 2015

Good answers. As you research the various certifications select the one(s) that best target the types of client(s) that you anticipate working with most often. Seeking a second or third certification simply challenges you to continue your education and breadth of knowledge and expertise. Good l...

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Personal Training Certification Help

8 Answers | Asked by Christy Sanchez on Jul 04, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 05, 2015

Karin's and Harris's responses are right on the mark. While not tremendously different, there are some differences in the audience that a particular certification targets. As you research the various certifications, focus on which one best targets the types of clients that you anticipate working w...

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Any sugestions for helping my petite clients lose weight?

7 Answers | Asked by Kristine Pasto on Feb 05, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 05, 2015

Good answers. I agree that each client's program should be individualized for him/her. Rather than trying to put your clients under the same program design umbrella, write and implement programs individualized for each client, based on current fitness level and fitness goals. Good luck.

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Is it okay to work out at night?

14 Answers | Asked by Celso Garcia on Jun 29, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 05, 2015

Of course it's okay to workout at night. Assure adequate warm-up and cool-down. And don't do it if it compromises adequate sleep. Take care.

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Is it appropriate to work out with a client?

15 Answers | Asked by Sandy Todd Webster on Nov 01, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Jul 05, 2015

I say no. In my opinion it is not only unprofessional, more importantly it takes your focus off your client, where in a personal training session it needs to be. Take care.

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