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Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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Client who has had reconstruction surgery and has shoulder issues what basic core moves are best.

5 Answers | Asked by Nancy Thompson on Feb 29, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 14, 2015

All good answers. I agree that consulting with your client's surgeon and physical therapist to help you design and implement a safe and effective exercise program is an essential first step.

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I have a new client who has had TRAM flap surgery

6 Answers | Asked by Stephanie Allin on Oct 18, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 14, 2015

All great answers. I agree that it would be most important to consult with your client's surgeon and physical therapist to help you design and implement a safe and effective exercise program. Good luck.

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Hi I have a client that has had surgery for Spondylolisthesis and also has pars defect. Can anyone suggest exercises

5 Answers | Asked by Kerry Thurrowgood on May 13, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 14, 2015

I recommend that you consult with your client's surgeon and physical therapist to determine how you can design and implement a safe and effect exercise program. Good luck.

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What are your thoughts on dairy? Should it be avoided?

11 Answers | Asked by Magali Sparks on Jul 18, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 14, 2015

Dairy foods provide a myriad of nutrients not as easily provided in other foods. For instance, the calcium in dairy is more "available" to the body than from any other food. The saturated fat content of whole milk (4% milk fat) products is a concern. For this reason I suggest 2%, 1% or non-fat da...

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What are your thoughts on orthotics?

10 Answers | Asked by Karin Singleton on Jul 09, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 14, 2015

All good answers. I think that if a client has questions about his/her need for orthotics refer them to a podiatrist with experience working with patients engaged in a fitness training program. Good question

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Starvation Mode. What are your thoughts?

8 Answers | Asked by Missy Reece on May 13, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on May 14, 2015

I suspect that you're referring to the so-called "hypothalamic set-point" theory. Theory is the key word. The reality that such a physiologic response occurs in response to hypocaloric dieting is certainly debatable. I try to keep an open mind and trust in my education and experience. It is my...

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How do you get a person to become a client if they claim they do not need personal training because they are already fit?

9 Answers | Asked by Juliet Gould on Apr 16, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Apr 16, 2015

Everyone needs a good coach. I've been an athlete for a very long time, sometimes just having my trainer there is what gets me over the edge. It's not a matter of fitness, it's a matter of motivation. Just do one more spin. Take care....

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I have questions about heart rate targets.

8 Answers | Asked by Susan Rice on Jan 23, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Apr 13, 2015

I would only suggest training with specific heart rate zones if measured against a stress test in an ECG equipped lab. Prediction equation equations are just that, predictions. Take care

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Best exercises for belly fat

11 Answers | Asked by Martina Johnson on Sep 10, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Apr 13, 2015

I like Sue's answer. Simple, yet precise. One does not just attend to 'belly fat.' It's a body-wise process. As one's energy output exceeds energy input the body draws on its primary energy reserve, adipose tissue. It will draw down on energy reserves system-wide, including 'belly.' Take car...

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Best exercise for reducing fat on the back and shoulders.

15 Answers | Asked by Essie C. on Dec 01, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Apr 13, 2015

Essie, to echo Bryant, I hope that you know that there is no such thing as "spot reducing." Work on the body as a whole, healthy eating, plenty of c-v exercise, lots of water (fluids). Danielle hits it on the mark. Boxing movements focus on shoulder horizontal adductors, flexors & shoulder girdle...

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