Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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I need a bigger BUTT! HELP!!!

14 Answers | Asked by Patty Hartong on Nov 08, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

Interesting answers. Since the prime movement of the gluts is hip extension, resistance to that movement is the key. Standing hip extensions on the lat pull machine is perhaps one of the best. Keep the support leg knee in slight flexion to reduce stress and to eliminate anterior pelvic tilt durin...

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Need help lowering single sided elevated shoulder asymmetry.

7 Answers | Asked by Nancy Latthitham on Mar 06, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

Good answers. Karin's and Sue's responses are right on the mark. Activities of daily living can have a huge impact. Like carrying a purse or a briefcase. In addition to the exercises recommended, don't forget the lats. Pull-downs, shoulder girdle adduction, focus on the lower lat in shoulder gi...

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Need ideas for keeping HR elevated with a knee injury

14 Answers | Asked by Addie Kelzer on Jun 28, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

I agree with all of the responses that suggest aquatic resistance. Non-impact but the resistance of the water is certainly sufficient to challenge both upper and lower body musculature.

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What cardio exercises do you recommend for someone with a knee injury?

11 Answers | Asked by Jenilee Sanchez on Nov 22, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

You are vague as to the nature of the knee injury. Can it be repaired? Upper body ergometry is certainly a good choice in the interim.

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what are best lower body injuries for someone with knee problems?

5 Answers | Asked by Sarah Martinez on Jun 02, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

Good answers. In addition to the exercises recommended, I suggest the seated knee extension, but only through the last 45 degrees of knee extension. Doing that will eliminate post-patellar pressure but will still work the quads effectively.

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How much extra should a trainer charge for driving to a client's home?

13 Answers | Asked by Christina Diers on Jun 24, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 05, 2016

Good answers. To me, the key is to calculate the time involved to/from and the associated operating costs. Then just charge your typical per/hour fee.

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how much to charge clients

9 Answers | Asked by Laura Allen on Jun 29, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 05, 2016

How much are you worth? Your education, your training, your experience are all important factors. Find out what the typical rate is in your area, then decide on the per hour/per person price that fits yours and your clients' needs.

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How did you learn anatomy?

12 Answers | Asked by Tom Borromeo on Apr 07, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 05, 2016

Great answers. Pictures and coloring books are quite useful, but the real deal is when you see it in person. I know that the thought of dissecting a cadaver can be a turn-off. But it's the best way to really see the diversity of attachments and potential actions. As with most things it varies fr...

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anatomy of a fitness business

4 Answers | Asked by Rudolph Ollivierre on Jul 29, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 05, 2016

Anatomy means structure. Are you asking how to structure your business? As suggested in the previous responses your question is quite vague. Being more specific would help us address your question

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What is the Personal Trainer doing when a client is walking on a treadmill for 30 minutes?

13 Answers | Asked by Tanya Rzecki on Mar 26, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 04, 2016

Whatever you feel is appropriate. It's a short time, for sure. I agree with Joe that you should not walk next to them. It detracts from your ability to observe. Chat about whatever, but always keep your focus on your client. Good luck

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