Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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exercise for overweight women

9 Answers | Asked by Annabelle Landa on Nov 26, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

The answers are all excellent. Definitely a complete history and physician clearance is the first step. Then a comprehensive assessment to get an idea for appropriate program design. I am a strong advocate for interval exercise to ventilation threshold. Speed up, slow down, regardless of the m...

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Should women eat fruit?

20 Answers | Asked by Angela Cordoni on Jun 20, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

I definitely think so. The American Dietics Assoc. recommend 2-3 servings of fruit a day. An apple, an orange, a banana are all examples of one serving. Be careful of fruit juices. 6 ounces of fruit juice is a serving. Since ounces isn't a whole lot, it can be easy to drink too much fruit juice...

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How to tell if my body needs high

2 Answers | Asked by fazla gaoush on Jul 31, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

I agree with Michael. High what? Intensity? Reps? Carbohydrates? Please give us more details about your question. Take care.

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Is a permit or reservation absolutely necessary to train bootcamp in the park?

7 Answers | Asked by Florann Vazquez on Jul 31, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

Thswqners are all great. Just contact your local Parks Department to find out what the rules and regulations are where you live. Good luck, take care.

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What is your favorite exercise at the park?

19 Answers | Asked by Florann Vazquez on Jul 28, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

For cardiovascular, riding my bike and walking are my favorites. For strength, I agree with Karin that picnic table is a good tool for pusups and dips. Ialso kike to do a major muscle group stretching routine. It feels great to stretch outside. Take care.

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What are the best ways to increase range of motion in the ankle?

12 Answers | Asked by Dr. Nick Rainey on Jul 06, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

I also agree with Danielle. Spelling the alphabet (with both feet!) is a good way to involve plantar and dorsifelexion, inversion and eversion, and tibiotalar rotation. But keep in mind that limitations to ankle mobility can be significantly impacted by medical history--sprains, strains, fractur...

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Is there bone building benefit to walking with ankle and or hand weights?

18 Answers | Asked by Teresa Maldonado Marchok on Jun 14, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

I agree with most of the answers. Clearly the added stress to proximal joints (hips and shoulders) and the lower back outweighs any possible minimal increase in osteogenesis. One point I didn't read was the benefit of walking up stairs or walking up hills. Just have you clients be care as the e...

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Why do some older women have pain and get tired after walking alot? Are they just sore and don't know it?

9 Answers | Asked by Florann Vazquez on Jul 31, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

I agree with Bryant that checking with your clients' physicians is an important first step. There are so many factors that can impact an elderly client's ability to exercise--arthritis, cardiovascular/cardiorespiratory impairment, orthopedic history--that you consider not only medical history, but ...

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client plays singles tennis 4 x week, 4.0 player but when attempting to lift weights gets quickly out of breath

7 Answers | Asked by Joe Subin on Jul 30, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

The answers given are excellent. Playing viorous tennis is a different biochemistry than strength training, especially if the strength training is done at high resistance, low reps to temporary failure. I agree with LaRue that how quickly your client recovers normal ventilation is quite importan...

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what are the gliding movements at the shoulder(glenohumeral joint)?

1 Answer | Asked by Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc &Sports Physio, MPT on Jul 15, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 01, 2012

I don't know what you mean by "gliding movements." Being a ball & socket joint, flexion and extension in the sagittal plane, abduction and adduction in the frontal plane, horizontal flexion and extension, and internal and external rotation the humerus fully adducted as well as through up to about 1...

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