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Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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carbs vs. protein

11 Answers | Asked by User on May 16, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

Each of us is a bit different with regard to specific nutrient needs. My interpretation of the literature suggests that for most of us 50-60% of daily calories should come from carbohydrates (less than 10% from simple sugars. 15-25% should come from proteins. Take care.

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what is the best ratio of fat, protein and carbs for healthy weight loss?

9 Answers | Asked by Carrie Lyons/Murphy on Apr 20, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

While there are many justifiable opinions, my interpretation of the literature suggests that, for most people, the guidelines for nutrient distribution as a % of total daily calorie intake are: carbohydrates--50-60% (10% or less from simple sugars) protein--15-20% fat--20-30% (les...

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What percentage of carbs and protein should I consume after each work out?

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

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

In addition the excellent responses concerning post-exercise nutrient intake, I can only add that there are a lot of varying opinions. Critical post-exercise, especially vigorous exercise at or near max effort, is the replenishment of water and glycogen. The maintenance or development of skeletal ...

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I have to pay the gym I train out of a percentage of each session, can this be written off as rent?

10 Answers | Asked by Domenic Micheli on Jan 16, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

In addition to the excellent responses, Jonathan gave some specific number examples to elucidate the answer to your question. Without a doubt the best advice is to consult with your tax advisor, or contact the IRS helpline directly. Take care.

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How do you track each of your client's training sessions?

9 Answers | Asked by Curtis Cornett on Feb 13, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

I also like using Excel for tracking exercise data, and Word for text records, thoughts and notes. Take care.

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What are appropriate strength ratios for opposing muscle groups?

2 Answers | Asked by Jonathan Glick on Oct 28, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

Your question is quite ambiguous. Could you be more specific with regard to specific muscles/muscle groups, specific exercises or joint movements? Have you tried searching various search engines for "muscular strength ratios?" Good luck.

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I am training for a marathon. How long before the race should I begin to taper down my training?

10 Answers | Asked by Dana Schlossberg on May 10, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

I agree with Noella, Rosemary and Fredrick, about 3 weeks ahead of the marathon race. Rosemary's suggestion to decrease volume but maintain intensity is quite important. And adequate rest, recovery, hydration and nutrition is essential. Good luck!

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How do I not get an injury while training for a marathon?

11 Answers | Asked by Eunice Gates on Dec 17, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

Great responses. If it's your first marathon, as Karin suggests it might be,start slowly, progress slowly, recognize and practice adequate rest and recovery. You should be able to comfortably walk 4 miles in an hour (15 min/mile) before you begin progression to walk/jog training. When you can co...

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What is the best diet to stay slim yet maintain lean muscle mass?

13 Answers | Asked by Celso Garcia on Jun 28, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

I assume that using the word "diet" suggest a healthy nutritional intake, not a restricted calorie diet. I generally suggest a nutrition plan that follows the American Dietetics Association's (ADA) recommendations for daily food intake: fruits, 2-3 servings; vegetables, 3-5 servings; low-fat dairy...

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Where can I find nutrition and diet books to stay up to date with?

6 Answers | Asked by Demarques Edwards on Oct 29, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 29, 2013

Bookstores, university libraries, amazon.com. One place to check is the American Dietetics Association's (ADA) website. They often have reviews of some of the most current publications and nutrition and diet, as well as abstracts of current research. Take care.

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