Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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Any suggestions on the best exercises for a bad knee?

8 Answers | Asked by Helen Velasquez on May 09, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

I agree with the answers. What is a "bad knee?" Best first step is to speak with your orthopedist and PT to determine what will be the most effective and least risky exercises to address your situation. Good luck.

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is cycling safe for bad knees

5 Answers | Asked by Leslie Ward on Jul 31, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

Too nebulous to answer, for me. I've had four surgeries on one of my knees and cycling is a big part of my fitness lifestyle. However, it depends on the injury, the treatment, the outcome and the prognosis. I would first speak with your orthopedist and physical therapist to determine if cycling i...

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I am a physiologist and a personal trainer. i have been inoperation as Dark Horse Fitness or darkhorsefitnesspro for 30 years.

7 Answers | Asked by Brian Rozzi on Nov 25, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

Show me some peer-reviewed research and I will be better able to address your question. Anecdote, as you know, is only popular in the media, not in the academic community. Take care.

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Is dark chocolate bad for you?

10 Answers | Asked by Lauren Fraser on May 09, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

Good answers. In moderation, it can be a positive addition to your nutrition lifestyle. Take care, enjoy!

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Chocolate Milk as Post Workout Nutrition?

14 Answers | Asked by John Arenas on Aug 31, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

Interesting answers. I agree that it is a good source of carbs, simple sugar (lactose) important to repack glycogen, some protein and great taste! Just be sure to adequately post-exercise with water to facilitate the repacking of glycogen. Take care.

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What is your post workout meal and why do you think thats the right choice of ingredients?

4 Answers | Asked by Aleksandar Trajanoski on Jun 17, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

Interesting answers. Like with most questions regarding exercise and eating, the best answer is "it depends." If the workout is intense, drawing significantly on glycogen reserves, then it's important to repack glycogen into the exercised muscles. (Keep in mind that it takes 3g of water to repa...

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Do you think we should avoid drinking water with our meals?

14 Answers | Asked by Beverly Young on Jun 16, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

I have found no research that suggests that drinking water with a meal is at all contraindicated. Most foods contain some water, so what's the question? Drinking some water, for those who need to pay attention, may also reduce the total volume of calorie containing foods consumed. Take care.

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Are the three energy systems used sequentially?

7 Answers | Asked by Teresa Williams on Oct 05, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

Interesting answers. Exercise biochemistry can be a complicated combination of pathways to produce ATP. It depends on the nature of the increase in exercise intensity. If one goes from resting to low intensity to moderate intensity to vigorous to max, the metabolic pathways will progress from aer...

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Food Combining

6 Answers | Asked by Kent Huynh on Jul 28, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

Interesting question and equally interesting answers. My response is why should it be such a complicated process? Most of us know what it means to eat right most of the time, drink plenty of water, and exercise vigorously and often. Take care.

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What foods should be avoided when you have high cholesterol?

12 Answers | Asked by Joan Weiss on Jun 23, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Oct 02, 2015

It's not as simple as has been suggested. Genetics may be a factor. What the research and the literature suggest is that minimizing the intake of saturated and trans fats (read the label on the foods your client eats), minimizing alcohol intake, and maintaining an active, vigorous activity lifesty...

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