Danielle Vindez

REDONDO BEACH, CA 90277-5368

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appropriate timeline for losing inches

5 Answers | Asked by Tara Dunn on Oct 03, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

I always tell my clients that the first thing they will notice when restricting or changing their caloric intake is a loose fitting belt or pants. Typically loose pants equals to inches lost. The inches will vary from person to person depending on physical demand, intake, genetics, etc. I have h...

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What would be safe and effective jogging techniques

4 Answers | Asked by Soumendra Pattanaik on Oct 10, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

Might I suggest that you check out the White and Blue jogging programs in the Fitness and Health book. In my book it is page 120. Check for it online. Fitness and Health By Brian J. Sharkey, Steven E. Gaskill

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What software programs do you use for multi-locations, to keep track of clients progression?

4 Answers | Asked by Joell Ketcham on Oct 10, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

While I can appreciate technology seems that one to one connection is the best communicator.

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Would you please share your perspective?

16 Answers | Asked by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Oct 13, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

It would take a world, where Americans would not have to work 9-10 hours a day just to keep their heads above water, where workstations were treadmills, where productivity was higher because rest and recovery was greater, where people took control of their lives instead of being controlled by their ...

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Any tips for training a client with fibromyalgia?

4 Answers | Asked by Ben Shcolnik on Oct 10, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

Train her as you would any other client - while considering her challenges. Pick a time of day when she feels the most energy for exercise, which tends to be early afternoons, hydrate well, listen well, and hold her to being her best!

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What role does the nervous system play in muscle contractions

2 Answers | Asked by Rachael Butcher on Oct 16, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

The nervous system communicates (inervates muscle fibers) to contract or relax, at what force, for how long, and where!

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what do personal trainers use to manage their client schedule?

7 Answers | Asked by Alexander Rupolo on Oct 16, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

I use Microsoft Outlook and iCal. ICal is on most iPhones, and works great for blocking out time and seeing what is on the calendar!

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contract

2 Answers | Asked by Jessica Goodwin on Oct 17, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

Have you tried searching for personal trainer agreements online via reputable associations ACSM, NSCA, NASM, ACE? Seems to me I have seen sample agreements. I designed my own over 19 years ago. I suggest you take some fundamentals from available sources, and include things pertinent to you and you...

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If you had the opportunity to interview a nutritionist, what are some questions would you ask about sports performance?

3 Answers | Asked by Allison Doyle on Oct 17, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

First, as hinted above, I personally would not seek a "nutritionist" but rather a Registered Dietician. Then I would look at their resume', their scope of practice, their specialty, and see how long and where they have been practicing. Lastly, I would ask questions around my particular sport. I ...

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What happens to respiratory rate at rest and during exercise as a result of long term aerobic training?

1 Answer | Asked by Brooke Mateara on Oct 18, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Oct 19, 2014

Respiratory rate during exercise, as a result of a long term dose of aerobic endurance training, responds with an adaption similar to the way the cardiovascular adapts, assuming the exercise F.I.T.T stay the same. At rest most all individuals trained, or not, have about the same respiratory rate. ...

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