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Danielle Vindez

REDONDO BEACH, CA 90277-5368

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I have a client who wants to work the outside of his triceps.

6 Answers | Asked by Rebecca Moll on Feb 06, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

Cable pressdowns are safe and work the lateral head. You can see the activation in a mirror. Kickbacks work the long head and medial head. French curls the long head.

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Should We Train People in Pain?

14 Answers | Asked by Kurt Gillon on Feb 07, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

I posit that most older adults have some chronic or reaccuring pain. I never work with acute pain, but chronic pain, of course.. Chronic pain or long lasting pain can be a symptom of tight muscles (muscle knots), weak muscles (causing tendonitis) or misalignment or improper biomechanics (cau...

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What advice would you give to a person who wants their significant other to start exercising?

11 Answers | Asked by Melanie Fensick on Feb 15, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

Accentuate the positive, every little step in a healthy direction is a win. Create positive opportunities for change. Be the best that you can be, and live and let live. People change when they are ready, and not before.

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Do you GIVE gifts or ACCEPT gifts to and from your clients?

15 Answers | Asked by Michael Saiz on Feb 19, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

Have received many, and given few. Accepting a gift is being courteous. When I give they are related to client needs.

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What's the most frustrating about operating day-to-day business as a personal trainer?

13 Answers | Asked by Brian Park on Feb 20, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

While I would not use the word frustrating to describe the challenges of being an independent contractor, I would use testing.

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Honestly the fitness field has become an utter joke.

11 Answers | Asked by Urban Meyer on Feb 21, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

The fitness industry is only as good as we are, and many are dedicated, knowledgable, passionate, and caring.

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Hello everyone! I would like to ask you about if any of you got across www.bodyrock.tv and what do you think @ their program?

1 Answer | Asked by Ilona Loeber on Feb 23, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

Hey Ilona I have watched bodyrock tv, years ago when they featured the gal from Eastern Europe. She had a rockin body and had lots of great moves. She was a major inspiration. I found she had great form during execution of her exercises, have wise eating tips, and challenging workouts. You had to b...

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Best inexpensive personal certification?

11 Answers | Asked by Deb Wertheim on Feb 23, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

Hi Debi, Without knowing what your specific needs or situation is this is the best I can offer. Yes there are many great choices and they are listed above. Certifications are a great way to learn, whether or not you train a client. My suggestion would be to take a look at ACE, ACSM NASM, and NS...

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How do you stay motivated?

14 Answers | Asked by Erin Tracy on Feb 24, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

Hello Erin, I stay motivated in fitness by learning new things. Often times I learn about myself, and then relay this to my clients. I stay up on the latest research in my niche and share my knowledge. If I see something that can add value I absorb it. Teaching keeps me motivated, adding value to o...

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Would you train a client that has polyarteritis nodosa?

5 Answers | Asked by sizwe gumede on Feb 25, 2012

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 27, 2012

Obviously you would follow physician recommendations, get a release form, health history and discuss protocol with the client and doctor if possible. If you are trained to work with at risk clients, medically controlled diseases, or clients with disease, this is no different.

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