Danielle Vindez

REDONDO BEACH, CA 90277-5368

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What body fat testing system do you recommend for use in corporate wellness programs?

8 Answers | Asked by Shannon Leavitt on Feb 02, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 04, 2014

As a corporate wellness coach I have used primarily bio-electrical impedience and BMI because it is quick, fairly accurate, and not personally invasive. Although in some cases, with complete understanding by the client, I have used calipers at the worksite. You need to have established a trusting ...

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Giving advice on fitness motivation- legal ramifications?

4 Answers | Asked by Cedric Smith on Feb 04, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 04, 2014

The article you point to does not give advice as much as it points out various studies. Advice on behavior change is best left to psychologists, and even they are shying away from advice because facilitating self discovery works better. Keep your blog full of scientific ideas and let people come to ...

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Does anyone have a protocol that they use at a corporate fitness center for managing fitness complaints?

3 Answers | Asked by Laurel Neil on Jan 09, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

I love the above responses. Sometimes it is a good idea to talk with the person directly and ask about their concerns. As a courthouse mediator I have found that letting people tell me their story often resolves the problem, in that they have someone that listens caringly without judgement, allowing...

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Why the belly bulge?

10 Answers | Asked by Beverly Hosford, MA on Jan 09, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

All great comments. Go through them one at a time and see it you can resolve the mystery. You are a detective helping the client solve the puzzle, with of course, the help of other professionals. That is what makes what we do so fun, the challenges and the investigations.

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Suggestions for working with a male client that needs to loose 100 lbs.

9 Answers | Asked by Virginia Pittman on Jan 11, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

All of the above answers are great. You may want to try some tactical strategies for emotional strength and resiliency. You want the client to have more energy to accomplish his daily work and enjoy his social life. This means getting him connected to what he values most in his life and how havin...

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Does anyone have an exercise regiment that can be used for an elderly woman who suffers from Dystonia?

4 Answers | Asked by Laurel Neil on Jan 11, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

We know that new neurological pathways can circumvent damaged ones, such as the case with, for example, Parkinson's. Keep this at the forefront of your program, along with PT or physician advise for the sciatica and of course the dystonia. As mentioned above work within the client's ability and enha...

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Hi all I have the ces from nasm is that the best corrective program/cert...thanks!

3 Answers | Asked by julio rosario on Jan 14, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

Best is one thing I will not make a comment on, but NASM is a leading certification for corrective programs. I believe it was started by a PT or he was the top educator/presenter.

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WHAT DO U GUYS THINK ABOUT CES BY NASM AND CES BY BIOMECHANICS?

5 Answers | Asked by julio rosario on Jan 14, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

Awesome, respectable high quality learning.

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How do I train a client with Parkinson's Disease

8 Answers | Asked by Meg Kruse on Jan 16, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

You treat Parkinson's challenged people like anyone else. However, you do emphasize walking, turns, swinging arms when they walk, talking and various other behaviors. There is alot of research and exercises on the internet. Do the search. Check out PD Foundation.

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Any specific advice when training clients in wheelchairs?

7 Answers | Asked by Yvonne VanOort on Jan 16, 2014

Answered by Danielle Vindez on Feb 01, 2014

Yes you are limited by their ability and your imagination! Great comment Sean. Make it fun, believe in them and they will believe in themselves. Treat them like any other client. All clients have specials needs, wants, and desires.

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