Jason Martuscello

Miami Beach, FL 33139

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is cross fit recognized by the american college of sports medicine as a safe program?

9 Answers | Asked by scott surgenor on Aug 30, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 31, 2012

I would email them directly and pose the question. Fuel the Movement, JM

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What is a better certification to take about posture specialist through NPI or the Functional Movement Screen through FMS?

4 Answers | Asked by Scott Bisbee on Aug 21, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

It all depends on your target population you seek to work with....Here are some differences in my experience with both programs... NPI Assessment Objective and Subjective (Goniometery (ROM testing), Static and Dynamic Postural Analysis) More geared for general population Focuses on posture wh...

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What industry specific publications...

7 Answers | Asked by Raven Witchard on Aug 23, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

Great question - Peer Reviewed Journals! Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition

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Should a healthy pregnant women in her 3rd term decrease her workout?

13 Answers | Asked by Ashley Butterfly on Aug 24, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

1) I would consult with doctor in answering this question (never can be to safe) 2) How are you determining healthy? 3) I would refer to the most robust guidelines in determining protocol for training a pregnant client - Maybe another member can shed light on this. Fuel the Movement, JM

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How do I increase intensity in a pregnant womens workout?

9 Answers | Asked by Ashley Butterfly on Aug 24, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

Increase the workload. There are a numerous variables that can be adjusted to increase workload. I would reference a book with dealing with pregnant clients in seeing which variables are best to increase! As Joanne Mentioned - ACSM 8th Edition GETP Fuel the Movement, JM

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Does a fitness professional's fitness level important when it comes to professionalism?

16 Answers | Asked by Mac Dodds on Aug 24, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

You are asking a few different questions here... For a fitness professional, the fitness level is certainly a judgement criteria for clients. While it certainly will enhance credibility and reassure clientele and possibly boosting PT sales - it certainly does not fully encompass a true professio...

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Do pelvic floor muscle strength excercises really decrease back pain and risk of incontinence and make for a faster delivery?

4 Answers | Asked by Ashley Butterfly on Aug 24, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

This is a very good question although very difficult to answer. The pelvic floor muscles are believed to play a vital role in back health. However, it is not certain due to the difficulties in studying these muscles. Nonetheless, their role is should be considering important due to their anatomic...

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In a dynamic warm up do you engage the core?

7 Answers | Asked by Ashley Butterfly on Aug 24, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

If you are standing and moving the core will be engaged. Fuel the Movement, JM

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By offering balance in a pregnant women's workout, do you think it is increasing intensity?

7 Answers | Asked by Ashley Butterfly on Aug 24, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 25, 2012

I would be hesitant suggest that incorporating balance will increase intensity. Although balance may will increase difficulty of a particular exercise, it does not necessarily increase the workload. To increase the intensity with balance the muscular work has to be increased which is not necessaril...

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What are your thoughts on the role of recovery and sleep in exercise & life!?!?

7 Answers | Asked by Beverly Hosford, MA on Aug 15, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Aug 16, 2012

Sleep is essential for the biological system to perform maximally. Whether its thinking, running, or playing a sport - proper sleep can significantly impact your success. JM

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