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Jason Martuscello

Miami Beach, FL 33139

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Virginia Liability

6 Answers | Asked by Andrew Halligan on Feb 05, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Feb 09, 2012

Does anyone know if liability waivers would provide any extra protection for me in Virginia? VERY GOOD QUESTIONS. In order to understand this answer you would have to consult without previous court rulings on this topic to understand if waivers are allowed (As this varies from state to state)....

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professional forms

6 Answers | Asked by Nikki Gross on Feb 05, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Feb 09, 2012

In utilizing forms including: Medical release, risk assessment, waivers/liability release you are going to want to consult with a lawyer before implementing such documents. Reason being is that each state differs in the enforceability of different documents. For example, Virginia does not allow wa...

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BOSU vs TRX

18 Answers | Asked by Andrew Halligan on Feb 06, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Feb 09, 2012

Vague questions can only result in vague answers. This will be dependent on the person and their goals. Fuel the Movement, JM

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Should We Train People in Pain?

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

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Feb 09, 2012

Should We Train People in Pain? -If you are looking to be the next negligence case then yes. Otherwise no. Work within your standard of care as Joanne - which for most is going to far different than hers. JM

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Where can I find a schematic diagram showing anatomy of muscles with intrafusal and extrafusal fibers?

5 Answers | Asked by Barbara Ingalls on Jan 25, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Jan 26, 2012

Dr. Enoka has a great text "Neuromechancs" which covers this material. Not sure about a diagram (I can check when I get to my office). However, you may need to get something more focused on the nervous system.

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Which is better: butter or margarine?

11 Answers | Asked by Cynthia Becker on Jan 23, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Jan 25, 2012

Great question. Most people who follow traditional nutritional guidelines like above are going to say margarine. However, if you listen to this poor approach to nutritional science which is flawed in many ways - you will end up another statistic. Now you may be wondering why butter is better. The...

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What are some all-natural ways to increase and improve circulatory function?

6 Answers | Asked by Kathleen Ferguson on Jan 20, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Jan 22, 2012

move your body. --> Cardiovascular Exercise --> Cardiac Hypertrophy (Eccentric Loading) improve your eating habits. --> this is dependent upon the person Supplements --> if necessary Fuel the Movement, JM

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Does jumping in a cardio workout help build bone density in older adults?

12 Answers | Asked by Janice Johnson on Jan 19, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Jan 21, 2012

Karin hit it on the head - RISK vs. BENEFIT Build Bone Density vs Sacrificing Joints Other variables to consider (Age, Musculoskeletal Alignment, Joint Integrity, Body Weight, Lean Mass, etc) but you get the point. Fuel the Movement, JM

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At what age is it appropriate to encourage children to exercise?

11 Answers | Asked by Kathleen Ferguson on Jan 18, 2012

Answered by Jason Martuscello on Jan 20, 2012

Forget the exercise, have the appreciate moving first. Children are becoming sedentary at a younger age and you expect them to go from sitting and laying 20 hours a day to exercising? Not to mention just become someone exercises does not makes them an active individual. Appreciate the moving -> T...

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