Julie Jones

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pros and cons for isogenics?

9 Answers | Asked by Larry Perlmutter on Oct 21, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 23, 2012

Hi Larry, I agree with all above. Here is a comparison chart of Isogenix with other protein "shakes". I am a Team Beachbody representative and have researched these shakes for many months. Isogenix is not clean eating. Research shakeology and you will understand why it is on top...everything you ...

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Can anyone recommend exercises for athletes that perform lateral movements? (to prevent knee and ankle injury)

10 Answers | Asked by dawn hubbard-powell on Oct 22, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 23, 2012

Hi Dawn, I often send my clients who play basketball, football, etc to this site... http://www.performbetter.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/PBOnePieceView?st... It explains the importance of lateral progression and the agility ladder workout. Good luck! Julie www.beachbodycoach.com/Bod...

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Best exercise machine for bad knees

11 Answers | Asked by Martina Johnson on Oct 22, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 23, 2012

Hi Martina, I'm not sure of your client's diagnosis but I am always encouraging no impact for my client's with moderate to severe knee issues. Aquatics, elliptical trainer and a focus on the core muscles is a safe alternative. Your best advice should come from the orthopedist. Julie www.be...

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I am new to personal training

18 Answers | Asked by Lisa Clyne on Oct 17, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 17, 2012

Hi Lisa, After I got certified I spent a lot of time with some well-seasoned trainers at my local gym. They allowed me to shadow them, talk to their clients and role play. It was very helpful! Good luck! Julie www.beachbodycoach.com/Bodybelieve

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Best home exercise equipment

18 Answers | Asked by Ryan Rogers on Oct 17, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 17, 2012

The best at-home fitness programs can be found through Team Beachbody! I am a personal trainer and Team Beachbody coach. We have a program to meet any fitness level, nutritionals and a huge community of support. Personally, I have had success with P90X (requires pull up bar and dumbbells), Les Mills...

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Core Exercises

7 Answers | Asked by Linda Calvanico on Oct 14, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 15, 2012

Hi Linda, By far the best core workout I have ever completed is the P90x Core Synergistics DVD. I highly recommend it! www.beachbodycoach.com/Bodybelieve Julie

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Best Exercises for Love Handles

9 Answers | Asked by Martina Johnson on Oct 07, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 11, 2012

Hi Martina, I love this question! I agree with everyone...balance is key in order to reduce overall body fat %. I do, however, love this exercise and find great results... Get a resistance band and step on it with feet about hip distance apart. Pull handles up to your waist and walk to the rig...

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Healthy snacks

18 Answers | Asked by Ryan Rogers on Oct 10, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 11, 2012

Hi Ryan, I am a certified personal trainer and Team Beachbody Coach. I typically encourage my clients to eat organic, raw foods...fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds as snacks. I also encourage clif bars and Team Beachbody's Shakeology for those that are very active and need even more protein and ...

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Are there guidelines or regulations for maximum numbers of participants in a group exercise class?

10 Answers | Asked by rose payne on Oct 09, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Oct 11, 2012

Hi Rose, You have some great answers here! I agree with everyone...each class is very different depending on range of movement, equipment, type of class, etc. I typically do circuit training/boot camp style classes. I like to keep these smaller at 10-14 participants. I need to watch form, timing ...

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If a client has trouble sitting upright with legs straight which muscles are likely tightest? Hip flexors? Hamstring?

10 Answers | Asked by Jo Chern on Sep 28, 2012

Answered by Julie Jones on Sep 29, 2012

Hi Jo, I actually have this problem myself quite frequently. It is due to very tight hamstring, buttocks and back muscles. A client's abdominal core may also be weak in this instance. Personally, I find yoga and pilates to be the best at treating my tight hams, glutes and erectors while strengthe...

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