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Karin Singleton

Raleigh, NC 27612

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Do all carbohydrates (processed vs. whole foods) process the exact same in the body?

2 Answers | Asked by C. Elizabeth Anastasopoulos on Nov 25, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton about 17 hours ago

Hi Elizabeth, you really answered your own question. While the chemical structure of a carbohydrate may be the same or similar, food, processed or not, is more than just that structure. The exact same calories in a sweet potato and an Oreo are not processed the same, because, well, they are n...

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I am thinking about taking a Personal Fitness Trainer course with US Career Institute and I wonder if this Institute is great

3 Answers | Asked by Douglas Bilsky on Nov 24, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 24, 2015

Hi Doug, it's the first time I have heard of them which is not a discredit but it certainly means that they are not widely known. They do not seem to be NCCA accredited which is a point not in their favor. I would check with prospective employment situations whether those have a preference for...

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Basic gym software

1 Answer | Asked by Sam Mcneill on Nov 22, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 23, 2015

Hi Sam, if you can elaborate on your specific needs, we may be able to help you better. Karin Singleton

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My right lats muscle is wider than my left, I'm not getting whether i increase the reps or the sets in unilateral exercise

4 Answers | Asked by Subhash Debnath on Nov 22, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 22, 2015

Hi Subhash, I would ask a different question. You are obviously working out, and I assume that you have a balanced workout. So, in theory, there should not be any difference between the sides. If, as you say, there is, then there must be a different reason, and I suspect this to be postural, p...

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how do i purchase personal trainer liabilty insuranc online? I an an active member of idea

3 Answers | Asked by Leslie Hughes on Nov 22, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 22, 2015

Hi Leslie, if you want to go with the insurance that is associated with IDEA, then you only need to click on the 'Insurance' tab and take it from there. Karin Singleton

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What is the level of risk for hypertensive clients

4 Answers | Asked by Debbie De Raad on Nov 20, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 20, 2015

Hello Debbie, when you work with a client with hypertension, a physician's approval is required. You need to understand the medications and the possible impact they have on your exercise recommendations. Clients with well-managed hypertension and no other issues are at very low risk for any e...

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why do fitness instructors perform a baseline fitness test

7 Answers | Asked by zak mccabe on Nov 19, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 19, 2015

Hi Zak, this is a really an odd question. It's the same as asking why mapquest needs a starting point in order to give driving directions. Karin Singleton

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Women's Fitness Certification

3 Answers | Asked by Melanie Fensick on Nov 17, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 17, 2015

Hi Melanie, Check out NASM's specialty certification Karin Singleton

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Where can you work with a ACE Health Coach certification?

5 Answers | Asked by Christina Campbell on Nov 13, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 17, 2015

Hi Christina, I am with the others and use this certification in conjunction with the other services I offer. Frankly, I do not believe that it is all that useful by itself. Karin Singleton

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How can I help a client with chronic ankle instability?

3 Answers | Asked by Amy Van Pelt on Nov 14, 2015

Answered by Karin Singleton on Nov 14, 2015

Hi Amy, I would look at the foot and the hip. That is on the assumption that a 'problem joint' is often caught in the middle between two structures that are not working right. For the hip I would look for both strength and flexibility. For the feet, I would look at the shoes, gait and flexibil...

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