Kimberly Chase

Boynton Beach, FL 33435

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I just want to know the locations of the curves of the spine, and each one is normally lordotic or kyphotic

1 Answer | Asked by Haider ALGhafilee on Feb 20, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Feb 20, 2017

Hey Haider, Lordosis refers to curved lower back (or anterior pelvic tilt). Kyphosis refers to changes of the thoracic spine (upper cross syndrome). See here:http://blog.nasm.org/newletter/the-voice-of-posture/ Hope that helps, Kimber www.completephysique.com

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Best Mobility/Stability Course or Certification?

5 Answers | Asked by Jennifer Landry on Jan 31, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Feb 01, 2017

Hey Jennifer, There is a lot of info out there and certifications besides Gray. It really depends on if you want this for your own/client contact knowlege or one that will look good for a job/employer... "Biomechanics" is what you may want to look at as far as becoming more educated on: how par...

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What are some industry standards for fitness studio usage based on capacity?

2 Answers | Asked by Ashley Wood on Jan 28, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 29, 2017

Hey Ashley, Sounds like the stats you found are the ones based on membership usage. General info, yes. Best prediction is knowing the stats of the facility currently, and membership increase prediction based on previous years. Know the geography and area demographic too: is the area building home...

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personal training contracts

2 Answers | Asked by Matt Sauerhoff on Jan 28, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 29, 2017

Hey Matt, If you go to your page here, there are a variety of personal trainer documents: health history, PT contracts and more. I use this PT contract, adding whatever is specific for the client and make sure you both initial the change. If you need it to be done via the web, then just save it t...

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Learning to swim. Only guy and shy about wearing swimming trunks. Do they make a swimming suit that covers my top as well.

5 Answers | Asked by Paul Barry on Jan 28, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 29, 2017

Yup. Agree with Karin again :) Swim outlet is the place to go. They make swimsuits for men that are full coverage like a wet suit but made from swim material. Good prices too. Best, Kimber www.completephysique.com

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heart rate training to lower heart rate

4 Answers | Asked by Ruth Schrader-Grace on Jan 23, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 27, 2017

Hey Ruth: Was trying to reply to your comment, not happening so here's what I've got for you.... Thanks for the follow up. Check out diaphragmatic breathing for divers. http://www.undercurrent.org/UCnow/dive_magazine/2007/BreathingExercises2... And check these videos out: http://www.redb...

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Why do I have little to no wieght loss

11 Answers | Asked by Alex Sanchez on Jan 25, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 27, 2017

Hi Alex, It sounds like you are making great progress. With slower weight/fat loss when people are beginning a new exercise program, the scale may not change for some time. As others mentioned, the body is building muscle while losing fat and other things are changing from a cellular standpoint t...

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How can I change credit card on file for IDEA poster?

2 Answers | Asked by Krissy Greenhouse on Jan 23, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 24, 2017

Hey there, You can go to your account, scroll down to the very bottom and it will list credit cards on file. Best, Kimber www.completephysique.com

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Group Exercise Cert. Vs a Specific Certification??

4 Answers | Asked by Annie Cowden on Jan 23, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 24, 2017

Hi Annie, As always, I agree with Karin above. Likely best (without knowing your personal group or individual background experience) to get a group certification than a specialty people may not recognize. What you'll learn are ways to easily teach groups and format your own classes based on exerc...

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heart rate training to lower heart rate

4 Answers | Asked by Ruth Schrader-Grace on Jan 23, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 24, 2017

Hey Ruth, Yes please, are we trying to: Lower resting HR Increase Anaerobic or Aerobic threshold Lower working HR ?

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