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Kimberly Chase

Boynton Beach, FL 33435

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How does the Performance specialist certification help advance my career as a personal trainer

1 Answer | Asked by Rich Wilson on Apr 12, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jun 18, 2017

Hey Rich, Sorry, I don't know anything about EXOS program but while conducting my own CEC's and getting another certification, it's always good to look at your market, clientele, and that's the best determination of whether the certification will help "advance" your career. What is your market nic...

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does wearing sweat clothes and doing cardio burn more fat

4 Answers | Asked by Lisa Garcia on Jun 17, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jun 18, 2017

Hey there Lisa, As Nancy said above, no. It just temporarily removes water from fat cells. Also causes many dehydration and holds bacteria on skin. Best, Kimber www.completephysique.com

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success rate with a trainer vs without

2 Answers | Asked by John Bauer on May 25, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on May 31, 2017

Hey John, Not sure if you're wondering about general success (goals met) of weight loss, 1RM max, competition in running or lifting? Bodybuilding? The above illustrates how all of us can benefit from having a mentor and coach regardless of level of experience. Most importantly, it keeps peopl...

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I am looking for a contract as a gym owner for our personal trainer

2 Answers | Asked by Jeannine Groll on May 23, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on May 31, 2017

Hi Jeanine, A lot of gyms do this solely via email records now. I don't like that, prefer things in paper writing for records. If you are concerned I would go to an attorney and as mentioned above, for a nominal fee they can draw up a simple contract which also specifies anything you expect from ...

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Insurance and liability when renting space to a independent fitness trainer?

3 Answers | Asked by Gabriel Gabaldon on May 27, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on May 31, 2017

Hi Gabriel, What a great opportunity for any fitness instructor. In addition to Karin's advice above: Yes, absolutely every renter should possess their own liability insurance as stated by Natalie above, naming your facility. Further liability would depend on set-up of the independant business ...

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Exercise recommendations with clients with higher risk osteoporosis

4 Answers | Asked by Fran Johnson on Apr 15, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Apr 22, 2017

Hey Fran, I'd just like to add:bands, bands, bands. Helps to resist eccentric motion too. As mentioned: vertical compound weight lifting, weight bearing and resistance activities, power plate as mentioned previously. Also aquatic exercise. The debate continues whether this is weight bearin...

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How best to confirm my pay for a corporate gig - contract or email trail?

5 Answers | Asked by Jennifer Gwirtz on Apr 18, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Apr 22, 2017

Hey there Jennifer, My experience is that a clearer paper trail is needed especially if the company is large and you are dealing with one person, who may be dealing with many more. Most larger companies have a legal department who draws up the contract. If it's a smaller company I'd have an att...

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Charge for a small group

5 Answers | Asked by Delia "Dee" Romero on Apr 12, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Apr 15, 2017

Hey Delia, There are a couple routes based on your location and business. 1. You could call this a corporate group. I charge no less than $100.00 for a corporate group hour. I bring stuff, there's a lot of people. I get there early. Driving in my area has heavy traffic. 2. If a small gro...

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I have a new, mature female client,very low bodyweight, with Emphysema.

2 Answers | Asked by Laura Partridge on Apr 14, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Apr 15, 2017

Hey there Laura, I'd agree with Laura and perhaps encourage an indoor space experience since it is a more controlled environment. For strength I'd also stick to using bands for more eccentric motion which will also encourage more breath control and awareness of breath muscles too. Certainly trees ...

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The best/most respected specialization certifications

4 Answers | Asked by Robert Habib on Mar 28, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Mar 28, 2017

Hey there Robert, It depends on where you work what is the most "respected"....:) That said, I would consider your market niche when choosing what will enhance your career,what you'd enjoy knowing more about and thus it will be worth your time and money. Consider NASM's corrective certification...

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