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Kimberly Chase

Boynton Beach, FL 33435

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Have you trained someone who's native language is not English?

3 Answers | Asked by Denise Lee on Jan 14, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 18, 2017

Hi Denise, Funny question to me as I've taught group fitness to people who can't speak English and it certainly is educational! Here's my best tips: 1. Know what their back ground in fitness and athletics is so you can use exercises that they may be a little more familiar with. 2. DEMONSTRATE ...

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Looking for a catchy name for a men only strength conditioning class?

5 Answers | Asked by Jodie Quercia on Jan 12, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 18, 2017

Men of Steel Flex for Sex (this will get men's attention :) Super Men BEAST (Best energy for strength and testosterone)...some acronym like that Dark Knights Rising Essential Male Boys to Men All I've got at the moment. Have fun! Kimber

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I am a Pilates instructor and need to renew. Would like to do it online. Any suggestions?

2 Answers | Asked by Mary Beth Talerico on Jan 16, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 18, 2017

Hey Mary Beth, Not sure if you would like to now certify for reformer also. Here are some options: https://www.pilatescertificationonline.com/index.php/users/viewpromo/20 Mat only with Organizations other than Fittour: https://www.acefitness.org/continuing-education/course/4qw32366/pilate...

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best exercises for bad knees

5 Answers | Asked by Laurie Moran on Jan 18, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 18, 2017

Hey Laurie, This is a big question with little information as to the cause of the knee problems and without knowing more I'd hesitate to give any further info. It's sounds like the first step would be to try to increase flexibility and knee/hip joint range of motion so as not to do further joint...

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Certified Endurance/Running Coach

3 Answers | Asked by christiana murphy on Jan 07, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 11, 2017

Hey Christina, Looks like you're looking for triathlete coaching info? These folks have some fantastic programs! (I'm a certified coach through them and some of their presenters are the best in the business): http://athletesacceleration.com/ Also found these: https://triathloncoachcertif...

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Music in training

10 Answers | Asked by Sean Becker on Nov 22, 2011

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 04, 2017

The best thing a trainer or group instructor can do is tailor the music to the class or person. Just ask what they like and play it. Everyone is different and motivated by different music as evident by the responses here. :) We are doing a good job by preparing.

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Hey there fellow instructors! Could you please share some of your favorite music? Say for high intensity Bootcamp/HIIT class.

9 Answers | Asked by Jenna Hernandez on Dec 30, 2016

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 04, 2017

I use Napster/Rhapsody and make my own playlists and they are saved forever. Great when you are teaching 12 classes a week. The songs sometimes become unavailable so the play lists need to be refreshed from time to time. I have playlists for all: spinning, Bootcamp, HIIT, Footwork, PT, stretch, yo...

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Is there anyway to put my Logo on the posters that are posted on my Facebook Page?

2 Answers | Asked by Omar Stinney on Jan 02, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 04, 2017

If you are speaking about the social fit posters~I doubt it but would contact that team directly to inquire.

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Does anyone teach dance-style fitness classes that are not Zumba? What types? Where do you get certified?

5 Answers | Asked by Carolyn McCoy on Jan 04, 2017

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Jan 04, 2017

Hey there, Just answering as a club manager because I've taken many and we've had quite a few at our facilities which were welcomed and NOT Zumba. Here are some formats: 1. Dance class where each song was of a different genre: country, jazz, classical, etc. and choreographed. Participants were ...

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arthritis training programs

5 Answers | Asked by Michele Meleski on Sep 09, 2016

Answered by Kimberly Chase on Sep 26, 2016

Hey Michele, Aquatic exercise is the best for all arthritic conditions. It allows people to challenge themselves while getting stronger and staying pain free. I'd also be very aware of processed foods which tend to exacerbate these conditions. Some other foods tend to cause joint inflammation...

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