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NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit

UPPER BLACK EDDY, PA 18972-9714

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Certification for CPT and Group Fitness.

4 Answers | Asked by Stacy Vote Hinke on Feb 17, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 17, 2017

Hello Stacy Vote Hinke, Good for you; I love my career. You may want to consider who is respected in your area as to who trains you. I received helpful input from the gym owners. Take care, Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.

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Has anyone had success working with a client with diastasis recti? Would you mind sharing your exercise plan??

1 Answer | Asked by Michelle Kaczorowski on Feb 16, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 17, 2017

Hello Michelle Kaczorowski, I have not had a client tell me they have that condition. I do like this article and hope it helps you: http://www.ideafit.com/fitness-library/diastasis-recti-when-the-abs-dont... IDEA Fitness Journal May 2013 in case the link does not work. Take care, Natalie ...

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What is a good alternative to Mindbody?

4 Answers | Asked by Aaron Cobb on Feb 15, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 17, 2017

Hello Aaron Cobb, Thank you for your question; this is good to know. Thank you, April Kennedy for sharing your experience. Take care, Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.

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I'm looking for new ways to help an 83 year old out of shape male learn how to get up from the floor

5 Answers | Asked by Cristine Caivano on Feb 15, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 15, 2017

Hello Cristine Caivano, You can also try descending stairs slowly to work the legs eccentrically. Leave plenty of room in case of stumbling. Doing balance work should help, also. Make sure the ankles are mobile, too. Take care, Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.

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I have a client that gets nauseous when her HR gets too high. Just lifting weights and her HR soars. Doc says nothing wrong

7 Answers | Asked by Amy Vanliew on Feb 14, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 15, 2017

Hello Amy Vanliew, I also wonder if she is holding her breath. Since the doctor is not concerned, I would also track every little detail; but, still proceed with caution. Slow and steady wins the race. I agree with Karin's and Christine's suggestions. Be sure to listen to the body, back off when ne...

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contract template

1 Answer | Asked by Tim Hansen on Feb 13, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 15, 2017

Hello Tim Hansen, Here is a link to get you started: http://www.ideafit.com/personal-trainer-forms I would have a lawyer review them, also. Take care, Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.

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I Need to Create a bootcamp style class for mom and me group-moms may be holding babies and modificiations a must! Help

3 Answers | Asked by Caroline Rutmayer on Feb 14, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 15, 2017

Hello Caroline Rutmayer, Been there, done that, as mother and instructor. This is when you need to play things by ear and never forget the safety and liability issues. Be prepared to stop class for many reasons, let the parent take care of child and be in a position where no one will get hurt. I w...

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where can I find a standard liabiliy waiver form for children?

2 Answers | Asked by Gerrie Wozniak on Feb 11, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 15, 2017

Hello Gerrie Wozniak, I use the same form for all ages with parent/legal guardian place to sign. Take care, Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.

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cscs

3 Answers | Asked by STEPHANIE IPPOLITO on Feb 08, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 11, 2017

Hello Stephanie Ippolito, Thank you for contacting us; how may we help? Take care, Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.

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What are exercise considerations when working with a client undergoing chemotherapy?

2 Answers | Asked by Laura Corbin on Feb 07, 2017

Answered by NatalieSmith NAPS 2 B Fit on Feb 11, 2017

Hello Laura Corbin, Until you and the client know what he can handle, I suggest using seated machines that will act as a buffer to take care of any balance/energy issues. I am sure you and he have received doctor approval to exercise, as Karin mentions. Start with two days of strength a week and ...

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