Paul Daniels

Salt Lake City, UT 84105

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what is the best way to build power in my legs

2 Answers | Asked by DEBBIE COLLINS on Nov 21, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Nov 22, 2017

Power is a physics problem. If you want power you need to understand the equation Power= force x displacement/time. Here's an example then I'll address how to build power. Let's take the power clean as our example. It's a power movement as opposed to the deadlift or squat, which are not. If I ca...

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1 Answer | Asked by Peggy Mincey on Nov 22, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Nov 22, 2017

Try sending quotes through Thumbtack but be choosy about who you send to using the demographics they provide. It takes time but I've generated a lot of business this way. I wouldn't pay for Yelp. It has been disappointing and I won't be using them any more. Also, I noticed you only charge $35/sessio...

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What website do you are recommend to create your own business website? Weebly, wix?

2 Answers | Asked by Colleen Robinson on Nov 08, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Nov 12, 2017

I used WordPress after first trying Wix. I found it a little easier to work with and they automatically update your site regularly with the newest version. I'm satisfied with WordPress

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best protein sources

3 Answers | Asked by DEBBIE COLLINS on Nov 08, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Nov 08, 2017

Of all protein sources on the planet tuna is considered the highest. But other fish sources are also high. Of course animal sources, meat, egg whites and milk are higher in protein, but are associated with higher disease risk such as heart disease and some cancers. Plant based diets can be high ...

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exercises for post-polio clients

2 Answers | Asked by Meg Solomon on Oct 16, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Oct 20, 2017

Hi Meg As I'm sure you're aware polio affects the motor neuron. Unfortunately, symptoms cannot be reversed or improved with exercise. The toe drop your client is experiencing is likely due to the motor neurons that innervate the tibialis anterior, the primary dorsiflexor. The best you can hope for ...

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I want to leave my current employer due to low clientele base for a national chain w/ a larger client base...

3 Answers | Asked by DEBORAH SHULTS on Oct 10, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Oct 11, 2017

Non-compete clauses are somewhat difficult to enforce, but since you didn't sign one you're fine. A business can't prevent someone from making a living in their chosen field, but it may be able to limit your scope. I have my trainers sign a non-compete, but the only thing it prevents them from doing...

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Is there a fee for reusing content such as articles on my personal website?

2 Answers | Asked by Reginald Gentry on Oct 11, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Oct 11, 2017

If you reuse articles you'll need to site the original source, such as the author or publisher. It's always a good idea to get permission, such as an email, because printed material is generally copyrighted.

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what can be a qiuck assesment for a holiday guest coming in for a session

3 Answers | Asked by Oscar Dalituicama on Sep 21, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Sep 21, 2017

I like to run them through activities that uses each of the three energy systems. I observe how they respond based on my experience with others of the same age and gender. In order for this to be effective you need experience in training. Otherwise, you can use assessment protocols from organization...

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How to make my client feel good in the gym?

4 Answers | Asked by Della Chen on Aug 23, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Aug 24, 2017

Just talk to them. Get to know them. Find common ground to talk about and only compliment them when they deserve it and you truly mean it. I've been training most of my clients for years and I just talk to them as I would a friend.

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How do I charge a corporation for classes that I am willing to instruct at their company?

5 Answers | Asked by sabrina toth on Aug 23, 2017

Answered by Paul Daniels on Aug 24, 2017

Insurance typically pays a much lower rate than if the corporation pays out of pocket. You may be able to charge a flat rate that the insurance company and the corporation split. As your contact person how the company handles payment. The company that I wrote a proposal for pays out of pocket direct...

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