Sue D'Alonzo

PINOLE, CA 94564-2910

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Micro-gym site finding and startup expectations

8 Answers | Asked by User on Dec 10, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 10, 2012

Would you consider sharing a space? Would the warehouse have heat, a bathroom and proper flooring? Warehouse locations tend to be off the beaten path, you want to make sure you have a good enough location for people to park and easily find you!

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Has anyone researched C4 pre-workout? If so, have there been any studies that reveal the safety of the product?

8 Answers | Asked by Stacey Millican on Dec 08, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 09, 2012

You may want to do a basic google search on studies conducted. There are very loose guidelines on most non regulated items.

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Do you have problems with group fitness instructors playing their music too loud or screaming into their microphones?

11 Answers | Asked by Calvin Yeong on Dec 07, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 09, 2012

I was unsuccessful dealing with this issue when I managed a fitness studio. Most instructors would insist that volume added energy therefore they would not turn it down. You can research and be aware of all the "guidelines" but that won't necessarily bring you your desired result. You may want to...

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average pay for personal trainer in charlotte, nc

7 Answers | Asked by darius moore on Dec 07, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 09, 2012

Pay usually depends on experience, intelligence, references, professionalism, and value.

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Would like to know the average pay expected for a group exercise coordinator, average 10-15 hours per week, not including classe

6 Answers | Asked by Linda McDorman on Dec 07, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 08, 2012

I base pay on experience, cost of living, and expectations. Look within your budget and decide what numbers work best for your organization then find a candidate that can fulfill your requirements. Everything in negotiable.

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What is the best type of exercise for someone with lower back pain?

17 Answers | Asked by Angela Cordoni on May 10, 2011

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 07, 2012

There really is "no best", it all depends on the exact cause and a detailed account of the persons history After receiving medical clearance, after all we want to make sure it really is lower back pain and not something else, and after physical therapy( ( if prescribed), it is then up to the traine...

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Do you proactively reach out to certain populations who might be resistant to exercise? What do you do?

17 Answers | Asked by Sandy Todd Webster on Apr 27, 2011

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 06, 2012

I am working with four very sedentary people who all work together. They are amazed at how easy it is to fit "exercise" into their lives As a unit they are inspiring each other to continue and reach their goals. They are ready to change and are using myfitnesspal to track.

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How do you take care of clients when you are unavailable?

13 Answers | Asked by Sandy Todd Webster on Apr 27, 2011

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 06, 2012

Really the only time I am not available is if they are out of town or sick I always do my best to work them into my schedule as my first option, if I can't see them we will either email, phone talk or pre plan the plan. There is always something they can do do remain and continue reaching their ...

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Personal Trainers: Is there a heart rate monitor you recommend using with your clients?

12 Answers | Asked by Nicole Schmitz on Dec 06, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 06, 2012

I prefer the talk test and RPE Heart rate monitors are great for some populations but they can be a burden at times. Obviously it is best to follow ACSM guidelines and to use a HRMoniter if your client has risk factors.

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What daily tasks count as physical activity?

12 Answers | Asked by Martina Johnson on Dec 06, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Dec 06, 2012

Also check out www.smallstep.gov for ideas

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