Sue D'Alonzo

Berkeley, CA 94705

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Yoga certification

3 Answers | Asked by Christina Montell on Jul 05, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jul 05, 2012

I would suggest narrowing in on what type of yoga you are interested in teaching and how many teacher hours of training are required. Talk to your favorite yoga teachers and ask them for pros and cons.

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Intramuscular Fat

9 Answers | Asked by Andrew Halligan on Jul 02, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jul 05, 2012

This is a question for a Physiology book! or better yet a class, if you can get into one. It's really important to learn the systems of the body in order to understand how it works. As trainers and fitness pros it's essential to keep learning and re learning.

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Additional revenue streams not mlm ( no offense )

12 Answers | Asked by Michael Medvig on Jul 02, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jul 04, 2012

How about getting a Group Exercise Leader Certification with an accredited organization and start a bootcamp for skiers? Get specific about your area of expertise and concentrate on that. Personal training can be finite, look at the bigger picture in the fitness world, there are so many popul...

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plyometric training

8 Answers | Asked by Elaine Correa on Jun 27, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jul 02, 2012

I don't believe in ONE type of training I believe we can use all modalities and styles in order to create muscle confusion and consistent results As with any intelligent workout plan, plyometrics can be integrated with whatever degree of difficulty is warranted for your clients. So , yes, it can...

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I have a new client who has an injury to her C4 and C5 which limits her use of her hands and creates issues with walking.

3 Answers | Asked by Robin Bixler on Apr 02, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jun 29, 2012

What are your clients goals? Does she want to increase muscle strength, or endurance? Does she want to focus on balance and flexibility? Please give us more information

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Need ideas for keeping HR elevated with a knee injury

13 Answers | Asked by Addie Kelzer on Jun 28, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jun 29, 2012

So much can be done with resistance training. Increase the intensity and switch up her weight workouts: Decrease her rest in between sets. I also agree with Joanne: stay in touch with her PT to make sure there is not something you have over looked.

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What is the best diet to stay slim yet maintain lean muscle mass?

13 Answers | Asked by Celso Garcia on Jun 28, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jun 29, 2012

As I tell my clients and as Michael Pollan says: Eat Real Food: Mostly plant based If it comes out of a box, it's not food:

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How do you other trainers get clients to make small changes in eating habits?

13 Answers | Asked by Mac Dodds on Jun 27, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jun 29, 2012

Constant communication is very important. Setting realistic goals with a specific plan, as Joanne has said, is essential. Set a certain time aside and sit down and review all of the achievements, not only dietary ones In our society today there is so much information being thrown out there tha...

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A female client of mine has a male physique, tall with no curves, what exercises can make her more womanly and curvy?

8 Answers | Asked by Anonymous on Jun 29, 2011

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jun 26, 2012

Once she accepts her body she can work on her strengths and be grateful for what she does have!

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I am looking for a one page healthy weightloss guidelines for male & female.

3 Answers | Asked by Marcie Contrer on Jun 25, 2012

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Jun 26, 2012

As personal trainers and group exercise leaders we must stay within our scope of practice. There are programs like Weight Watchers and websites like Health.com that have tips along with IDEA itself providing many articles for your access.

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