Sue D'Alonzo

Berkeley, CA 94705

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How do I update the expiration dates of my certifications?

4 Answers | Asked by Catherine O'Mordha on Sep 25, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 27, 2015

This is another great reason why to stay current and take the CEC tests so that when you're ready to renew you have all the requirements.

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Has anyone ever fired a difficult client and had them threaten to defame?

9 Answers | Asked by Lena Ryman on Sep 25, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 27, 2015

This has not happened to me but I can only imagine how it made you feel Personally, I would not give her another thought, although I would check YELP and if she does write a nasty review you can respond to it in a neutral manner. Other than that, you are doing the best thing by getting rid of he...

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exercises for ostopenia

6 Answers | Asked by Kathie O'Callaghan on Sep 08, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 08, 2015

http://www.ideafit.com/fitness-products/september-2015-idea-fitness-jour... I just read and took a CEC test regarding this! Check it out

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What do you think?

5 Answers | Asked by Missy Reece on Sep 07, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 08, 2015

I charge for ten sessions paid in advance to be completed in a certain time frame I charge more for one time a week vs. two times a week. I would not advise charging less than your worth as it de values your services. As for the bootcamp idea maybe you need to find another way to do a bootc...

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80 yr cannot do hamstring stretches without pain behind knee and outside of calf. He cant get on floor and has balance issues.

10 Answers | Asked by Jennifer Mercer on Sep 07, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 08, 2015

I would do short bouts of cardio followed by strength work. Don't put him on the floor at all, it will add frustration for both of you. Stretching is overrated in my mind. I would focus on balance exercises instead of trying to stretch him.

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You are working with a client who has hypertension and has been cleared by her physician for exercise.

5 Answers | Asked by James Washington on Sep 02, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 05, 2015

For a test it would be D But answering questions on a test does not compare to how you have to think as a trainer.

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Two part question about working with clinets over 60 years old and those clients having injuries

6 Answers | Asked by Trent Barga on Sep 02, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 05, 2015

Exercise is great for many things but not for weight loss unless your client learns how to eat. I would refer your A client to a Nutritionist or Health Coach for food counseling. Cracked ribs can hurt during any exercise. I would stick with lower body work and very light resistance to tolerance....

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Need help!!!

6 Answers | Asked by James Washington on Sep 02, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 05, 2015

James What test are you studying for?

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Help Please....

7 Answers | Asked by James Washington on Sep 02, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Sep 05, 2015

A The operative word in the question is "initial"

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for trainers that train clients at their gym, how do you go about getting clients?

6 Answers | Asked by Fury Sanderson on Aug 26, 2015

Answered by Sue D'Alonzo on Aug 30, 2015

It's unethical to try to sneak in as a personal trainer and use a gym to train, it's also a huge liability to you and the gym I would suggest finding a spot to rent and build your clientele from there Also keep in mind, if your niche is only dancers that are high, you may want to think about e...

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