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Karen Fili Sullivan

U.S.
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Get on the inside track with Karen and her daily advice. http://karenfilisullivan.com. Or on FacebookLIKE us at ZWL - Zen of Whole Living I have more than 30 years experience and can help with lifting technique, muscle recovery, weight loss, body building and powerlifting. I've been certified by AFPA as a Personal Trainer and 12 years ago acquired a second certification from the same agency as a Post Rehabilitative Exercise Specialist. Any recommendations or advice rendered are based on fitness information as specified by the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Fitness Professionals and Associates. Follow my Blog on http://karenfilisullivan.com

Greg Hoppe

U.S.
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I can answer questions on proper exercise technique, starting as well as growing in attaining your fitness goals and questions regrading how the human body works from an exercise physiology standpoint. I can assist with any questions regarding anatomy & physiology, stretching and rehabilitation. I am also extremely well versed and experienced in martial arts, self-defense and massage therapy.

Muzza Fitness

Czech Republic
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I can answer questions related to fitness, weight lifting, bodybuilding, strength training, workout plans, nutrition, weight loss, dieting, fitness nutrition and any general fitness related questions.

Joe Stankowski

U.S.
Available
Fitness for People Who Hate Exercise; Weight loss and maintenance (aka: Waist Management); Sport/Exercise Nutrition Strategies; Powerlifting; Advanced Training Program Design; Home-based exercise

Vveth Hammer

Available
I can answer questions relateing to practical strength training, that is, training that you can actually use. sports. martial arts or just wanting to satisfy the instinct to be powerful, I can assist you.

Jerry Goodwin

U.S.
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I can answer questions related to any of the following areas alternative medicine, fitness, physical education, weight training, senior health, bicycling, personal trainers, personal training, medical technology, health and wellness, eating disorders, weight loss, Naturopathy, first aid, and bodybuilding. In fact I was listed as an expert in each of these categories at askme.com until they closed down

Nilo Lins

U.S.
Available
Questions I can answer: Use of the Olympic lifts in sports specific training. Use of resistance training in sports specific, fat loss, body composition improvement. Motor pattern corrections via proprioception improvements. Fundamental uses of free weights, medicine balls,stability balls, etc.

Karen Skidmore

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions in the following areas: general fitness questions, strength training, flexibility, aerobic training, balance training and corrective/rehab training. Please no questions regarding specific injuries I would need more information then what you can provide in an email to answer these questions accurately. You must be 18 years or older to ask me a question. If you need more in depth help or would like help with your specific workout plans please visit my website. I offer online training and phone consultations. www.completely-fit.com. I also offer a monthly newsletter.

Greg

U.S.
Available
The following types of questions are fine: overall benefits of exercise, bodyfat reduction / weight loss, interests, training for specific bodyparts, order of exercises and reps/sets, routine suggestions, general questions. The following types of questions I will NOT answer: questions about physical therapy training post-injury, questions about training after medical treatment.

Recent Answers

2017-02-13 Hip:

Hi James,    There are plenty of trainers that would agree with you that these machines are something you may want to miss, here is an article about just that. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/22/fix-your-form-how-to-exercise-hip-abduc

2017-02-10 Resistance & Sanitation.:

Hi James,      Any amount of weight will "improve" the workout up to an amount of weight that will injure you and which ise what you should do your best to avoid.It is always better to error on the side

2017-02-07 Protein:

Hi James,    180 lbs is about 82 Kg and the article says about 1.4 to 2.0 per kg. using the lower 1.4 you would need about 115 grams of protein per day.    You can get that anytime during the day, it seems

2017-02-06 Protein:

Hi James,    There are lots of protein supplements and Meal replacement powders and drinks that contain considerable amounts of protein, and you can add more if needed by making your own shakes using the

2017-02-02 Muscles:

Hi James,    Sorry this took so long. I actually answered it before but for some reason it did not go through.    Don't know that there is any sort of chart as you mention, however it is not really needed

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