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I can answer questions about cardiovascular fitness, pulmonary & cardiac rehab, weight training, and corrective exercise.

Experience in the area

I have a Master's in Exercise Science and I am a certified Exercise Specialist. I have been working in Cardiac Rehab for 3 yrs and also doing personal training for 3.

Education/Credentials

NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist, ACSM Certified Exercise Specialist

Awards and Honors

Graduated from CalU with a MS in Exercise Science and Health Promotion with 4.0


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James03/30/17101010 
Richard03/24/17101010Thank you Brandon!
Lee11/26/14101010 
Julian 10/14/14101010Thank you! :)
Michael08/06/14101010 

Recent Answers from Brandon Briggs, MS

2017-03-29 Heart Monitor:

Hello James,     We are currently using the Polar A300 for our research participants which in my opinion is a really nice one. It can be programed with heart rate zones, alerts to help with ranges. I do

2017-03-14 indoor cycling heart rate:

Hi Richard,     A lot of things could be going on here. It could simply be a miscommunication in the HR strap. However if you are consistently exercising in the 90-98% of max range you are working in an

2014-11-22 physiological memory?:

Hi Lee,    Everyone is a little differnt when it comes to time away from exercising and losses. When you stop a regular routine you will loose some of the endurance and muscular gains you have made. However

2014-08-30 exercise:

Aerobic exercise is a broad term. It can mean anything from group exercise classes such as step classes to walking. The benefits include lowering blood pressure, heart rate, reducing cholesterol, reducing

2014-08-04 Up versus down stairs:

Hi Michael,     Walking up the stairs does take more effort than walking down, however walking down vs taking an elevator expends more calories. Ideally taking the stairs and eliminating elevator use is

 

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