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Brandon Briggs, MS

U.S.
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returns 01/31/2017
Expertise

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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Recent Answers from Brandon Briggs, MS

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

2014-07-23 Heart Rate Recovery:

Hi James,     There are a lot of possible reasons why your recovery would be different for the 2 exercise sessions. Typically heart rate recovery is defined by the difference between your exercise heart

2014-05-05 Aerobic Effect:

Hi Thomas,     Even when shortening your cardio into smaller bouts you should continue to aim for 60-70% of your heart rate max. It is not necessary to perform higher intensities when you are splitting

 

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