What is the number What does it mean for you What would it mean for a diabetic

What is the number what does it mean for you what

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What is the number? What does it mean for you? What would it mean for a diabetic? How could you incorporate blood glucose results into your exercise practice?4. Write down three or more special population groups for whom you would use a water exercise therapy program. What types of movement routines would you perform? What types of strength training would you incorporate? What precautions would you take?5. Identify at least two women who have regularly exercised before and after pregnancy with very little "down time." What precautions did they follow? What alterations did they make to their normal training routine? If they were to do it again, what changes might they make? Do these follow the guidelines presented in your course text? How will the information you have gained from this learning experience guide your training recommendations for clients who are pregnant?6. Seek out a competent sports medicine expert--medical doctor, chiropractic physician, nurse, or physical therapist--and review some of the sports-medicine conditions outlined in the course text. Are these outlines specific enough? Are any sports-medical conditions left out that should be included? What else can you do to better prepare yourself in assisting your clients to seek competent sports-medical assistance?7. Visit a chiropractor and discuss as many of the therapeutic modalities as s/he uses. Where do you, the personal trainer, fit into the chiropractor's rehabilitation practice? Where do you fit in the process of ensuring the continuation of care as well as the prevention of future injury/ailments?8. Attend a basic first-aid course and explain how the information gathered in the course will be specifically helpful to you as a certified personal trainer. (NOTE: First aid and basic adult CPR/AED are separate topics. Some courses combine both. First aid is the topic of this learning experience. CPR/AED isa co-requisite to earning your certification.)9. Research the steps involved in launching a new personal training business and develop a business plan. Find out where to obtain your DBA, business checking account, and liability insurance. Create all of the necessary forms for your business including your resume, rate sheets, policies, consent forms, healthhistory questionnaires, and anything else that you deem professionally appropriate. You might design a logo or flyer for the business as well. Lastly, include a description of any difficulties you encountered as
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you navigated the business set-up process. Copy and paste this information into the text box provided as part your response.Section 5: Case StudyThis part of your examination is worth 160 points and consists of 2 Case Study questionsCase Study QuestionsPlease note the following when constructing your Case Studies:PDF files, Images, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Illustrator and Apple's Pages will NOTpaste into the textbox.
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