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SuperSlow® Technique Recognized by “Men’s Health” Magazine
Men’s Health, America’s leading health magazine for men, recognizes SuperSlow for the third time as the most effective weight-lifting technique to get in shape.
“Working out 3 to 4 times per week is old news. In today’s fast paced world, people don’t have time to do that and don’t need to do that. But using the revolutionary SuperSlow workout, you need only one or two days a week for 20 minutes to accomplish and maintain your goals,” Madeline Ross, SuperSlow Zone CEO, said. “Better still, because the training is slow you may not even break a sweat and clients workout in their regular clothes. They get in, get out and get on with their day,” Ross added.
This simple, but still demanding, training technique continues to be recognized by some of the top publications in the nation and is fast becoming the most respected full-body workout method. With SuperSlow all you need is 20 minutes one to two times a week for a full-body workout to maintain a healthy, vital lifestyle.
The recent story on SuperSlow in Men’s Health Magazine noted that this technique “is a lot safer for the injury-prone, since many exercise strains and pains occur within smaller stabilizing muscles that become over-worked when you’re handling heavier loads of weight.”
“Being featured in Men's Health for our third time is really great news! The magazine is supporting, once again, the value of the SuperSlow as safe, efficient and highly effective. You just can beat great results from a 20 minute work out, twice a week. For people who work out and are in shape, we help them capture more free time for their life. For those who want to get into shape, which is most of the world, we are simply the best,” Ross said.
About SuperSlow Zone:
SuperSlow strength training method was created and developed by founder Ken Hutchins out of an Osteoporosis Study in 1982 at the University of Florida Medical School. The SuperSlow Zone offers SuperSlow strength training to enable busy people to achieve and maintain strong, healthy, and attractive bodies. SuperSlow is accredited by the prestigious IACET (http://www.iacet.org). Additionally, customers will benefit from Zone Coaching, which introduces Dr. Sears’ method of eating, recommends menus, develops meal plans, and a host of other services to achieve and maintain optimal weight and health goals. SuperSlow Zone effectively merges SuperSlow strength training with healthy eating to promote and support discriminated fat loss. For more information visit http://www.superslowzone.com.