Making time to build muscle and get healthy thanks to SuperSlow Zone.
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Finding time to exercise is one of the top challenges we all face in the quest to get fit. But you can reap the benefits of exercise in just 20 minutes, twice a week, said Joanie, owner of SuperSlow Zone in Woodbury. “We all need a good dose of muscle,” Joanie said. The benefits of increasing strength and building muscle range from improved cardiovascular health to weight loss to disease prevention.
The best way to get started and ensure ongoing success is having one-on-one help from a qualified, professional fitness trainer.
The best way to get started and ensure ongoing success is having one-on- one help from a qualified fitness trainer. A trainer can address your personal goals and limitations and provide support along the way. Super Slow Zone certified instructors teach a slow and controlled method to safely and effectively exercise your muscles to momentary muscle fatigue. What does this mean? In simple terms, it means that you push until you can’t push any more. Why Momentary muscular fatigue stimulates your body’s own growth mechanism to “make more muscle.” It should be viewed as a signal to the body that it needs to get stronger in order to meet the demands being placed upon it. During each appointment, you exercise on 5 to 6 pieces of strength training equipment.
Personal attention and expertise enable you to achieve optimal fitness and health results in minimum time, said Joanie. Accredited by the prestigious IACET.org, SuperSlow Zone delivers the highest standards to serve busy clients with mi- nor-to-major health challenges and the general exerciser.
Increase in strength is usually responsible for what is perceived as cardiovascular improvement, says Joanie.
The heart and lungs exist for the purpose of supporting or servicing the working skeletal muscles. As the muscles improve in their ability to do work more efficiently, there is less demand on the cardiovascular system. That is why you need resistance levels, or weights, that are perfect for your current strength level which progresses you safely and effectively to increased total body strength.
“I look forward to my workouts and having everything set up for me that I know is right for my strength levels, “said Dr. Cheryl Hinners, a SuperSlow Zone client. “I just have to show up and my Instructor guides me through it.”
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