Special Event: Learn How Strength Training Slows Aging
Join us to hear Fred Bartlit, age 85, author of Choosing the Strong Path for a special presentation on leading a healthier life.
Wednesday, 9/26 from 5:30 – 7:30 PM
CityWide SuperSlow Strength +Fitness
Price: $14 (includes the book)
Snacks and Beverages will be provided. Sponsored by: CityWide SuperSlow, Relax the Back, in Partnership with the Village Chicago
GET TONED AND BUILD MUSCLE
HOW IT WORKS
The SuperSlow technique involves lifting and lowering the weights over a 20-second timeframe. This slow approach eliminates acceleration and momentum, working the muscles more effectively and safely. Experience the benefits of a full-body strength workout in only 20 minutes, just once or twice a week.
WHY STRENGTH TRAINING
Strength training or high intensity training generates the fastest and greatest results! The workout is demanding, intense and effective. Proven an effective means of increasing our physical capacity, improving our athletic performance, reducing our injury risk, and improving our self-confidence. It’s the hardest you’ll ever work at exercise. And by the way, it’s only 20 minutes.
THE SUPERSLOW PROGRAM
The SuperSlow strength technique is different than the traditional style of weight training. Rather than going at the typical 1-2 seconds per repetition, the SuperSlow technique aims for about 18-23 seconds per repetition. This means the muscles are worked harder yet safely, so you will see increased benefits and decreased risk of injury.
BENEFITS OF SUPERSLOW TRAINING
Science-based, proven technique of strength training, so effective that takes care of all your exercise needs in a 20 minute workout, once a week.
Certified SuperSlow instructors provide one-on-one strength training using this highly effective and original protocol tailored precisely to your needs and goals. We keep precise records of your workout performance. This allows us to closely monitor the variables of intensity, duration and frequency appropriately.
High-Intensity with Low Impact
By going very slow to lift and lower the weights, the muscles are worked harder with virtually no risk of injury
We keep precise records of your workout performance. This allows us to closely monitor the variables of intensity, duration and frequency appropriately.