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Workout 1-2 Times Per Week

What is the difference between "regular" strength training and "superslow" strength training? Regular strength training: Lower intensity Longer workouts to produce results = increased time commitment At least 3 workouts per week = bigger financial...

Momentary Muscular Failure

MOMENTARY MUSCULAR FAILURE: The point where your working muscle is fully fatigued to the extent that it can no longer complete another repetition.  The muscles are so fatigued that you are pushing or pulling as hard as you can but unable to move the...

Benefits of Strength Training

HIGH-INTENSITY STRENGTH TRAINING TAKES CARE OF ALL YOUR FITNESS NEEDS! Lower blood pressure Improved low back pain Improved cholesterol levels Make you stronger Improved fat loss Improved immune system Improved cardiovascular fitness Stronger bones Greater...

Strength Training is Cardio

"Cardio" is short for cardiovascular.  The cardiovascular system consists of the heart and blood vessels (arteries, veins and capillaries) and is responsible for circulating blood.  It delivers oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and carries waste products...

Bringing Kenya Back to CWSS

Lufthansa air departed on a sunny Saturday afternoon from Ohare International Airport and I was on the flight bound for a Kenyan photographic safari this past September. CWSS client Chris Gordon organized each detail of the trip from start to finish. We saw baby...

THE NEGATIVE ONLY WORKOUT: TAKING YOUR INTENSITY TO THE MAX

We like to say that the secret to SuperSlow is intensity done within the constraints of safety. In other words, we afford the client the ability to work the muscles to their maximum capacity, and that person's mental and physical ability, without a fear of injury....