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. THAT is unique.
About 15 years ago, when we became among the first advocates of high intensity exercise done in a very slow manner, the advice of the day was contrary: "Just get your heart rate to about 70% of your max and sustain it." This meant do your "cardio" slow and steady; hard work was "bad," steady stat
I'm a personal trainer who eats well, exercises religiously, and thinks about everything I put in my mouth, from Advil to cheesecake, I ask, "What will this do to me?"
Happy Summer! I had the opportunity to spend a week at the Ashram this past July. The Ashram is a week long experience where you transform your mind, body and soul as you immerse yourself each day, reconnecting to yourself while finding your inner and outer strength to climb any "mountain."
What is oatmeal? Oatmeal is a meal made from ground oats, used in breakfast cereals or other food. Oatmeal is one of those foods everyone thinks is super healthy, but is that really the case?