Madeline Ross, CEO of exercise franchise SuperSlow Zone®, recently responded to September 15, 2008 American Medical News article called “Muscles Matter.”
Orlando, Fla. – October 31, 2008 – SuperSlow Zone, LLC® CEO Madeline Ross recently responded to an article in the American Medical News, published by the American Medical Association (AMA.) The article, “Muscle Matters,” by Susan J. Landers, enumerates the benefits of strength training as stated by renowned medical doctor and PhDs, thus supporting the mission of SuperSlow® Zone and its strength training protocols. The SuperSlow Zone® mission is to build strong, healthy bodies through SuperSlow® strength training by taking care of the spectrum of society, from kids to the medically fragile, to high performing athletes, to seniors and to all busy people 40 – 69 years old.
Ross pointed out that the article, through the endorsement of several medical doctors and PhDs, further reinforces the idea that strength training should be an integral part of an exercise routine for people of all ages and fitness levels. Through this article, the medical world takes a strong, public stand for the necessity of strength training. In the past, the medical community recommended walking as an ideal form of exercise; this article highlights a changing emphasis within the medical world on the type of exercise that can best keep the public healthy and fit, especially as one ages.
SuperSlow® has been the leading strength training protocol for more than 26 distinguished years. The SuperSlow® method is an expert-supervised, 20-minute, twice-a-week, strength training protocol that has proven to be the safest, most efficient and effective form of strength training available. SuperSlow Zone’s® clients are men and women of all ages who seek a professional health and exercise service that delivers maximum results in a minimum amount of time.
“I sincerely hope that the AMA’s call for medical professionals to recommend strength training to their patients is clear, loud and urgent,” Ross said. “Read our ‘Muscles Matter’ FAQ (http://franchise.superslowzone.com/faq) to get a thorough snapshot of what MDs and PhDs are saying in ‘Muscles Matter.’ It will compel you to take action, and the only professional, convenient, safe, efficient and effective strength training is SuperSlow Zone®. We serve the ‘public spectrum’ ― meeting you at your level ― to help you look and feel good, enabling you to do the things you want to do, increasing your energy and, most importantly, increasing your quality of life now and as you age. All in 20 minutes, twice a week.”
For more information about SuperSlow Zone® please visit http://www.SuperSlowZone.com.
About SuperSlow Zone®, LLC:
SuperSlow® celebrates a 26-year history of helping people achieve optimal strength and health in minimum time. SuperSlow® strength training is the original, accredited, high-intensity, low-force strengthening exercise protocol. It was created and developed by founder Ken Hutchins out of a $3.2 million osteoporosis study in 1982 at the University of Florida, School of Medicine.
SuperSlow Zone® is a distinctive health and exercise franchise that exclusively delivers SuperSlow® strength training to busy people of all ages throughout the world. Clients/patients achieve and maintain strong, healthy and attractive bodies through a 20-minute work out, two times a week, in an ideally cooled and ventilated, distraction-free, clinical exercise environment. SSZ ensures that a Certified SuperSlow® Instructor is focused on achieving and sustaining client results. Other options available include healthy eating coaching for optimal weight and health goals. http://www.superslowzone.com.
SuperSlow Zone® is accredited by the prestigious IACET (http://www.iacet.org). IACET also accredits the American Physical Therapy Association, National Institute of Health, Centers for Disease Control and, Duke University Medical Center, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Corporate University, GE Healthcare and many others. SSZ achieved and maintains this accreditation to ensure the highest standards of service and care for its clients.