SLOW MOTION HIGH INTENSITY STRENGTH TRAINING
THE 30 MINUTE, ONCE-A-WEEK TRAINING SOLUTION.
For just a moment, put everything aside you know about exercising. And take a couple of minutes to learn about something uniquely different. It’s called Slow Motion High Intensity Strength Training. And it’s about to change your thinking on how you exercise as never before.
IT’S NOT HOW MUCH TIME YOU SPEND BUT HOW YOU SPEND YOUR TIME.
Once you’ve made up your mind up to exercise, you just have to find the time. But how much time do you really need to see benefits. And what type of exercise will bring the quickest results without damaging your body? What would you say if we told you that you only need 30 minutes a week of strength training to gain benefits? It’s not as incredible as it might seem. Thanks to a scientific program called Slow Motion High Intensity Strength Training, your road to physical fitness has been shortened considerably.
SLOW MOTION GETS QUICK RESULTS.
In every field, our knowledge keeps increasing. It’s no different with exercise training techniques. Just compare the athletes of 30 years ago to those of today and it’s easy to see the difference. Slow Motion High Intensity Strength Training is the latest scientific and tested approach to exercise. Each exercise is done in a very slow, controlled and deliberate fashion targeting the muscle or muscle group to total fatigue in two minutes. This method is proven to stimulate muscle growth in the shortest amount of time, creating the most effective and safest way to train.
THE REST IS EASY
Each exercise is slow but intense. Because of the intensity of the workout your body needs to rest longer in between training sessions. But all you truly need is 30 minutes a week of slow motion high intensity strength training to accomplish many of your goals such as: losing fat, improving body shape and increasing your metabolism. During the rest of the week your muscles rest, recuperate and grow stronger.
WHY LESS IS MORE.
The benefits of strength training for your health and well-being are well documented by doctors, research studies and numerous scientific articles. So why is it so difficult to get motivated? Is it the endless sets, the mindless repetition? Or the sheer amount of dedication it takes to get meaningful results? With Slow Motion High Intensity Strength Training, we shortcut the process so you get the maximum results in the shortest possible time.