Slow-motion strength training: Intense & effective

by ultimate on August 30, 2010

in Attitude, Fitness, Research, Senior Health

This informative video that demonstrates the technique and intensity of slow motion strength training that Power of 10 author, Adam Zickerman, prepared for those interested in this effective training technique.

Adam takes us through the full set of exercises in a typical slow-motion work out. For first time viewers this insight can be helpful to understand the focus and intensity required to work out in this manner.

At Ultimate Fitness, we ascribe to all of the methods shown in this video in our slow-protocol, strength training program. And we always provide our clients with guidance and support to help them achieve their fitness goals with an emphasis on safety and measurable results.

Take a look at the video and share your thoughts on what you think of this effective and proven strength training method.

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1 Kathleen Korth July 2, 2011 at 5:21 pm

Yesterday I celebrated my 6 year anniversary at Ultimate Fitness and how fitting it was that it was my scheduled day to work out with my trainer Syndee.  I continue to train at Ultimate Fitness because it keeps me on track with staying in the best overall condition I can be in and helping me maintain my 70 pound weight loss.


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