Health and Exercise Franchise of SuperSlow Zone® Participates In “Summer of Strong Women”
SuperSlow Zone® – Sarasota, Fla., a distinctive health and exercise franchise of Orlando-based SuperSlow Zone®, LLC, participates in “summer of strong women.”
Orlando, Fla. – June 13, 2008 – Earlier this week, Madeline Ross, CEO of health and exercise franchise SuperSlow Zone® (SSZ), issued a call-to-action to all women by declaring that summer 2008 is focused on “strong women.” In videos and articles about SuperSlow Zone® female clients posted the company’s web site, http://www.superslowzone.com, Ross emphasizes the importance of women’s health, strength and grace through self-accountability with help.
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 who seek a professional service that delivers maximum results in a minimum amount of time. However, Ross is focusing on women for a special summer 2008 initiative.
At the Sarasota, Fla. location of SuperSlow Zone®, several female clients are taking advantage of this extra focus by sharing the exceptional results they are seeing utilizing the SuperSlow® strength training method.
Jill Rex, a 63-year-old sales professional and client of SuperSlow Zone® – Sarasota, Fla. said, “Because of SuperSlow Zone, this year was the first year I was able to walk without a limp and to wear small heels all day long; tennis shoes are now not necessary. Two years ago, I had surgery on my foot and had the muscle on the back of my leg lengthened. I lost most of the muscle tone in my leg, so I walked with a limp. I could hardly stand to wear any type of dress shoes unless they had a very low heel. I am a sales representative for a hospital equipment company, and part of my job is to attend trade shows. I dreaded going to these shows because I knew I would have to stand on my feet all day long. I would start off the day in cute two inch heels, and about noon I would put on low heels, and then when I would head for my hotel room for tennis shoes. My leg muscle is still smaller than the other, but it has come a long way with SuperSlow, and I am sure soon it will be better than before my surgery.”
Elaborating on Rex’s story, Pam Kirscher, co-owner SuperSlow Zone® Sarasota, Fla. and Certified SuperSlow® Instructor, said, “Today, many professionals are working longer and retiring later. People lose 50 percent of their strength between ages 40 to 80 unless they exercise. The SuperSlow® protocol helps these professionals be strong, healthy and vital so they are able to continue to be productive and feel good about themselves as the years pass.”
For more information about SuperSlow Zone® – Sarasota, Fla., please visit http://www.SSZtamiami.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, codified, 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, enabling them to achieve and maintain strong, healthy and attractive bodies. As the leader-in-the-field to create ‘the ideal clinical exercise environment’, the distraction-free, properly cooled and ventilated climate enables the client/patient and Certified SuperSlow® Instructor precision and focus in their to performance.
Additionally, clients may choose to benefit from 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.