• Are some grains healthier than others?

    Are some grains healthier than others?

    As a fitness professional, I’m always looking for articles that I can share regarding healthy diets because I believe it’s important to understand what we put in our bodies. Like most of you, I love the idea of having a balanced meal that is both tasty and nutritious. This Men’s Health article talks about grains that are

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  • Study: Strength Training Is Important As We Age

    Study: Strength Training Is Important As We Age

    Here’s a fascinating look at our aging process. When we add weightlifting to our weekly fitness routine, we can make significant gains in muscle mass and strength as well as improve our mobility, mental sharpness and metabolic health. The experiments used in this study show significant reversals in bone density loss, and appear to help stop

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  • Exercising too hard may actually be dangerous

    Exercising too hard may actually be dangerous

    I’m all for cardio as part of an overall exercise program; it’s great for your heart in moderation. But, as pointed out in this recent Men’s Health story, it is possible to overdo a good thing. Why is it so important to not go overboard? If you work out intensely and often, there’s a chance

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  • Why change from a normal gym to SuperSlow

    Why change from a normal gym to SuperSlow

    SuperSlow is the new method of doing strength-specific exercise that’s quick, thorough, safe and effective. You will spend less time in a SuperSlow studio than any other training facility, yet you’ll accomplish more than you could imagine. SuperSlow is great for people who are worried about injuries; this training method is extremely safe and still very

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  • Welcome Corrie Blissit, our new trainer

    Welcome Corrie Blissit, our new trainer

    I’m super-excited to announce two things: first, our fantastic trainer of many years, Carly Swartzman, is changing careers, pursuing her dream of helping the L.A. community as a Registered Nurse. Carly’s been studying nursing while working at SuperSlow, and she’s finally ready to change uniforms! Because of this, we were searching for an amazing SuperSlow

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  • VoyageLA interview: Benjamin Fisher of SuperSlow LA

    VoyageLA interview: Benjamin Fisher of SuperSlow LA

    Original article featured in VoyageLA I recently had the opportunity to by interviewed by Los Angeles-based media company VoyageLA.  SuperSlowLA was founded 19 years ago by my wife, Susan Taylor after recognizing a critical need for a SuperSlow location in West LA.  At the time, Susan was commuting to Calabasas once a week to reap

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