• 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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  • Should you pay for your employee’s health?

    Should you pay for your employee’s health?

    I read an article that talks about whether or not employers should pay for their employees to work out. My feeling is that anything a business can do to promote good health saves money. Let’s face it, health costs are a big issue these days. When you invest in your employees by funding an exercise program and encouraging a healthy eating lifestyle, you’ll

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  • Got 20 minutes a week to be healthy?

    Got 20 minutes a week to be healthy?

    I wanted to share this WebMD article with everyone, about the fitness expert who certified me. Slow-motion weight training is not only safer, but more efficient too. I believe in, and train with the concept that less is more. All anyone needs to be stronger than they ever could imagine is 20 minutes once a week.

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