Menopausal Health

Stop bone & Muscle loss

The most significant aging event for women is menopause. Menopause causes various hormonal changes. In particular, a decline in estrogen causes an increase in body fat, a decrease in muscle mass, strength and bone mineral density (BMD). These changes put menopausal women at a higher risk for developing osteoporosis and other musculoskeletal disorders.

Studies suggest that engaging in strength training programs has been shown to be very effective in negating the above negative effects of menopause..

A once a week, 30-minute session at SUPERSLOWLA is the answer. Here, whole body maximum health and fitness become totally doable, and absolutely achievable.

Decrease Body Fat

Menopause brings pivotal changes, notably through declining estrogen, affecting body composition and bone strength. Building muscle strength helps to rev up your metabolism and improve your body’s ability to burn fat, even when you are at rest. Resistance training during pre/post menopause not only enhances physical strength but also significantly reduces the risk of osteoporosis, safeguarding long-term health and mobility.

Build Muscle Mass

As estrogen levels drop, the risk of muscle and bone density loss escalates, leading to increased vulnerability to musculoskeletal disorders. Adopting a routine focused on strength training is crucial to support muscle health during menopause. This approach helps maintain muscle mass, improves blood circulation and helps alleviate other bothersome symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes, sleep disturbances and mood swings.

Increase Bone Density

Hormonal shifts during menopause affect your bone health as well. Integrating strength training into your lifestyle acts as a vital intervention, reversing or halting these adverse effects. During weight-bearing activity, your muscles and tendons apply tension to the bones, which promotes more bone tissue growth. Such physical activity preserves bone mineral density and muscle mass which reduces the risk of osteopenia, osteoporosis, and fractures.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What's the secret to SUPERSLOWLA?

It's simple: if you force your body to move very slowly with resistance until you are completely exhausted, you can achieve fast muscle growth and core strength without wasting hours in a conventional gym!
Benjamin Fisher
SuperSlow LA