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Some of the clinical studies behind the science of SuperSlow LA:

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Hurley, B., Hagberg, J., Goldberg, A., et al. (1988). “Resistance training can reduce coronary risk factors without altering VO2 max or percent body fat,” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 20: 150-154

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Menkes, A., Mazel, S., Redmond, R., et al. (1993). “Strength training increases regional bone mineral density and bone remodeling in middle-aged and older men,” Journal of Applied Physiology, 74: 2478-2484

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