As a personal Trainer West LA, I focus on SuperSlow. SuperSlow is like if you really push yourself, you will not be able to maintain maximum intensity for long. We realize that people have a difficult time getting past 5 to 7 high-intensity SuperSlow exercises if they are giving a lot of effort. And that usually takes approximately 20 minutes. If we tried to incorporate too many exercises on a workout, our clients will be expected to reduce their effort level on each exercise, and therefore would diminish the effect of the exercise stimulus and the results that they are capable of. So, optimal exercises are intense and relatively quick.
For best results, your body has to be provided an opportunity to recover fully and also get stronger between workouts. And the processes of recuperation to get stronger both take time. Amazingly, it is easy to hinder your results in case you workout too often. If you perform an efficient workout, and then try to work out again before your body has completely recovered and become stronger, you push your body back in the start of the recuperation cycle, and limit the changes the body can make. It’s better to allow enough time in between exercises to allow your body to fully recover and get stronger from the previous workout before attempting to motivate it again with another workout. We discover that most of our clients’ progress most effective when working out twice per week (once every 72 to 96 hours).
In other words, performing two 20-minute SuperSlow workouts per week works more effectively than performing 4 hours of SuperSlow seven days a week. (Two 20-minute SuperSlow workouts each week can also be more effective than doing 4 hours of some other approach of power training 7 days a week.) Another good analogy to further drive home this point is suntanning. Suntanning is just like weight training in that both involve physical stress that the body must adapt to. With suntanning, it is possible to get a better tan in July than in January, because the UV rays of the sun are usually more intense in July than they are usually in January. However, you also need to make sure not to get too much July sunlight, because overexposure can cause sunburn. The best suntan is produced with an intense and relatively brief stress. Best results from exercise likewise require a powerful and relatively brief stress. The Perfect Workout creates optimal benefits with two intense 20-minute sessions per week.
One extremely important facet of SuperSlow is that it is safer than any other activity people use for exercise. SuperSlow is usually a high-intensity, low-force approach of exercise. SuperSlow repetitions involve moving the resistance as slowly as it can be with no stopping. Moving so slowly minimizes the volume of force imposed on your body, thereby creating exercise safer. In fact, SuperSlow was originally developed over a study at the University of Florida which looked at the effects of power training on elderly women with osteoporosis. One reason SuperSlow was developed for the women of that research is simply because it’s a safer approach to exercise. People of various age groups can benefit with less worry about damaging their joints.
I could claim that SuperSlow is extremely effective as a personal trainer West LA. Due to its incredible time efficiency and demonstrably superior results, SuperSlow has recently received lots of attention among the media. SuperSlow continues to be the subject of articles or interviews in The San Diego Union Tribune, The La Jolla Village News, The La Jolla Light, Newsweek, Vogue, GQ, The New York Times, The Today Show (NBC), National Public Radio (NPR), Shape Magazine, Muscle and Fitness Magazine, Business Week, Woman’s World a lot of other magazines, newspapers, TV programs, and radio programs.
Getting in good shape through the help of West LA personal trainer not only improves your body but also your health also. The rewards which a person could get from personal trainer in Los Angeles are endless.