Why Choose Exercise Solution for your strength training?
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Feedback Dynamic Exercise (slow movement): Why move slow? … because it is both safer and more effective. Slower movement reduces acceleration which keeps your joints safer and the reduction of acceleration keeps more constant tension on the muscles (a good thing). By moving very slowly you can work extremely hard without sacrificing safety no matter what age or fitness level you are at. Now getting people to focus on moving slowly all the time isn’t an easy task. But all this has changed since the pacer software was added to the exercise machines. This entails computer software which sets the pace (speed) of movement to follow on the computer display screen. Staying at the constant slower speed (staying on pace) will aid in learning the exercise faster and produce maximum results quicker. The pacer software actually provides a compliance numeric score, for each exercise, which tells you how much of the time, while moving the weights, that you were staying on pace with the pacer. The higher the score means the better the form and more importantly the better the strength increasing results.
Feedback Static Contraction Exercise (non movement): This is an updated way to do static contraction (isometric) exercises. The use of feedback while doing the static exercises has brought this type of exercise to the highest level of results. No more guessing … you see your muscular force being generated right there in real time on the screen. The screen displays an X Y graph with X being the time you’re performing the exercise and Y being the force your muscles are producing. The client traces, in real time, a red line upwards (about 5 to 10 seconds) from zero force to the target force number being used and then try to stay there (hold the straight horizontal line) as long as they can. Total time from start to finish is 90 seconds. Static exercise is the simplest exercise to learn and it is by far the safest exercise since there isn’t any movement around the joints. Whenever a client has any inflamed joint issue static exercise (non movement) can be used where movement exercise would cause more harm to the joint. We acknowledge that we are - by our nature - achievement oriented and exercise is by no means exempt from that. Feedback static exercise aids the ability of the client and the instructor to not only perform static exercise with precision, but to also complement our ability to make incremental progression over time, to effectively test the treatment of injuries and debilities below pain thresholds, and to promote higher levels of proficiency of any given exercise.
Feedback Dynamic Exercise (slow movement) VIDEO
Feedback Static Contraction Exercise (non movement) Video
Portable (P.U.S.H.) STATIC CONTRACTION EXERCISE (NON MOVEMENT) VIDEO
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• Jill KinneyWhen I think of all the hours per week I used to spend trying to stay in shape, it seems like such a waste of time. Do the math -- two hours strength training per week plus 45 minutes of aerobics three to four times a week -- that's five hours a week. I am stronger now than I have ever been in just 17 minutes a week. I still do some aerobics, but the big difference is that I'm doing aerobics I enjoy like playing tennis, gardening, and walking the dog. My tennis game, especially my serve, have improved a great deal. Another thing I really appreciate about John is that he has been able to adapt some of the exercises so as not to aggravate my tendonitis. Though he pushes me hard to do my best, he's always been very careful not to make an injury worse. I can't imagine going back to the old workout!
• Brad BartonThe reason I started Super Slow with you was because I wanted to be in shape and hopefully lose some weight in the process. As I got in to the program I realized that it would also help cure some of my common ailments such as my bad back while also helping me with my favorite pastime golf. What initially got me interested was the fact that it was one workout for 30 minutes once a week. I had tried the fitness clubs and had not found that I had any consistency or achieved any better fitness from them. Over the time that I have been in the program I have lost about 10 pounds to about 195 which is in my range for a person 6'3". I have also changed some of the other weight from fat to muscle and generally feel stronger and in good shape, especially for somebody 61. I have also improved my golf game where it is now equal to friends of mine who are 15 to 20 years younger. Although the workouts are hard it is only once a week and I can see results which makes the effort, time and expense worthwhile.
• Kent ReillyJust a quick note of thanks for all you've done for me over the last three years. As you remember at that time my primary goal was to find a training plan that would accommodate my weekly business trips. It has certainly proved to be true that "thirty minutes a week" is enough to improve my overall health, feel good about doing something for my aging body, and still get to the airport on time! I've also shared with you, but want to reiterate, how nice it was to go snowboarding with my teenage son -- for the first time -- and not only have the strength to perform, but the strength to NOT ache all over the next day. I know that without SuperSlow I would have been a wreck! One last point... I don't work out to 'meet people' or socialize, so for me the closed, one-on-one training allows me to exercise without worrying what 'that person on the next treadmill' is thinking. I like the discipline and focus required with SuperSlow.
• Julia HurleyAs a working Mom I found I was not getting to the gym and to exercise classes on a regular basis and when I did go I did not feel I was getting the benefits I was looking for. I tried SuperSlow under John Tatore’s instruction 3 1/2 years ago. What I love best about my weekly appointment with John at Exercise Solution is the fact that I don't have to keep track of weights or reps. John takes care of the fitness program and I spend all my time and energy on doing the exercises slow and with good form. I love the fact that I have gotten toned and feel that I am doing it in a safe method where I don't risk pulled muscles or injuries. I really appreciate being able to exercise then change and go right to the office. Weekly SuperSlow exercise has become part of my routine and I look forward to going to my appointments each week. I also have found I have better strength and endurance while doing other activities with my family like skiing, tennis, golf and water sports. SuperSlow is the perfect exercise for a busy person like myself with work and family commitments who want to maintain strength and muscle tone.