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The good news is that at any age you can get stronger with the proper strength-training program. Our slow-lifting method has been proven to be more effective at improving strength than traditional strength training. Studios have shown that participants using the slow-lifting method had a 50% greater increase in strength in 12 weeks over regular resistance training. In other words, you can get stronger in a shorter amount of time with our program. And it only take 20 minutes a week.
The method we use is the result of an osteoporosis research study. The researchers were working to find the safest way possible for post-menopausal women with osteoporosis to exercise. By slowing the speed of movement the force of exercise was reduced to the point of being safe enough for anyone—including your 90-year-old grandmother.
The women in the osteoporosis study produced an increase in strength that was 30% greater than anything seen in any previous studies. Since then, there have been two studies comparing our slow method to traditional strength training. In both studies, the slow lifting method produced a 50% greater increase in strength in 12 weeks than traditional strength training.