Dec 17, 2012

in praise of slow

What is In Praise of Slow about?----

Super Slow is a form of resistance training popularized by Ken Hutchins.

How To Do Super Slow Training....So how could you incorporate super slow training into your fitness program? Here’s one of my favorite workout circuits, which incorporates cardio, explosive lifting, regular tempo lifting, and super slow training. Go through the entire circuit with minimal rest, and try to do 2-6 rounds, depending on your level of fitness.

  1. Warm-up for 5-10 minutes

  2. Do 5 explosive dumbbell swings per side

  3. Do 10 super-slow pushups (5-10 count down and 5-10 count up)

  4. Do 20 mountain climbers

  5. Do 30 seconds of jump rope or jumping jacks

  6. Do 5-10 pull-ups or pull-downs

  7. Do 60 seconds of bicycling, treadmill, or elliptical trainer




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