About SuperSlow Zone.
SuperSlow Zone is a unique wellness, health and exercise franchise with core services that includes personal strength training, healthy eating, and weight loss systems. Positioned as a professional premier personal wellness service, clients achieve maximum results in minimum time. SuperSlow Zone’s competitive advantage is grounded in committed and professional staff and global franchise owners, years of research and continuous improvements driven by their clients. Accredited by the prestigious International Association For Continuing Education and Training [IACET.org], it also accredits the American Physical Therapy Association, National Institute of Health, Centers for Disease Control and, Duke University Medical Center, GE Healthcare, etc. SSZ achieved and maintains this accreditation to ensure the highest standards of operations, service and care for its clients.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER & CEO
Madeline Ross is the Founder and CEO of SuperSlow Zone, a unique wellness, health and exercise franchise which includes personal strength training, healthy eating, and weight loss systems. SSZ has been featured in Time, New York Times, Vogue, NBC, CNN, and others. Madeline is an author, speaker, and accomplished female CEO, formerly of Gylanix Institute where she designed business systems that are now implemented in SSZ franchises worldwide. Through the Institute of Director [IOD], London, England, she worked with companies throughout Europe. As Marketing Manager of Borland International, they grew to $10 million in gross revenues company within 10 months.
Madeline is an author of the book Shift Happens!, which was a best seller in the direct marketing, entrepreneurship, and communications categories. It has been featured in USA Today, News Week, and the Wall Street Journal. As a member of Toastmasters International, she competes weekly, and also at the district level, in public speaking. As a board trustee member of Florida Executive Woman, they support women’s education and success. Her community service includes Harbor House of Central Florida, Women and Girls Cancer Alliance, and Shepard’s Hope.