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“Biggest Loser” Contestant Rob Kidney’s  Secret For Keeping Weight Off After The Show

Every contestant on “The Biggest Loser” eventually has to go home. And unfortunately, real life doesn’t have cameras following every weigh-in, trainers with 600-calorie-burning workouts, or a kitchen full of leafy greens. They have to maintain the weight loss themselves, and Rob Kidney (a contestant on the 2016 show) quickly realized stabilizing and adjusting to life outside the show’s campus was going to be half the battle. But it’s a battle he’s winning. And in this audio, you’ll hear how he’s doing it using Heavy Hands.

Rob first discovered Heavy hands back in 1982. He says he loves the versatility of the weights and how easy they are to grip and work out with. But the best part for him is that they allow you to work out your whole body at once, so you burn a lot more calories than regular exercise alone, and in less time.

That’s why when experts told Rob he would have to work out nine hours a week in order to maintain his weight loss, he immediately thought of Heavy hands as a way to reduce that. And in this audio, you’ll hear his amazing story of being on The Biggest Loser, how he’s taken what he’s learned home with him, and how he maintains his weight with the help of Heavy Hands.

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·      Secret techniques Rob uses with Heavy Hands to burn more calories fast: he does two different workouts with the weights – here’s what you need to know to keep up

·      A quick-start guide to maintaining weight loss realistically, and tips from Rob for finding a routine that will work for you

·      The real difference between Heavy Hands and dumbbells: They only had regular weights on the Biggest Loser campus and Rob says he couldn’t wait to get his Hands on his Heavy Hands again

·      A “behind-the-scenes” look at the show: Believe it or not, no one cooks for you and you have to fight for space in the kitchen – and other stories about what life was like on the Biggest Loser campus

·      All about Rob’s scary diagnosis with cancer, what foods he says are the body’s enemy, and the one best way to eat to keep cancer away

·      A shocking confession: Rob says a lot of people working for the show didn’t want him on it for medical reasons – here’s how he landed a spot and what his health is like today

·      Simple tips for making the most of your next treadmill routine: turn it into an intense workout whenever you want just by adding Heavy Hands

·      Rob’s clear and straight-forward advice for anyone just starting out on Heavy Hands

Rob says the trick to maintaining weight loss is in finding a fitness and diet routine that will work for you for the long run. In other words, you’ve got to have realistic expectations and a workout you love so you’ll stick with it. And Rob says Heavy Hands does it for him because it allows him to safely turn the notch up on any workout so he saves time in the gym. And in this audio, you’ll hear exactly how he’s maintaining his weight with them, and how you can do it too.

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 
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How To Lose Maximum Weight In Minimum Time Walking With Weighed Hands

 

Jerry bought Heavy Hands® when he was in high school in the late 1980s but never really did anything with them. Like most people, he got an office job, and life just started taking over. Fast-forward to now – Jerry realized he weighed 260 lbs with sciatic nerve pain so bad he couldn’t walk.

He knew he needed a change. So he bought a gym membership and a yoga ball, but because the gym was 20 miles away, he never used it. And the yoga ball doesn’t do much if crunches are your only exercise.

He remembered about his Heavy Hands®, and was thrilled to find out they were still being manufactured and updated as Weighted Hands. He bought some ergonomic grips for his old set and has never looked back.

Now, he carries the weights around with him in his car, and says he fits in a workout every day because of it. He’s slowly increasing his weights and the time he spends walking with them – and is doing it all pain-free.

He hasn’t stepped on a scale yet, but judging by the reaction he’s getting from others, he knows it’s going to be a huge number when he does. And in this audio, you’ll hear exactly how he’s doing it.

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* A step-by-step look at how Jerry took himself from out-of-shape and with so much sciatic nerve pain he couldn’t walk – to pain-free and pumping weights

* The secret behind Weighted Hands that makes it work so well – (it’s a time multiplier). Because you’re using four limbs instead of two, you get twice the workout in half the time by using the principles of panaerobics. Here’s what that means and how to make it work for you

* The unexpected benefits of the new ergonomic grips – they not only fit like a glove but they also make overhead exercises easier

* The one diet trick Jerry says is the biggest reason he no longer snacks or eats fast food as much – and he only has to do it once a week

* An “insider’s” look at the exercise routine Jerry uses now and how having a gym in his car has made all the difference

The best part is – Jerry isn’t on a fad diet. He’s making real lifestyle changes he’s going to be able to keep up. He knew he wasn’t going to the gym. He knew he was leading a sedentary lifestyle.

But now, with the help of Weighted Hands, he’s well on his way to a better second part of life and a healthier him. And in this audio, you’ll hear how he did it and how you can do it too. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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How To Use Heavy Hands To Maintain Strength And Definition During An Injury

 

King is a 60-year-old grandfather who’s been into fitness pretty much his whole life. He bought Heavy Hands about 12 years ago when he read about them in a book, but never really did much with them until he injured his shoulder and could no longer work out with his regular routine.

He started walking with two-lb Heavy Hand weights and was surprised by the workout he got. He gradually began increasing the weights and distance, and says not only did he maintain his strength during his recovery, but he also began seeing definition in his shoulders he never saw before. He hasn’t looked back. And in this audio, you’ll hear his story about how he uses Heavy Hands to safely recover from an injury while maintaining his strength and muscle definition and why he says he’ll continue using them as part of his fitness routine when he’s done.

You’ll Also Hear…

*  The real difference between Heavy Hands, kettlebells, and dumbbells and when to use each for maximum strength and definition

*  King’s simple advice for anyone starting out and feeling self-conscious about walking while pumping weights: Don’t care how things look to others. “It’s not about them. It’s about you.” And more advice from this lifelong fitness enthusiast

*  A little-known fact: You can build a ripped body using 5-lb weights. Here are two famous bodybuilders to look up to find out more

*  An insider’s peek at what King’s workout looked like before Heavy Hands and what it looks like now as he’s quickly recovering from his injury

*  After seeing the benefits of Heavy Hands, King says he’ll be incorporating them into his workout from now on because “Why not make it easy on yourself?”

And in this audio, you’ll hear the benefits Heavy Hands can give you during the recovery process and beyond, and just how easy it is to get there.

 

 

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One Of The Scariest (And Least Talked About) Health Issues Facing Seniors And How Heavy Hands Helps You Prevent It

 

After a group of neighborhood kids beat Dan White up when he was about 11, he decided he was going to become a bodybuilder like Charles Atlas.

But as an adult with a job and a life, he didn’t have as much time to go to the gym.  Fortunately, he discovered Heavy Hands was a great way to maintain his strength and muscularity in between more strenuous workouts.

Now, at almost 80 years old, he’s still using Heavy Hands, mostly to keep his muscles strong and his balance maintained, which he says is one of the biggest health issues facing seniors today.

On average, a person over 60 falls down twice a year.  And when that happens, there’s a good chance they’ll need to go to a nursing home to recover. Unfortunately, many of those people never return home to their regular lives.

Keeping your muscles strong is key to maintaining your balance and quality of life. And in this audio, you’ll hear how Dan does it using Heavy Hands as a part of his everyday workout routine in just a couple 10-minute sessions a day.

And how you can do it too.

You’ll Also Hear . . .

* An insider’s look at the exact routine Dan does in one-to-three 10-minute sessions a day – in front of the TV or outside when the weather’s nice – to maintain balance, strength, and endurance

* Debunking the myth that you should find a spot on the wall when you exercise to help you keep your balance, and the real place you should be looking

* Exactly what you need to know about preventing falls and maintaining balance, and how that changes as you age

* A little-known fact: Correct posture is vital as you get older. Here’s a look at why that is and how to maintain it

* The simple 10-minute exercise Dan does first thing every morning because he says it’s “the best antidote for arthritis he’s ever come across”

The human body can maintain muscle mass well into its 80s or 90s, which is key to keeping your strength and preventing falls. But you have to work at it.

The good news is, those workouts can be easy 10-minute sessions that you can do anywhere. 

And in this audio, you’ll hear how Dan does it using Heavy Hands and how you can do it too.

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461
 

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"I Lost 50 LBS in 7 Months Walking With Heavy Hands And Paying No Attention To The Food I Was Eating"

Gary Matthews used to jog and do aerobics, not only as a way to keep weight off but also for the feel-good endorphins those exercises gave him. Then he hurt his back, and he began the quest to find a back-friendly exercise he could do that would give him the same benefits of running. But he could never find that “runner’s high” he was looking for, and he was gaining weight.

He saw Heavy Hands and decided to give it a try. He says he was skeptical at first, but once he got going, his heart pumped faster, he began breathing heavily, and all of the sudden, he was feeling that runner’s high again. He has never looked back. The first seven months using Heavy Hands, he lost 50 lbs. And now, at almost 68, Gary doesn’t take meds, his blood work is great, and his blood pressure is on the low end of normal. And in this audio, you’ll hear how he’s doing it, and how you can do it too.

You’ll Also Hear…

* The easy “try it before you buy it” way Gary tested out Heavy Hands using objects you probably have around your house too

* The single biggest way Heavy Hands helps you keep endurance and strength, which are the two areas Gary says have a tendency to atrophy as muscles shrink and lung capacity gets lessened

* The one simple challenge Gary likes to give his weightlifting friends when they laugh at him for working out with five-pound weights – within five minutes, those bodybuilders are reduced to powder using Gary’s three-pound weights alone

* A quick, no-brainer method for knowing if you’re pushing yourself enough during an exercise routine to get continued benefits, without going overboard and being unsafe

* An insider’s look at Gary’s Heavy Hands routine along with tips and tricks he’s learned along the way

* Exploding the myth that walking with weights doesn’t really do much – and the truth: it’s all in the way you work out with them. Here’s how to do it right

* A little story that demonstrates why it’s so important to gradually work your way up to higher weights: there is potential for injury if you jump weight levels too fast
 

Gary is an author and publisher, and says he always wanted to write a book about the benefits of Heavy Hands but was reluctant to do so because he didn’t have anywhere to direct people to the product once he raved about it. He was thrilled to see the weights were now being manufactured and updated as Weighted Hands. And in this audio, you’ll hear his amazing story, and how you can have it too.

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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Was Heavy Hands Really A Hollywood Secret 25 Years Ago?

 

In the early 1990s, when Mira worked as a hair stylist for The Price is Right and The Young and the Restless, she moved into a new apartment building and met the gorgeous wife of a famous art director who told her about Heavy Hands. Mira had spent most of her life on a diet, struggling with weight issues and just trying to be normal, so she wasn’t expecting much from Heavy Hands.

Her new friend handed her a set of one-lb weights, and they went for a walk. Mira has never looked back. And in this audio, you’ll hear her amazing story (a journey she estimates is about 35,000 miles on one set alone), and what she’s doing today.

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·      The shocking changes Mira noticed on Heavy Hands – can you really say good-bye to underarm flab?

·      The no-brainer way Heavy Hands is just hands-down better than dumbbells when it comes to walking and exercising with weights, and how Mira uses them to propel her workout

·      The exact routine Mira was doing at her peak – and the shocking age she was when she reached it

·      What Mira is like today, and why she still doesn’t go for a walk without her Heavy Hands

Mira says the best part about Heavy Hands is she can take them anywhere. She doesn’t need an expensive gym or a class to stay in shape. And in this audio, you’ll hear how this “Hollywood secret” has helped her stay fit for the last 25 years. And how you can make it work for you too.

 

 

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An Inside Look At The Inventor Of Heavy Hands, His Favorite Exercises, And How Heavy Hands Has Changed The Way We Age

 

Neil struck up a friendship with Dr. Schwartz many years ago after reading how the doctor used Heavy Hands to decrease his pulse rate from 60 to 38 and his body fat from 14% to 4%. 

Neil had only heard of elite athletes with numbers like that (not some guy in his 50s), so he contacted the doctor to find out more. That was the beginning of a lifelong friendship that would change the way Neil viewed aging. 

Dr. Schwartz didn’t believe that the musculoskeletal system needed to decline as we age. He believed that working all four limbs at the same time, instead of just two, would allow feedback loops from the heart to the muscles to form and strengthen, preventing sudden overloads on the heart while also preventing muscular declines in strength and movement. 

And in this audio, you’ll get an inside look at the inventor of the Heavy Hands® workout, Dr. Schwartz, from one of his friends, along with tips on the best exercises to do with the weights and how Dr. Schwartz intended they be used to improve life, throughout your life.

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* Why Dr. Schwartz called swimmers and cyclists “gravity cheaters” – and how to use the resistance of gravity as a way to make workouts even more beneficial

* Why Dr. Schwartz didn’t believe you needed to lift heavy weights to improve health and strength – and a quick look at how he came up with his Heavy Hands® fitness concept

* Why Dr. Schwartz didn’t believe you needed to lift heavy weights to improve health and strength – and a quick look at how he came up with his Heavy Hands® fitness concept

* Debunking the hero myth that you need to “push through the pain” when exercising – what your body is really telling you and what to do instead

* The real problem with “repetitive exercises’ and how simple changes to your Heavy Hands® workout can result in a whole new fitness routine – with changes in speed, cadence, angle, direction, and weight

* What Dr. Schwartz considered to be one of the most important concepts to learn about fitness: “long-strength training.” What that means and how to make it a part of your routine

* A step-by-step look at how to do one of the single most difficult movements of Heavy Hands®, and why you may want to give it a try

* How long it usually takes to build a virtual “fat-burning furnace” so you’re controlling your weight with energy, strength, and stamina (without really trying)

As a hypnosis practitioner, Neil works with clients to improve their health and well being, and he says he recommends the Heavy Hands® workout to all his clients because it’s so versatile.

It doesn’t matter if you’re already an elite athlete or a couch potato, no matter where you are in life, there’s a place for you to start and get immediate benefits from the workout.

Even in his 80s, Dr. Schwartz was able to do things most people in their 30s would be happy to be doing. And in this interview, you’ll hear all about him.

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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Why This Former Triathlon Winner Chooses The Heavy Hands Workout To Stay In Shape

 

Katharine takes an intense yoga class with her daughter and other 20-somethings. At 58, she’s not only able to keep up, she’s stronger than they are. She credits her Heavy Hands® workout for this athletic ability, but to be honest, Katharine was always an athlete, having competed in 18 triathlons over the course of her life.

But that also means, she knows a good workout. And she says Heavy Hands® is an essential part of hers because it’s like many different workouts in one, and versatility is key when it comes to taking your body to the next level.

Coaches and trainers know that the human body is made to adapt to exercise, which is why a workout will get easier over time if you don’t change things up. Heavy Hands® lets you do that. And in this audio, you’ll hear Katharine’s whole Heavy Hands® routine, and how she changes it up to keep herself in shape.

You’ll Also Hear…

    * The three exercises Katharine would do if she were starting off today – and exactly how she would do them

* An insider’s look at this athlete’s intense Heavy Hands® 45-minute program – including her power sets at the end

* The reason Katharine calls them “Happy Hands”

* The clear and straightforward advice Katharine has for newbies – she says it’s probably going to seem like it’s not enough, but if you follow the program, you’ll be in peak condition – without the stress and strain of most workouts

* A step-by-step look at how Katharine modifies her workouts so she’s always changing up her routine and keeping her body in shape

* The fastest known way to keep the batwings away: here’s how Katharine does it while also keeping herself stronger than those 20-somethings in her yoga class

* The clear and straightforward advice Katharine has for newbies – she says it’s probably going to seem like it’s not enough, but if you follow the program, you’ll be in peak condition – without the stress and strain of most workouts

    Katharine first heard of Heavy Hands® after a friend of hers lost weight and toned up in an unusually fast amount of time. He looked so different – everyone had to know how he’d done it.

   That was seven years ago, and Heavy Hands® has been a part of her routine ever since. She says it not only helps her with weight control, but it also helps her feel great – while keeping her mentally sharp too.

 

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The Hidden Benefits Of Using Four Limbs Instead Of Two

 

With a family history of heart disease, Mike Fleblanch began looking for a better cardiovascular exercise in 1982. That’s’ when he discovered Dr. Schwartz’s Heavy Hands®, and has never looked back. He began running with the specially designed weights, and says the fitness routine works so well because it uses all four limbs instead of just two, if you do it right.

His pulse rate and blood pressure dropped, and so did his weight. At 67, he’s still able to stay fit while keeping weight off. And in this audio, you’ll hear his story along with a look at his workout.

You’ll Also Hear…

* The only two improvements the new Weighted Hands have over the older version (Dr. Schwartz used the best 80s technology available, but the newer grips and handles are extra comfortable and tailor made – but don’t worry, they still fit the older weights)

* The one best way a new HeavyHander should start out, and the one absolutely wrong way to do it that you’ll want to avoid

* A surprising fact: the slower you go (when walking and pumping to a level three) the harder it is -- here’s why going slower could be a better workout  

* The one move you can add to a regular Heavy Hands® walking workout that accelerates pulse and energy output – while challenging those hard-to-reach quad muscles too

Mike says the trick is to make sure you’re pumping the weights, and not just carrying them. That way, you’re getting a full cardiovascular workout that uses all four limbs.

And in this audio, you’ll hear the benefits of doing that, some tips for making sure you do it correctly, and why Heavy Hands® has been a big part of Mike’s fitness routine – for more than 20 years. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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His Mom Had a Set of Heavy Hands-Here's Why He Had to Have One Too

 

Adam grew up with Heavy Hands® because his mom had a set of them, so he saw firsthand how they can help with weight loss and fitness. And while Adam’s only been using his set for the last couple of weeks, he says the weight’s been coming off like butter.

He walks an 8-mile route, all while lifting the weights above his head, boxing with them, and pumping them. When his friend reminded him that he’d “better be doing curls.”

Adam’s reply was, “I’m doing about 2,100 of them.” And all while he’s walking. He’s lost 40 pounds in the last seven weeks. And in this audio, you’ll hear the fitness routine he used to get there.

You’ll Also Hear…

* Why Adam wants to get a set of heavier weights so he can cut down on his walking -- why that might not be such a good idea, and some tips for intensifying and changing up his workout so he gets the added benefits he’s looking for

* The real reason a calorie burning calculator isn’t an accurate way to measure the intensity and resistance of your Heavy Hands® workout

* The surprising areas you’ll see the weight come off first (and lean muscle appear in its place) – and how to target those areas so you see it even faster

Adam says his weight was all in his chest and gut – but because he’s using all four limbs during his walks, pumping and curling, and mixing it up – he’s already seeing a tremendous difference. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about it. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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How to Use Weighted Hands As Your Go-To Workout After Injury Or Even Arthritis

This Man’s Been Doing Heavy Hands For More Than 25 Years

 

Terry started doing Heavy Hands back in 1978 when he developed arthritis in his two big toe joints and couldn’t run anymore. He was frustrated because no other workout was helping him keep the weight off like cross-country running. Then he saw Dr. Schwartz’s book at the store and thought he’d give it a shot.

He immediately noticed muscle definition in his legs and arms similar to what he had when he was running, and he hasn’t looked back. And in this audio, you’ll hear how easy it is to incorporate Heavy Hands into your fitness routine even after injury or arthritis, and what it’s like to do the Heavy Hand workout for more than 25 years.

 You’ll Also Hear…

 * Exactly what Terry noticed when he quit doing Weighted Hands during the winter months because of the cold – and what he does now to keep Weighted Hands a part of his year-round routine

* A quick look at Terry’s modified workouts: how he incorporates Weighted Hands into his running now along with other exercises he does too

* Exactly how long you need to work out before you see results

* Clear and straightforward advice for anyone starting out

Terry says the increased calorie burn of the Weighted Hands workout has been the only thing remotely similar to the results he got running long distances – but without the strain on his feet or the drive to the gym. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about it. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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Are Weighted Hands Really the Fastest Way to Meet Your Fitness Goals This Year?

 

Jay has one goal in life right now – to see his abs before he turns 42 in January. And he’s well on his way. He stopped crash dieting and says he’s finally getting serious about his fitness.

And in this quick audio, you’ll hear how he plans to make Weighted Hands a big part of that routine. He just received his weights so we go over some good starting exercises and a plan to up his calorie burn and muscle density, so he can have the look he’s always wanted.

 You’ll Also Hear…

* The surprising truth about walking on a treadmill (Is it really that different from walking outside?)

* Exactly how to make a simple one-mile loop around your neighborhood into a calorie-burning, muscle-building routine

* The link between arm exercises, energy, and calories burned

* The biggest difference between Weighted Hands and dumbbells (Before he got his Weighted Hands, Jay says he worked out for only 45 minutes with regular dumbbells – here’s why he’ll never do that again)

* The best “first exercises” to try so you start off easy, but not too easy

Jay’s like most people. He’d rather exercise a little more instead of be the guy at the table who has to order the salad while everyone else gets to gulp down juicy burgers. And in this audio, you’ll hear how he’s started using Weighted Hands to do that, so he’s turning his regular walks into calorie-burning workouts.

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com  To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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The Difference Between Heavy Hands And Kettle Bells (And When To Use Each)

 

Thor is a personal trainer who first discovered Heavy Hands® in the early 2000s. He says there’s a huge difference between Heavy Hands® and kettle bells, but it basically comes down to knowing your fitness goals.

If your goal is to increase muscle mass while spending less time in the weight room, Thor says kettle bells are the way to go. But if you’re a runner looking to increase speed, strength, and endurance, he recommends Heavy Hands®.

And in this audio, you’ll hear all about the difference between the two – and the workouts that’ll help you meet your goals the quickest.

 You’ll Also Hear…

* A look at how Thor uses Heavy Hands® in his daily workout sessions to have more energy and feel better

* A quick guide to the weights and repetitions for a Heavy Hands® workout along with how to swing them right in order to get their maximum benefits.

* The truth about kettle bells and injuries (Thor says you really have to be careful), but he’s never known anyone to get injured with Heavy Hands®

* What Thor has noticed about the new rubber handles vs. the old foam ones

Thor says he wishes he’d have found Heavy Hands® 20 years sooner because they’re a great way to tone up while building endurance and strength at the same time. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about it.

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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Modify Your Workout And Stay Athletic Your Entire Life

 

Bob used to be an all-around athlete. He did triathlons, was an avid skier, played tennis and golf. Then, he blew his knee out.

Fortunately, Bob has been working out with Heavy Hands® since the 1980s. When he was younger, he says he used them to help him reach his peak athletic shape.

And now that he’s older with knee problems, he uses them to get a full-body workout while he’s walking – without pounding his knee or his back. And in this audio, you’ll hear how Heavy Hands® can be a part of your workout throughout your life too – no matter what stage of the game you’re currently in.

 You’ll Also Hear…

* A quick guide to how much the weights and handles weigh and how to run the calculations – so you always know how much you’re carrying

* The one workout Bob says has given him the most definition for his arms – it’s also good for cardio and a great way to lose weight too

* Why Bob says the new handles can help you get more of a workout in

Getting older doesn’t mean you have to be out of shape. It just means you have to look for ways to modify your workout after injuries or arthritis. And in this audio, you’ll hear how Bob uses Heavy Hands® to help him do that. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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How To Turn A Simple Walk Around The Block Into A Full-Body Workout
 

When Ed’s doctor told him to walk at least three miles a day, Ed thought, “Well, what about my arms?” In a normal walk, your arms aren’t really doing much, and to Ed that seemed like a real waste.

So he looked around and discovered Heavy Hands®. He says, when he started incorporating them into his walks in October, he weighed about 265. By January, he was down to 238. And in this quick audio, you’ll hear how he’s doing it.

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* The strange thing Ed notices if he puts his walks off now that’s he’s gotten into a routine with Heavy Hands®

* How many pounds Ed works out with and the specific exercises he adds to his walks using the weights

* Clear and straight-forward advice for anyone starting out

Ed says, like with anything else in life, using Heavy Hands® gets easier the more you do it. And it won’t be long before your full-body workout won’t seem like much of a workout at all. You’ll hear all about it in this audio. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com

 

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This 62-Year-Old’s Heart Rate Was So Good The Doctors Thought There Was Something Wrong

 

Frank has been working out using Heavy Hands® since the 1980s when he saw Dr. Schwartz on a local newscast demonstrating his weights. The newscast included a phone number for the doctor, so Frank decided to give him a call.

He’s never looked back, and it’s paid off. On a recent visit to his doctor’s office, doctors were alarmed by how low his heart rate was – 42 beats a minute, unusually good for a man his age. After running extensive tests, they determined his low heart rate was from years of the type of aerobic exercises he was doing.

And in this quick audio, you’ll hear Frank’s amazing story, exactly what happened when he called Dr. Schwartz, and the kinds of exercises Frank used to get his low heart rate and stay fit using Heavy Hands®.

 You’ll Also Hear…

* A look at Frank’s exercise routine – and how he changes up his Heavy Hands® workout for the worst of weather

* A weird (but effective) way Frank uses a trampoline along with his Heavy Hands® to modify a running workout after arthritis and a partial knee replacement

* The real problem with exercises like walking on a treadmill or doing a stationary bike – and how adding Heavy Hands® could remedy this

Frank says the most important thing to remember when you’re working out is to listen to your body, pace yourself, and have fun.

He’s been doing that for more than 30 years with Heavy Hands®, and in this audio, you’ll hear how it’s paid off for him. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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Tips For Getting Your Workout Done In About Half The Time

 

Michael has been working with Heavy Hands® for about 10 years now. He says the best part for him is that he can combine his weight workout with his aerobic one – and get both workouts done in about 35-40 minutes. He says it’s also easy to change things up and keep everything interesting, which is a great way to keep lean and tone.

And in this quick audio, you’ll hear how Michael does it.

 You’ll Also Hear…

* The biggest difference between Heavy Hands® and other weights – Michael says he never worries about dropping a weight when he relaxes his grip with Heavy Hands®, here’s why

* The physics behind the workout – and why you may not have to go heavy to get the same benefits

* A quick tip for preventing shoulder strain during your workouts

Michael says Heavy Hands® helps him meet his fitness goals in about half the time, and now at 58, he’s using them to help him lose weight too. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about it. 

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

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Heavyweight Walking From Hercules

 

Bodybuilder Steve Reeves Forged the Way for a Generation of Strongman Stars and aerobic walking enthusiast.

Throughout his life, Steve Reeves—who died May 1 at age 74 in Escondido, Calif., of complications from lymphoma—demonstrated a fierce devotion to his craft, such as it was.

Steve was best known for playing Hercules in Italian-made, poorly dubbed sword-and-sandal epics in the 1950s, he inspired such latter-day action stars as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Kevin Sorbo.

"Steve will go down in history as the most handsome and one of the greatest bodybuilders ever," says fitness guru and longtime friend Jack LaLanne, 85.

Raised in Oakland, Reeves began lifting weights at 16. The 6'1", 215-lb. muscleman was named Mr. America in 1947, Mr. World and Mr. Universe in '48 and Mr. Universe again in '50.

He made nearly 20 films over the next two decades, reportedly becoming one of the highest-paid actors in Europe.

Reeves retired in 1969 at age 43, moving with wife Aline (who died in 1989) to a ranch near Escondido, where he raised and rode Morgan horses.

Until the end, Reeves remained obsessively fit. "It was very common to see him 45 miles from home on a bicycle," says neighbor Bruce Given.

Steve was also the inventor of Power Walking and introduced the world into walking with Hand Weights. His book, Power Walking was published the same years of the best seller Heavy Hands®, The Ultimate Exercise.

Controversy exist as to who was first in developing aerobic hand weight walking. Steve claims that he was first, before Schwartz and he claimed to have the proof.

Listen to this interview with Bob, a close friend of Steve share his stories.

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Why This 70-Year-Old Former Marine Says You’ll Get Ripped With Heavy Hands


Zane Hanna is an inspiration. He’s an ex-marine, body builder, and fireman who’s still going strong at 70 years old. When Zane was in the military, he used to manage gyms, so he’s done a lot of training and has helped a lot of guys train.

Zane still remembers when he stumbled onto Heavy Hands® in the 1970s. He was looking for a way to build his upper body that wasn’t swimming, and he’s never looked back.

Even now he won’t miss his Heavy Hands® workout for much. He says it’s a nice blend of resistance and aerobic exercise with the side benefit that you’ll get ripped if you do it right.

And in this audio, you’ll hear his inspiring story, along with the workout he does in just one hour that’s helped to keep him in peak shape throughout his life.

                                                You’ll Also Learn...

* A little-known fact: Faster isn’t a better workout and neither is adding more weight. There’s one thing that matters most – “Time under tension” – here’s what that means, and how to incorporate it into your routine

* Everything you need to know about Zane’s one-hour workout: he sets his timer for 30 minutes (so he knows when to turn around and head home), then makes every step count with these core exercises

* The details about how Zane coped with his Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis (caused by Agent Orange exposure in Vietnam), the simple changes he made to his routine that helped him manage the disease – and how he’s done it all without ever having to take insulin

* Exactly why you should never make “losing weight” your exercise goal, what you should be going for instead, and the right way to make that your focus

* The demystifying truth about lactic acid burn and why Zane says you won’t ever get it with Heavy Hands®

* The one movement Zane sees people with Heavy Hands® doing wrong and how to make sure you do it right

* A quick “insider’s look” at making up your own Heavy Hands exercises – and some ideas around what Zane does

Zane is an inspiration and in this audio, you’ll hear all about him, along with his Heavy Hands® routine that helped get him there, allowing him to stay in peak shape his entire life.

For more details on Heavy Hands and pricing, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461
 

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Finally, A Way Paraplegics Can Work Out At Home To Stay Healthy And Independent

Four years ago, Shane was in a car accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down. He spent about six weeks in physical therapy at a specialized gym where they strapped and taped weights to his hands and helped him in and out of the various equipment. Then they sent him home.

Shane says so many paraplegics give up at this point. They can’t really go to a regular gym and there’s not a lot of exercises they can do at home to keep their shoulders and muscles in shape. So they start allowing others to do more and more things for them, end up losing what muscle ability they did have because they don’t work out, and it spirals down from there. They become completely dependent.

But fortunately for Shane, his mother brought out her old set of Heavy Hands from the closet. These weights have been around since the 1970s, and because of their unique design, Shane is able to shove his hand through the grip and work out, despite not having mobility in his fingers.

No taping or strapping involved. It’s amazing the wide range of exercises he can do with them. They keep his shoulders and forearms strong, making everyday activities like using his wheelchair and transferring from it much easier. He says it’s the best he’s felt since before his accident. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about his amazing story and how he uses Heayhands to make it happen.

You’ll Also Hear…

·      The real difference between Heavy Hands and regular weights – and why Shane says if paraplegics tried to use regular weights, they’d get hurt

·      The scary “use-or-lose” reason it’s so important for paraplegics to keep muscles and mobility going as much as possible

·      The number one injury paraplegics sustain all the time just from using their wheelchairs and transferring themselves – but how Shane says Heavy Hands prevents that from happening

·      The amazing goals Shane has for his life and why he’s sure Heavy Hands will help him get there

·      A quick look at spinal cord injuries – how they happen, what the different numbering means, and why no two paraplegics are alike

·      An insider’s peek at what Heavy Hands looks like today (still manufactured and updated, now as Weighted Hands) and the many upgrades that have been made

Shane doesn’t know of any other workout equipment that’s this easy for paraplegics to put on and off. He can even move his wheelchair around with them on.

And, he can change the weights out himself for a heavier more challenging workout. He’s so excited he’s found a way to lift weights independently at home that he can’t wait to share it with others in the paraplegic community. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about it.

For more details on Heavy Hands, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

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Can Heavy Hands Really Help You Get Into World-Class Shape?

 

Robert isn’t a professional athlete. He’s a 55-year-old computer programmer from Little Rock who works out to keep weight off. But the last time he went to his doctor, they measured his resting heart rate at 30 beats per minute.

Shocked and worried, they sent him straight away to a cardiologist because they were sure he needed a pacemaker.

Heart rates like that only happen for two reasons: because the person is a well-trained, dedicated athlete like Olympic champions Usain Bolt (33 bpm) and Mo Farah (33 bpm), or because they’re experiencing a heart problem.

As it turned out, Robert was just in amazing athletic shape. And when you hear his story, you’ll understand why. His routines include things like walking an hour and 45 minutes pumping 15-lb Heavy Hands weights.

And in this audio, you’ll hear how this average Joe got himself into world-class cardiovascular shape and how he used Heavy Hands to help him get there.

You’ll Also Hear...

*  An insider’s look at how to easily incorporate Heavy Hands into almost any workout – the rowing machine, the stationary bike, walking – to instantly up a fitness level

*  The secret to reaching 15-lb weights – don’t try to do it until you hear how to do it safely

*  Can Heavy Hands help you pick up chicks? Robert says he’s always surprised by the attention he gets from women when he’s out with his weights – here’s what he’s noticed

*  The one easy-to-incorporate food Robert calls “the miracle food” and why he won’t live without it

*  A shocking confession: Robert eats fast food and drinks soda, and still stays in shape – here’s how he does it, including a look at his typical meals every day

* The unusual (and almost unheard-of) way Robert uses a rowing machine and hand weights to get rid of back problems

* The two biggest tips Robert has for anyone just starting out with Heavy Hands

*  Key strategies for changing up a Heavy Hands walking routine when you want “the huff and puff”

Robert first found Heavy Hands when he was searching for an aerobic exercise he could do after his knee surgery, and he’s never looked back. He says it’s helped him develop his upper body while giving him strength and endurance.

And in this audio, you’ll hear how he’s doing it. And how you can do it too to take your fitness routine to any level you’re ready for.

For more details on Heavy Hands, go to www.WeightedHands.com To order your custom Heavy Hands Call or Text Mike 858-692-9461

 

 

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