February, 2017

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The Bread And Butter Of Weighted Hands Walking . . .

I love to eat.

And there is nothing better than a warm piece of bread with butter.

And it’s the same with the Weighted Hands level one pump.

This pump is probably the easiest weighted hands exercise a beginner can do.

Getting results with Waited Hands simply comes down to mathematics.

The more you move your Weighted Hands, the more energy it takes.

And what you do with your Weighted Hands is your choice.

You can go long

You can go fast

Or you can go heavy

It’s simple.

The more energy you use, the more calories you burn.

But the best part about Weighted Hands combined exercise is that it feels easier compared to two limb training like running or biking.

Plus, you don’t need a gym membership or any special place to go.

All you need are your Weighted Hands and the ability to walk out your front door.

As you get stronger, you’ll naturally start lifting your Weighted Hands higher, faster and longer.

So don’t forget about the the level one pump.

This movement is the best friend any Weighed Hander can have.

It’s like bread and butter.

For a no cost video demonstrating this move,

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New Weighted Hands Success Interview

Here’s a New Weighted Hands Success Interview

This guy’s got some great ideas on . . .

How To 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 HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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

* How to get more definition in your arms.

* How to get upper body exercises at the same time.

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 HeavyHands to help him do that.

To listen to the full audio interview,

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Look for the headline Modify Your Workout And Stay Athletic Your Entire Life

Michael Senoff

Is There A Place For Weighted Hands In Sports . . .

I’ve outlined a few benefits that Weighted Hands can offer armature and or pro athletes in a variety of sports.


* Increases grip strength
* Increase dexterity and coordination for ball handling and control
* Running backs and receivers can especially benefit
* Build strong cardio vascular systems
* Builds hand, wrist and arm strength
* Build more endurance for passing, running, blocking, defending and tackling
* Weighted Hands can be used for rehabilitation for injuries, including the arms and shoulders
* Low cost, low impact, portable for traveling.


* Weighted Hands can improves dexterity and coordination for ball handling.
* Increases range of motion for more forceful shooting
* May help with shooting accuracy from the three point and free throw line
* Increases endurance in the upper body for better ball control, dribbling skills and player defense
* Can help train to jump higher and more powerfully
* Low cost, low impact, portable for traveling.


* Working with Weighted hands can maximizes club grip strength
* Build rotational force and driving power to hit the ball further
* Helps for more stabilization with your golf shot
* Improve overall control or swing and ball shot accuracy
* May aid in the pain relief and rehabilitation of golfer’s elbow, tendonitis and rotator cuff problems
* Low cost, low impact, portable for traveling.

Rehab & RSI (Repetitive Strain Injuries)

* Working with Weighted hands can aid in pain relief of the hand, wrist, arm and shoulders
* Pain and injury prevention trough strength building endurance
* Rehabilitation of carpal tunnel pain with specific exercises
* Help loosen joints to relieve pain of arthritis, tendonitis and tennis elbow
* Slow, progressive resistance with no impact
* Can help you recover from extensive surgeries
* Help to avoid you having to undergo a surgery
* Low cost, low impact, portable for traveling.


* Develop grip strength
* Build a more powerful throwing and batting arm
* Increase swing range of motion
* Help rehab bad elbows from tendonitis of pitchers and outfielders.
* Increases coordination and dexterity
* Build better throwing accuracy and consistency.
* Low cost, low impact, portable for traveling.


* Builds dexterity
* Increase ball hitting speed and power in forehands, serves and backhands.
* Develop greater range of motion
* Develop more pin-point accuracy and ball placement
* Increase aerobic endurance and conditioning
* Helps strengthen muscles throughout the entire arms and legs
* Help prevent injuries by building more strength
* Rehab from injuries including tennis elbow and tendonitis with minimal impact
* Low cost, low impact, portable for traveling.

These are just a few ideas of how Weighted Hands can better your game.

If you know anyone who is serious about their sport, pass this email with this link along.

Out Power, Out Last, Out Grip Story . . .

This is baaaaaad aaaass

It’s a story about the results one ordinary man gained by including Heavyhands as part of his training routine.


Hi Michael,

Just dropping you a quick note.

I’m 40 and I train in martial arts 2x per week and you can guess, I’m the oldest.

I have been hanging with all the 20 year old kids fairly easy

(I was former Marine – so still in decent shape).

I want to share some of the results I’ve been getting with the Heavy Hands.

The Heavyhands is really changing my jiu-jitsu game.

First off, I’m getting multiple results from my 3-4 days per week of Heavy Hands.

First and foremost my strength and conditioning is now so far beyond others I train with and it’s amazing.

My arms and grip feel like they have endless energy and strength with lungs the size of beach balls!

I know this will sound sort of strange to some readers, but until you get into it and it hits you it probably won’t make a lick of sense!

I have two measurements that I have use to judge the effectiveness of the Heavyhands exercises.

They are BJJ/grappling and the riding a Schwinn Airdyne stationary bike.

I know the Airdyne one will have your readers scratching their heads but I will explain shortly after I discuss the most important for me, my grappling conditioning.

As anyone who has done BJJ or any type of hard grappling will tell you arm and forearm/grip fatigue is a killer when grappling.

Once your shoulders, arms, and especially your forearms get fatigued you can’t hand fight or grip anything.

Most people have heard that BJJ is not about strength, but technique and leverage, which is true, it is the base.

But let me assure you one must be strong and conditioned to go all out in a roll after roll after roll training.

If you can’t hand fight or get grips, you’re swimming with the sharks and bleeding like a stuck pig.

At my age of 40, I have to have something in my back pocket to keep me on the mat with all the 20 year old guys I train with, and that’s Heavyhands.

Over the past 2 weeks I have seen unreal improvements in my grip strength and endurance.

This past Tuesday I put in 3 hard 15-20 minute rolls, I am talking about 90-100% rolls and my arms never failed me.

Actually it seemed that the longer I went the stronger I got.

Maybe it was my grip and pressure was weakening my training partners much quicker than before.

I was locking up crushing Kimura locks easily along with being able to forcefully dig my way into deep collar holds for chokes.

I felt like the shark for once and felt like I was taking them out into the deep water where there was no escaping my strength and conditioning.

My wind?

Never caught a hard breath and breathed through my nose most of the rolls.

Heavyhands has been so dramatic that the wife has even started Heavy handing it and now I have to share my heavy hands with the her since she’s seen the physical appearance improvements.

Here’s the deal on the Airdyne.

On the mornings she is Heavyhanding it, I am riding the airdyne.

Here’s something interesting I’ve found.

I used to able to ride at between 48-53 rpm to get into my heart rate zone and the riding wasn’t physically hard at all.

Now, for me to get into in my HR zone I am having to pedal at 58-63 rpm to just stay in the zone.

For me, riding at this pace for 30-45 minutes becomes agonizing.

My legs and arms burn like crazy and I look down at my HR monitor and I am humming along at 133-135 bpm.

If things keep going like this I’ll be riding at my old sprint speeds just to get into my aerobic zone.

Here is all I am going to say about my appearance.

I am much more vascular than I have ever been, and let me tell you my arms are extremely vascular now.

I now have muscles being built that I never knew existed.

I am noticing a thickening around the inside of my elbow joints that I have never had before.

My BF is now at 12% and I have veins in my lower abs.

Here is the best thing of all, I am not “dieting” anymore.

The Heavy Hands are affecting my appetite just like you get from hard swimming.

I always became ravenous after swimming and no other activity produced that effect with me other than Heavy Hands.

It’s like I can’t get enough food now.

I used to get fat on 2100 calories per day and now I’d guess I am eating closer to 3000 give or take a few.

I can eat what I want now and eat until I am fully satisfied to nearly stuffed 3-4 times per day with no issues.

I’ll never have to diet again with Heavy Hands.

No more destroyed metabolism here!

PS. Us older guys can still be good, we just have to be patient and let our exercise programs do the work for us since we can’t roll hard 3-5x per week like the young guys.

Thanks again for the great info on a great system.

Jeffery Roark

Lofty Goals Lead To Lofty Efforts . . .

Yesterday, I was out with my two boys.

We were in the car, going to a huge neighborhood garage sale.

And I get this text from one of my new Weighted Hands clients.

Last month he ordered a set of my 5 lbs weights.

He wants to get that ripped look and this is what I read . . .


WTF is going on?

You didn’t tell me Weighted Hands works your core as well!

I’m still whittling off the flab but I can feel a solid brick in my core now.

Totally unexpected – even my Missus is surprised.

So awesome!

I did my second Weighted Hands workout today on Maui

Walked four miles from Kihei to Wailea including lots of hill work.

It took 95 minutes.


A Typical Weighted Hands Conversation . . .

We get calls from all kinds of long time Heavyhands users.

And here is a fun example they usually play out.


Michael, I just rediscovered Heavyhands after a suffering an injury from heavy dead lifting awhile back.

We had an old pair of my mothers in the back of her closet.

I am trying to get back in shape and recover.

I have lost about 25 pounds using Heavyhands, doing kettle bell swings, and dieting over the past two months.

I have been doing step ups with a 5 lb pair of Heavyhands on a punching bag I have lying on the floor.

I do it for 30 minutes at a time (kind of like running stairs).

I find it much more challenging than walking on a treadmill.

I have read Dr. Leonard Schwartz’s books and wish I would have been doing this type of workout years ago.

I just feel fantastic doing this type of panaerobic workout.

Your modern Weighted Hands set ups look great, probably much better than the older ones.

The question I have do you sell the new set in a package deal with several different sized weights?

I plan on continuing this type of workout and my handles are rather old and I would like to upgrade.

Thanks again for your assistance.



That is great news Jack.

I don’t really have a package deal because I sell the weights separate from the Ergo Handles.

My ergo handles are $129 for the set. Shipping is free.

I can custom fit your hand size. You just tell me your hand size, s,m,l,xl.

Like you said, it’s an investment in you and your future.

You will only need to pay me once for the life of the product.

I have given you the price for the 4 and 5 lb sets.

What additional weights are you thinking about getting?

Maybe I can offer you a bit of a discount.


I guess what I would like to do is order a set of your handles with the set of four of the 5 lb weights.

I have medium sized hands.

I will order additional weights from you when I am able to go heavier.

So would the total cost be $274.00 including shipping to Olathe Kansas and you accept PayPal?

If so send me the invoice and I will send the funds to your PayPal account this evening.

Thanks again.



Hi Michael,

Just sent you the payment to your PayPal account.

Thanks again for all your help.

I may order a set of lighter weights for my wife in a few weeks.

Will my old Heavyhands weights fit your Ergonomic Handles?

Great question

And one that we took into careful consideration BEFORE we redesigned the Weighted Hands grips and add on weights.

This is by far the most common questions asked by Heavyhands and Weighted hands enthusiast.

And the answer is YES.

Both the old Heavyhands and new Weighted Hands fit together like peanut butter and jelly.

All you have to do is twist either your existing Heavyhands weights to my new ergonomic grips.

Or twist my add on weights on to your old Heavyhands foam handles.

However, my ergonomic grip Back straps will NOT fit or replace your old broken Heavyhands back strap.

It may be time to upgrade.

Go to link below for details and free shipping on our totally new and redesigned Weighted Hands Grips.


Weighted Hands 2 1/2 lb. Starter Set Only $129.00 . . .

Weighted Hands IS The ultimate exercise . . .

Training with Weighted Hands turns your aerobic exercise into a total fitness program.

Weighted Hands is a system of high repetition movements that involve your heart, lungs and every muscle group simultaneously while your hands hold Weighted hands hand weights.

Our progressive training program uses additional weight to improve your physical fitness further.

Heavier weights easily twist onto the Weighted Hands handles.

Walk, jog, dance, bend and twist your way to better health, indoors or outdoors.

The Weighted Hands 2 1/2 lb. Starter Set included one set of custom fit ergonomic grips and a set of four 1/2 pounds twist on weights.

You can start workouts slow with just the grips weighing in at 1 1/2 each.

And then twist on the 1/2 weights in each end bringing each hand to 2 1/2 in each hand.

This starter set is specially priced for three days only.

Regularly $229.00

Now, $129.00 plus $12 Shipping.

Save $100

Documented fitness advantages include:

• 3-4 half hour workouts per week will superbly condition your cardiopulmonary system and over 90% of your body muscle.

• Burns calories and fat at enormous rates.

• Lowest injury rate per workload of any aerobic exercise.

• Uniquely trains abdominal and back muscles aerobically – ideal for flattening stomach or strengthening weak back muscles.

Reply back to this email if you’re ready to give this starter set a go.

Once I get your response, I will send out and invoice using PayPal, and I can ship the same day I receive your payment.

I will also need your hand size for the custom fit of the back strap.

Reply now while this offer remains.

Weighted Hands Starter Set Special Offer . . .

Here’s a great deal if you want to get started with Weighted Hands.

Weighted Hands Is The ultimate exercise!

Explore the adventure of exercising with Weighted Hands, and turn your aerobic exercise into a total fitness program.

Weighted Hands is a system of high repetitive movements that involve your heart, lungs and every muscle group simultaneously, with the help of hand weights.

Interchangeable weights are easy to increase as your program progresses.

Excellent for use with an exercycle for upper body workouts.

Walk, jog, dance, bend & twist your way to better health…indoors or outdoors.

The adventure goes on.

Documented fitness advantages include:

Burns calories and fat at enormous rates

Lowest injury rate per workload of any aerobic exercise.

Uniquely trains abdominal and back muscles aerobically; great for flattening stomach or strengthening weak back muscles.

Includes a set of 1,2 & 3 lbs Weight Plus Original Heavyhands handles.

Free Shipping in the US.

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The Best Shape of My Life

Here’s a great story about a Heavyhands user and how he says that now he’s in the best shape of his life.


It was with a good deal of interest that I found your website.

I have been using, probably since 1985 or earlier, in my best recollection, a set of AMF Heavyhands.

I bought it with the 5 lb. and 10 lb. weights.

I read a book on it written by Dr. Leonard Schwartz in 1983, and was impressed with the regimen.

Besides, he looked absolutely great for his age!

I tried a lot of exercise disciplines.

I first started out as the proverbial “98 Lb. weakling” that Charles Atlas originally described himself in comic book ads.

I sent off for his course, but I didn’t like it much.

I wanted more results.

I then did the Joe Weider course, and it did about as much for me as possible with my “ectomorph” frame when I was in high school.

I later tried “free” weights, and a variety of easier or cheaper ways of body building and exercise.

I finally bought a Nordic Tracker.

This was a great tool.

But personally, I liked jogging quite a bit, and when I found the book material on HeavyHands, well, I was hooked. It made so much sense.

I sold the Tracker and have never looked back, as the HeavyHands routine was not like work to me, but something that I enjoyed doing.

I have achieved results that have exceeded well above all of my other efforts combined in exercise, fitness, and wanting to look your best.

As I mentioned earlier about being in the best shape of my life, the body feature that received the most complimentary remarks, from nearly all women no less, was my flat “as a washboard” tummy, which I had at age 50.

For many years, regularly, I have used this utensil in exercising, in which I have increased my cardiac benefit of at least 300% over regular walking.

My peak in using this regimen came when I reached 50 years old.

I “ran” two-three times a week, with the ten pound weights, plus additional ten pounds strapped to my legs.

This gave me a 20 pound benefit when I ran for 20 minutes over a 1.6 mile course that I had mapped out for many years.

That year, when I was fifty years old, I was 5’9′+ height, weighed 161 pounds, had a 31 inch waist, and a suit jacket size of 44 inch shoulders.

Yeah, I looked like a little football player without the pads.

I was in the best shape of my life.

Since then, I have had a good deal many injuries from my former mode of employment, and of course, have gotten older.

I can only “walk” or kind of “power walk” nowadays, at a pace stride (30 inches) which is still not too bad.

I can no longer wear the leg weights.

I also have trouble carrying the ten pound weights, as it is painful for my forearms anymore.

I put on the five pound weights, but they feel as though they are nothing.

I am 62 years old, but in still fairly good shape.

My waist is about 32 inches yet, but my shoulders may not be as substantial.

The biggest difference is muscle tone; you just lose it more as you get older.

My goal is to not worry about muscle buildup anymore, but flexibility and muscle tone.

I am looking for seven or eight pound weights, that would fit my old AMF’s?

I think, that with a seven pound or plus, I could find a happy medium and get a maximum benefit from my old AMF heavyhands.

Thanks for any help that you can give me.

I owe folks like Dr. Scwartz and you, a debt of gratitude, for discovering this physical fitness facet and now making it available to more folks than ever.

I am very pleased to have found your site.

Kind regards

Joe S.”