October, 2018

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Weighted Hands The Jay Jah Interview . . .

Jay Jah has one goal in life right now.

And that’s to see his abs for the first time before he turns 42.

And he’s well on his way.

He stopped the crash dieting and says he’s finally getting serious about his fitness.

And in this audio interview, you’ll hear how he plans to make Weighted Hands the part of his routine to make things happen fast.

Jay just received his Weighted Hands so you can listen in while I reveal the best way for Jay to get started.

You’ll hear my fast start plan for rapid calorie burn and muscle toning so Jay can gain the look he’s always wanted.

The title of this interview is called . . .

Are Weighted Hands Really The Fastest Way To Meet Your Fitness Goals This Year?

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.

Pump the link below to play the interview.


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New Weighted Hands Success Story

This email just in moments ago from one of my users with a new Weighted Hands Success Story.


I am a retired RN with ICU/CCU experience, a smoking history (but no more), no drugs, no alcohol.

Highly allergic or sensitive to every antihypertensive medication they have prescribed to lower my blood pressure.

I started out at 145/104, which no doctor wanted to prescribe more than a brisk daily walk as tolerated.

I have no history of heart attack, circulatory problems, or stroke or similar events.

Ironically, this was a support for a downward spiral into sedentary living.

I received my Weighted Hands on the 27th of August.

On the 29th, after a day of wearing them, taking them on and off, trying out their feel, and so forth, I put myself to the test.

I found that I was in such pitiful shape that I became winded after about 20 minutes, with only the end caps on (for a total of 1.5 lbs per hand!

I knew I was in for a bit of an initial struggle, and that I needed to take it slowly, so for the next 3 days, I confined myself to 15 minutes of Walk’n’Pump Level I, but multiple sessions (3/day).

This gradually improved with each session, so that by the 3rd day I could tolerate an uninterrupted hour long session.

I repeated this for the next two days, to build up my stamina, altering Levels to II.

I found that I could tolerate about 45 minutes at Level II fairly well.

I was reaching my target HR for longer periods.

All this time (from day one), I was also going for unweighted walks up to a mile, again to loosen up my legs and spine from all that sedentary living.

I decided to increase the weight to the AMF 2 pound weights (giving me 2.5 lbs in each hand).

Again, this challenged my stamina, but I was making gains and making them faster than I thought.

I have remained at this weight level since and am working up to surpassing a mile and a half sustained.

My weight is dropping off, my core is toning up, my range of motion is becoming more fluid, my respiration is deeper, I’m feeling good and my stamina is way beyond my starting point.

I look forward to my morning challenge, and find that it fuels more energy throughout my day.

I greatly prefer your handles to what I remember of the original ones; the back straps are snug but comforting, not restrictive and stiff.

It was a stroke of genius for you to design them ergonomically, and I am grateful.

I will be ordering 3 pound weights, and sweatbands soon, as soon as I get my next pension check!

Now, thanks to my ND (Naturopathic Physician) and to Weighted Hands, my pressure is averaging about 126/86, and my resting pulse is 61 beats per minute, down from 72 bpm.

Thanks again for bringing Heavy Hands back!

I couldn’t be happier!

Don Love