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He’s Lost 40 Pounds In The Last Seven Weeks.

His Mom Had a Set of HeavyHands… And Why He Had to Have A Set Too . . .

Adam grew up with HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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.

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Why This Former Triathlon Winner Chooses The HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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.

HeavyHands lets you do that. And in this audio, you’ll hear Katharine’s whole HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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.

And in this audio, you’ll hear exactly how she’s doing it.

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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.Football

* 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 over to me.


You’ll FEEL and LOOK stronger.

Results YOU can actually SEE in a mirror.

Results you can measure with a tape.

There’s no need to undress, no need for strenuous exercise, no need for expensive gym visits.

Now build the body you’ve always wanted in just minutes per day in the PRIVACY OF YOUR OWN HOME.

Weighted Hands can start you on the way to a magnificent lean body.

Yes, just thirty minutes a day for 14 days prepares your body for the massive change in your appearance about to take place.

PS. Try Weighted Hands for six weeks if you don’t see results we’ll give you your money back – GUARANTEED!

Financing options available –

Call/Text now 858-692-9461

Michael Senoff

Founder and CEO

Try Weighted Hands for six weeks if you don’t see results we’ll give you your money back – GUARANTEED!

Financing options available –

Call/Text now 858-692-9461

Michael Senoff

A Case Against Walking . . .

Medical voices from Lancet to the Mayo Clinic and more all claiming that walking is the “Superfood of Exercise”.

And research backs up the claims and more:

* Walking actually reduces the rate of Diabetes.

* Men and women who walk have dramatically lower risks of certain types of Cancer.

* Walking has shown to reduce the cell deterioration in the brain for people who are
genetically at high risk of Alzheimer’s.

* Walking promotes Heart Health and Weight Loss

* Walking requires No Equipment

Walking IS great, if you can walk FAST ENOUGH and LONG ENOUGH to achieve your goals!

According to Princeton University the average person walks about 3 miles per hour. That’s equivalent to a 20 minute mile

If you’re 150 pounds and want to burn off 100 calories, it means you’ll have to walk about 30 minutes.

To burn a pound of fat (3,500 calories) by walking 3miles per hour, you’d have to walk 36 miles !

What if there were a way to TRIPLE the calories you burn walking without ever having to walk faster?

You can!

It’s as simple as walking with WEIGHTED HANDS and moving your arms as you walk!

Walking with WEIGHTED HANDS can not only TRIPLE the calories you burn while walking, it can also provide amazing health benefits that walking alone will never do:

1. Burns FAT, not MUSCLE. Your unused muscles can be “cannibalized” to provide energy if they aren’t being used during exercise! Activate your upper body using WEIGHTED HANDS and you’ll LOSE FAT, AND GAIN MUSCLE.

2. Builds BONE DENSITY. Only weight bearing exercise like WEIGHTED HANDS can keep your bones from turning to jelly.

3. Builds UPPER BODY STRENGTH. Walking alone totally ignores your upper body musculature. Weighted hands can prevent upper body DETERIORATION!

4. Builds WHOLE BODY ENDURANCE. Your normal stroll won’t build up endurance. The same walk done with WEIGHTED HANDS will!

Let’s summarize… they way you’re walking right now,

* There’s little or no cardiovascular benefit

* There’s no real weight loss benefit

* There’s little muscular benefit

* There’s little bone density benefit

Walking with WEIGHTED HANDS will SUPERCHARGE the benefits you receive from walking and make your walking sessions the exercise superfood you wanted them to be in the first place!

A simple change… learning how to WALK  with WEIGHTED HANDS …

* Burn more calories in less time.

* Builds upper body muscles

* Protect your cardiovascular system

* Protect your bones

Walking with WEIGHTED HANDS will get you the RESULTS you want by walking and  you’ll be able to feel and see the difference in as little as 14 days!

Want more proof? If you know what you’re doing (and you’ve built yourself up to it!) when you’re walking with WEIGHTED HANDS, it’s actually possible to burn over 500 calories in 30 minutes – 1,000 calories per hour!

The genius behind this discovery is none other than Leonard Schwartz, M.D.,  the creator of “HeavyHands” who tested everyone of his exercise theories at the University of Pittsburgh’s human performance labs.

Once a fat, two packs a day smoker, he chose to exercise rather than die.  Running was a fad then and he took it up with gusto… only to be sidelined by a hamstring injury.

Unable to run … he scrambled for a suitable replacement exercise knowing that walking alone WOULD NOT WORK!
His research soon uncovered that any exercise that utilizes ALL FOUR LIMBS could turn his relatively unimpressive walks in the park into powerful workouts that produced even more strength and endurance gains than running alone!

It’s all because he learned how to walk with WEIGHTED HANDS!

Now it’s your turn! Don’t settle for walking alone when you can achieve the health benefits you really want using WEIGHTED HANDS!

Princeton: http://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Walking.html

The Case Against Dumbbells . . .

Did you know the term “Dumbbell” didn’t originally refer to a handheld weight?

Instead it referred to a real life “bell” like the ones that would ring day and night from a church or public building. People would install them in their homes for the exercise value of tugging on the rope!

The only difference was that these bells didn’t ring. They were mute or “dumb”… hence the term “dumbbell”!

It just goes to show that just when you think you know everything worth knowing about something, you may end up having to rethink what you thought you “knew for sure”!

That’s not only true about the “name” of the dumbbell. It’s also true when it comes to thinking that those “dumbbells” you’re using down at the gym are the tool you need to blast blubber or get that “ripped” and muscular look you’re working out to achieve.

…in fact, it’s quite likely those dumbbells you’re lifting may not be doing the work you need – and never can!

Why’s that?


To look “ripped” you must not only build muscle, you must burn calories!

You must obliterate the layers of subcutaneous fat that will hide whatever muscle you do build like a “cloaking device”.

Burning those calories takes sheer work. And the dumbbells you’re using and the way you’re using them aren’t capable of getting the work done that you need to do!

It’s just math really.

Let’s say you’re trying to build up some lean and mean arms and shoulders.

Hey, who isn’t?

So you do three sets of 10 curls with 20 lb. dumbbells.

You rest a few minutes between each set and before moving to the next exercise… Overhead presses for three sets of 10 as well.

Then you do three sets of 10 upright rows with the same dumbbells.

How much work have you really done?

By the time you’ve done the set and rested for one minute you’ve got about 2.5 to 3 minutes invested per set.

By the time you’re done you’ve worked 25 to 30 minutes total and still haven’t worked the rest of your body.

We still really haven’t gotten to how much work you’ve really done.

When it comes to “work”, let’s figure that when you move your dumbbell from the resting position at your thighs to the overhead position you’ve moved the weights a total of 42 inches.

(You’re doing the exercises separately but we’ll combine them when calculating the work output!)

When you’re doing the upright rows, you’re moving the weight 25 inches total.

Now we’ll calculate your total “work output” by multiplying the distance, by the weight, by the number of repetitions. OK?

Curls and Presses totaled – 42 inches x 40 lbs. x 30 = 50,400 “units”

Upright rows totaled – 25 inches x 40 lbs x 30 = 30,000 “units”

The totals “units” of work output for the three combined exercises, then, are 80,400 units in 25-30 minutes.

Respectable? Or not so much?

What if you could learn how to….

  • Increase the work output by 500%,
  • CUT your training time by more than HALF (or 10Xs your work output in the time previously used ineffectively!)
  • Burn massive calories and EXPOSE those “hidden” muscles
  • Exercise your whole body, AND
  • Give you the endurance of a long distance runner without ever breaking into a jog!

You CAN achieve all these benefits faster than you think by forgetting the dumbbells, changing your thinking, and learning to walk with WEIGHTED HANDS!

It’s true. The very same experiment has been done repeatedly while being tested by physicians and university trained observers!

Best of all you will turn your whole body into a FAT BURNING, OXYGEN PROCESSING MACHINE that in the words of Dr. Leonard Schwartz who pioneered this type of training allowed him to “eat like a young horse” while boasting a ripped, lean physique at age 70+  that turned the heads of men and women far younger than him!

If you’re not reading this while seated, sit down because your head is about to explode!

If you thought you were getting a “good workout” for your arms, you could be doing FAR BETTER, working out FAR LESS, and actually achieving the results you’re seeking by walking with WEIGHTED HANDS.

If you had simply walked with our ergonomically designed 10lb. WEIGHTED HANDS, for 25 minutes, you’d have performed over 1 million work units with your arms alone, not to mention the work done by your legs!

That’s over ten times the work units your 20 lb. dumbbell workout gave you.

While lifting dumbbells the old-fashioned way isn’t a great calorie burner, walking with WEIGHTED HANDS will burn far more calories than lifting dumbbells or even running alone.

How much, you ask?

First, that depends on your bodyweight because you’ll be moving your whole body.

But based on our example, someone weighing 125 lbs, walking with WEIGHTED HANDS and lifting 10lbs 42 inches would burn an amazing calorie load! How much?

If our 125 pound person ran for 25 minutes at the speed of 5 miles per hour, he’d burn 189 calories… and do virtually nothing for his arms and shoulders in the process.

But walk with those 10 lb. WEIGHTED HANDS for 25 minutes as described above and he’ll not only get a powerful arm and shoulder workout along with solid leg exercise, he’ll also burn 300 calories, almost DOUBLE without even breaking into a jog!

And, of course, if you weigh more, you’re burning more calories! Using the example above, a 200 pound person would be burning 960 calories in only 50 minutes!

Why does this burn calories so well? It’s been known for decades that athletes who use the most oxygen when they compete (and therefore burn the most calories) are the ones who use both their arms and legs at the same time like cross-country skiers.

When you walk with WEIGHTED HANDS, you harness this knowledge for your own bodybuilding advantage!

As your arms become conditioned, you’ll find that it becomes easier and easier to burn the calories you want to stay “ripped” because working your arms and legs together “feels” easier than working exercises that only isolate a small muscle group.

With WEIGHTED HANDS it becomes possible to build muscle, burn fat, and take care of your heart in one “package”!

Because of the amazing CALORIE BURN that comes with WEIGHTED HANDS instead of dumbbells you’d be well on your way to actually GETTING that ripped physique and those muscular arms (and whole body in fact) most gym rats CRAVE while taking care of your cardiovascular health at the same time!

Who knew it could be so easy?

Waited Hands should never be confused with dumbbells. One look at our ergonomic design clearly sets Weighted Hands apart from such conventional weights. Our textured no-slip grip and the soft form fitting back-straps will provide you with maximum comfort over an extended period. They’ll fit snugly onto your hands. They don’t have to be gripped so there is no chafing, no straining, no cramps, and no constriction.