How to Use WeightedHands 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.
Press play on the audio interview below to hear the full story.