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

Neil struck up a friendship with Dr. Schwartz many years ago after reading how the doctor used HeavyHands 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 HeavyHands 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.

You’ll Also Hear…

* 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 Heavyhands 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 Heavyhands 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 Heavyhands 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 Heavyhands, 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 HeavyHands 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..

To listen to the interview click the play button below.

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