Reduce Blood Pressure Through Weight Training

Between 1994 and 2005. hypertension rates increased by 77 percent according to the Canadian Medical Association. With these rates still on the rise, it’s clear that current preventative measures and medical treatments simply aren’t cutting it. 


Currently fitness and medical experts believe that cardio respiratory endurance activities are the only non-medical fitness methods that reduce hypertension. This exciting new book shows us all that there is a better way. Through the proper weight training regimen, it is possible to lower blood pressure by fifty points or more
Filled with invaluable information and techniques on how to take control of your cardiovascular health, this revolutionary book is a must for any reader concerned with hypertension. 

This book will put weight training in its rightful place in the dialogue on physical fitness and health.

3 Replies to “Reduce Blood Pressure Through Weight Training”

  1. Practical and useful information I think I may know about ten people personally who suffer from high blood pressure. It has become increasingly high in this country and I think that it as an important topic to discuss. That’s why I was so eager to get my hands on this book so that I may be able to pass it on to help others. I don’t want to give away much but what I can say is that this book is full of useful information such as definitions and guidelines that can help so many people. It truly is a wonderful informational…

  2. I’ve always been a fitness fanatic and knew exercise had a profound positive impact on your health, however, the author took time to explain the how’s and why’s. The author takes much time and care in explaining, complete with diagrams, what happens to our organs and body when blood pressure is high. I enjoyed this informative bit of the book as we all know we need to exercise, but seeing what happens when the body isn’t functioning properly is all that more incentive to stay active. The…

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