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The Hand Held Fitness Tool
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Muscle Strength fitness exerciser for hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, chest, and back plus cardio workout Athletes fitness sport exerciser for upper body strength and cardio workouts
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Some Of The Many HeartFlex Exercises and Stretches


To view 35 HeartFlex exercises click HERE!

Our innovative HeartFlex unleashes the time proven benefits of
swimming exercise - without the water -
by combining easy "consistent resistance" and "multiple repetitions"



Wrist, Hand, Forearm Exercise

   Hold HeartFlex horizontally in front of you. Grasp the handles with your palms facing down. While keeping the HeartFlex straight, rotate or roll your hands around the axis of the HeartFlex in opposite directions.
Wrist, Hand,
Forearm Exercise
Wrist, Hand, Forearm Exercise / Diagonal

   Hold HeartFlex diagonally in front of you with your palms facing in and your thumbs pointing up; similar to holding a broom. While keeping the HeartFlex straight, rotate or roll your hands around the axis of the HeartFlex in opposite directions. around the axis of the HeartFlex.
Wrist, Hand, Forearm
Exercise / Diagonal
Wrist - Supination / Pronation Exercise

   Hold the HeartFlex handles vertically with the flexible loop forming an upside down "U". Keep your hands evenly apart and alternate tilting both hands (at the same time) to the left and then to the right.

Targets: supinating and pronating muscles of the wrists and forearms; builds axial wrist strength.
Wrist - Supination /
Pronation Exercise
Wrist - Abduction / Aduction Exercise

   Hold the HeartFlex handles vertically with the flexible loop forming an upside down "U". Keep your hands evenly apart and alternate tilting both hands (at opposite times) forward and backward towards your torso (in a cocking motion).

Targets: abduction and aduction muscles of the wrists and forearms.
Wrist - Abduction /
Aduction Exercise
Arms, Chest, and Back Exercise

   Hold the HeartFlex handles vertically with the flexible loop forming an upside down "U". Pump your hands up and down keeping them close together while not rubbing your knuckles. You will know you are doing this movement properly when you feel yourself working against a "rolling loop." You will be utilizing the entire resistance assembly.

Targets: Approximately 70% of your upper body muscles and is similar to a "chin up" without working against your body weight. This exercise is perhaps the best all around HeartFlex exercise and is ideal for adding upper body exercises and chest exercises to lower body workouts such as walking, jogging, treadmills, and stationary bikes.

Additional Benefits: Lymphatic circulation is particularly increased as the pectoral muscles flex.
Arms, Chest,
and Back Exercise
Over Head Exercise Targets Arms and Shoulders

   Begin this exercise as described in the previous movement and then rotate your hands and arms until you are performing this exercise movement horizontally above your head. For proper form keep your elbows shoulder width apart.

Targets: Biceps, triceps, deltoids, rhomboids, and trapezius muscle. This is a great exercise for all "overhead sports".
Over Head Exercise
Targets Arms and Shoulders
Arms, Triceps, Trapezius / Behind Head

   Begin this exercise as described in the previous movement and then rotate your hands and arms until you are performing this movement vertically behind your head. For proper form keep your elbows shoulder width apart. This is an excellent exercise for all "overhead sports".

Targets: Biceps, triceps, deltoid, rhomboid, and trapezius muscles. Keeping the elbows shoulder width apart maximizes triceps isolation and stretching.
Arms, Triceps, Trapezius /
Behind Head
Hand, Wrist, Forearm, Biceps, Triceps, Chest Exercise

   Hold the HeartFlex horizontally in front of you with your palms facing up. Keep the HeartFlex straight and your elbows at your sides. Alternate arms by bending one elbow and raising your hand to your shoulder as you straighten the other elbow lowering your other hand towards your hip. Add wrist exercise by curling your wrist towards you on the upswing and extending your wrist on the downswing.
Hand, Wrist, Forearm, Biceps, Triceps, Chest Exercise
Hand, Wrist, Forearm, Bicep, Tricep, Chest Exercise /
One Side


   Hold the HeartFlex diagonally in front of you with your palms facing in and your thumbs pointing up. Keep your lower hand against your hip on that hand's side of your body. Keep the HeartFlex straight and bend, then extend the elbow of the arm whose palm is up. When you bend your elbow rotate your hand around the axis of the HeartFlex towards your chest; as you extend your elbow rotate your hand around the axis of the HeartFlex away from you.
Hand, Wrist, Forearm,
Bicep, Tricep, Chest Exercise / One Side
Biceps, Triceps, Chest Exercise

   Hold the HeartFlex handles vertically with the flexible loop forming a "U". Keeping your elbows at your sides, alternately push and pull your hands towards your chest in opposite directions.
Biceps, Triceps,
Chest Exercise
Hand, Wrist, Forearm, Shoulder Exercise

   Hold the HeartFlex horizontally in front of you, above your head, with your palms facing forward and your thumbs pointing in. Hold one handle stationary several inches in front of your forehead while performing an overhand throwing motion with the other hand. This is a great exercise for all "overhead sports". To gain additional wrist strength for sports like baseball or tennis you can "break" your wrist, forward and backward, while moving your hand.

Targets: Flexors and extensors of the forearm, the bicep, and triceps, deltoid, rhomboid, pectoral, and trapezius muscles.

Hand, Wrist, Forearm,
Shoulder Exercise

STATIC STRETCHES

Interior Shoulder Pectoralis Stretch


   1) Stand with feet shoulder width apart and a straight back. Hold the HeartFlex behind your back with your palms facing up towards the rear and your thumbs pointing in.

   2) Raise your arms as high as you can behind you without pain. Hold the stretch for fifteen (15) seconds. Relax and then repeat the stretching procedure through ten (10) repetitions. This static stretch improves shoulder mobility thus lessening the stress on the shoulder rotator cuff muscles during physical performance.

Interior Shoulder Pectoralis Stretch
Interior Shoulder
Pectoralis Stretch


Shoulder Rotator Cuff Stretch


   1) Hold the HeartFlex behind your back with one hand above your shoulder (palm facing forward) and your other hand behind your back, below your shoulder, about waist high (palm facing backward). Keep the HeartFlex straight up and down and aligned with your spine.

   2) Gently and slowly pull down your upper hand with your lower hand as far as you can without pain until a stretch is felt in the upper shoulder. Hold the stretch for fifteen (15) seconds. Relax and then repeat stretching procedure through ten (10) repetitions. This exercise stretches the rotator cuff of the shoulder of your upper arm.

   3) Gently and slowly pull up your lower hand with your upper hand as far as you can without pain until a stretch is felt in the lower shoulder. Hold the stretch for fifteen (15) seconds. Relax and then repeat stretching procedure through ten (10) repetitions. This exercise stretches the rotator cuff of the shoulder of your lower hand.

   4) Reverse hand positions and repeat stretch protocols 2) and 3) to stretch the shoulder cuffs of your other hand.

These static stretches improve shoulder mobility thus lessening the stress on the shoulder rotator cuff muscles during physical performance

Shoulder - Rotator Cuff Stretch
Shoulder
Rotator Cuff Stretch

Shoulder - Rotator Cuff Stretch
Shoulder
Rotator Cuff Stretch


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