THE BREAKTHROUGH

SCIENCE

Frequently, we hear questions like, “Why have I never heard of this before.” And, like all great things, they all started somewhere. Our story is rooted in the proven science of isometric therapy.

THE BREAKTHROUGH

SCIENCE

Frequently, we hear questions like, “Why have I never heard of this before.” And, like all great things, they all started somewhere. Our story is rooted in the proven science of isometric therapy.

Our Story Began in the
US Military

Researchers first discovered the science behind the Zona Plus therapy while trying to solve a completely different problem for the U.S. Air Force. The Air Force found many of its fighter pilots were experiencing incidents of “g-force blackout,” a condition that causes temporary vision loss. The problem arose when the Air Force began deploying the F-16 fighter jet. This type of aircraft turns very quickly, putting greater g-force on the pilot.

To find a solution, the Air Force commissioned Dr. Ronald L. Wiley, a respected cardiopulmonary physiologist. As part of his experiments, Dr. Wiley had the pilots grab a steel rod as hard as they could while experiencing g-force under flight conditions. As it turns out, two of the pilots had blood pressure levels that were high enough to make them “pre-hypertensive.” Years later, when Dr. Wiley reviewed the data from his experiments, he found the two pre-hypertensive pilots had dropped their blood pressure to normal after long periods of grabbing the steel rod at maximum squeeze.

As a result of this accidental discovery, he spent many years trying to recreate the blood pressure drops and then maximize them while maintaining a safe procedure. Eventually, Dr. Wiley perfected a computer-controlled handgrip therapy that improves cardiovascular health. He then tested this therapy in multiple controlled studies conducted by physicians and cardiac rehabilitation centers, and found it produced dramatic results in just weeks! This same breakthrough therapy is now available to you with the Zona Plus.

Our Story Began
in the US Military

Researchers first discovered the science behind the Zona Plus therapy while trying to solve a completely different problem for the U.S. Air Force. The Air Force found many of its fighter pilots were experiencing incidents of “g-force blackout,” a condition that causes temporary vision loss. The problem arose when the Air Force began deploying the F-16 fighter jet. This type of aircraft turns very quickly, putting greater g-force on the pilot.

To find a solution, the Air Force commissioned Dr. Ronald L. Wiley, a respected cardiopulmonary physiologist. As part of his experiments, Dr. Wiley had the pilots grab a steel rod as hard as they could while experiencing g-force under flight conditions. As it turns out, two of the pilots had blood pressure levels that were high enough to make them “pre-hypertensive.” Years later, when Dr. Wiley reviewed the data from his experiments, he found the two pre-hypertensive pilots had dropped their blood pressure to normal after long periods of grabbing the steel rod at maximum squeeze.

As a result of this accidental discovery, he spent many years trying to recreate the blood pressure drops and then maximize them while maintaining a safe procedure. Eventually, Dr. Wiley perfected a computer-controlled handgrip therapy that improves cardiovascular health. He then tested this therapy in multiple controlled studies conducted by physicians and cardiac rehabilitation centers, and found it produced dramatic results in just weeks! This same breakthrough therapy is now available to you with the Zona Plus.

Safe and Effective

Substantial scientific support with
More than 22 published studies

"Effects of isometric handgrip training among people medicated for hypertension: a multilevel analysis."

Millar, Philip J. et al. Blood Pressure Monitoring.

10/01/2007 | View Article

"Isometric handgrip exercise improves acute neurocardiac regulation."

Millar, Philip J., MacDonald M., Bray S., McCartney N. Eur J Appl Physiol.

09/13/2009 | View Article

"Isometric Handgrip Effects on Hypertension."

Philip J. Millar, Amanda Paashuis and Neil McCartney. Current Hypertension Reviews,

01/05/2009 | View Article

"Isometric handgrip exercise and resting blood pressure: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials."

Kelley GA, Kelley KS. J Hypertens

08/28/2010 | View Article

"The effects of isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure and orthostatic tolerance in humans."

Howden, Reuben, Lightfoot, Timothy J., Brown, Stephen J., and Swaine, Ian L. The Physiological Society

11/04/2010 | View Article

"Review Paper: Current Evidence on the Hemodynamic and Blood Pressure Effects of Isometric Exercise in Normotensive and Hypertensive Persons."

Chrysant, Steven G. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich)

09/24/2010 | View Article

"Beyond Pills: Cardiologists Examine Alternatives To Halt High Blood Pressure."

Media ContactEmily Boynton. John Bisognano, M.D., Ph.D. University of Rochester Medical Center.

08/30/2011 | View Article

"Assessing Alternative Approaches for Blood Pressure Control: A3BC Trial."

Elizabeth A. Jackson, University of Michigan.

04/10/2014 | View Article

"U.S. Air Force Researchers Discover Isometric Handgrip Can Combat High Blood Pressure."

Michelle Tomao. BioSpace.

04/27/2015 | View Article

"Maximal intermittent handgrip strategy: design and evaluation of an exercise protocol and a grip tool."

Danielle Christine Bentley. Scott Gordon Thomas. University of Toronto.

05/10/2016 | View Article

"The blood pressure secret you’ve never heard of."

Dr. Ronald Hoffman

03/14/2018 | View Article

Safe and
Effective

Substantial scientific support with More than 22 published studies

Dr. Ronald Hoffman

03/14/2018

"The blood pressure secret you’ve never heard of."

Danielle Christine Bentley. Scott Gordon Thomas. University of Toronto.

05/10/2016

"Maximal intermittent handgrip strategy: design and evaluation of an exercise protocol and a grip tool."

Michelle Tomao. BioSpace.

04/27/2015

"U.S. Air Force Researchers Discover Isometric Handgrip Can Combat High Blood Pressure."

Elizabeth A. Jackson, University of Michigan.

04/10/2014

"Assessing Alternative Approaches for Blood Pressure Control: A3BC Trial."

Media ContactEmily Boynton. John Bisognano, M.D., Ph.D. University of Rochester Medical Center.

08/30/2011

"Beyond Pills: Cardiologists Examine Alternatives To Halt High Blood Pressure."

Chrysant, Steven G. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich)

09/24/2010

“..Isometric exercise, whether alone or in combination with dynamic exercise, should be recommended to hypertensive patients and be part of a comprehensive treatment regimen.”

Howden, Reuben, Lightfoot, Timothy J., Brown, Stephen J., and Swaine, Ian L. The Physiological Society

11/04/2010

"The effects of isometric exercise training on resting blood pressure and orthostatic tolerance in humans."

Kelley GA, Kelley KS. J Hypertens

08/28/2010

"Isometric handgrip exercise and resting blood pressure: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials."

Philip J. Millar, Amanda Paashuis and Neil McCartney. Current Hypertension Reviews,

01/05/2009

"Isometric Handgrip Effects on Hypertension."

Millar, Philip J., MacDonald M., Bray S., McCartney N. Eur J Appl Physiol.

09/13/2009

"Isometric handgrip exercise improves acute neurocardiac regulation."

Millar, Philip J. et al. Blood Pressure Monitoring.

10/01/2007

"Effects of isometric handgrip training among people medicated for hypertension: a multilevel analysis."

McGowan, Cheri L. et al. European Journal of Appl Physiol.

11/15/2006

"Isometric handgrip training improves local flow-mediated dilation in medicated hypertensives."

Peters, P., Alessio, H., Hagerman, A., Ashton, T., Nagy, S., & Wiley, R. International Journal of Cardiology.

06/16/2006

"Short-term isometric exercise reduces systolic blood pressure in hypertensive adults: Possible role of reactive oxygen species (R1)."

Taylor, A.C., McCartney, N., Kamath, M., & Wiley, R.

02/2003

"Isometric Training Lowers Resting Blood Pressure and Modulates Autonomic Control. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise."

Ray, C.A. & Carrasco, D. American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology.

07/2000

"Isometric handgrip training reduces arterial pressure at rest without changes in sympathetic nerve activity."

Wiley, R.L., Dunn, C.L., Cox, R.H., Hueppchen, N.A., & Scott, M.S.

1992

"Isometric exercise training lowers resting blood pressure. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise"

Medical Articles
and Studies

Unlike many other natural therapies, the Zona Plus enjoys substantial scientific support and has been favorably reviewed by many prominent doctors and physicians. More than 22 published studies have shown the patented Zona Plus therapy improves cardiovascular health.

Articles about the Zona Plus therapy can be found in distinguished peer-reviewed medical journals such as the Journal of Hypertension, the Journal of Clinical Hypertension, and the International Journal of Cardiology. The Zona Plus even caught the eye of the American Heart Association, the Harvard Heart Letter, and the Mayo Clinic Health Letter!

Medical Articles
and Studies

Unlike many other natural therapies, the Zona Plus enjoys substantial scientific support and has been favorably reviewed by many prominent doctors and physicians. More than 22 published studies have shown the patented Zona Plus therapy improves cardiovascular health.

Articles about the Zona Plus therapy can be found in distinguished peer-reviewed medical journals such as the Journal of Hypertension, the Journal of Clinical Hypertension, and the International Journal of Cardiology. The Zona Plus even caught the eye of the American Heart Association, the Harvard Heart Letter, and the Mayo Clinic Health Letter!

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The Zona Plus

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$599.00

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do Doctors approve of the Zona plus?

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Does the Zona Plus have side effects?

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Do I have to perform the maximum squeeze each time I’m prompted to do so during a Zona Plus session?

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How often should I use the Zona Plus? Can I use it more than once a day?

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Is the Zona Plus FDA Approved?

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