ISOMETRIC EXERCISE

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 science of isometric exercise.

ISOMETRIC EXERCISE

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 science of isometric exercise.

An Accidental Discovery

Our story actually began in the US military, as strange as that might seem. The researcher was first conducted while trying to solve a completely different problem for the U.S. Air Force.

The Backstory: Upon deployment of its first F-16 fighter jets, the Air Force found that many of its fighter pilots were experiencing incidents of g-force blackout: a condition that causes temporary vision loss. This type of aircraft turns very quickly, putting greater g-force on the pilot, and thus putting him in danger. To find a solution, the Air Force commissioned Dr. Ronald L. Wiley, a respected cardiopulmonary physiologist, to research the problem and, hopefully, find a solution.

Multiple experiments were conducted, and countless hypotheses disproved, but one particular experiment yielded some unexpected data. As part of one of his experiments, Dr. Wiley had pilots grab a steel rod as hard as they could while experiencing g-force under flight conditions. While poring over the subsequent data, Dr. Wiley became intrigued by the health histories of two particular pilots, each who were considered “pre-hypertensive” prior to his battery of experiments, yet were back to normal levels at the completion of the experiments. Believing there must have been a link somewhere in his research, he made it his life’s goal to find the link.

After years of research, Dr. Wiley drew a correlation between the steel rod and the reduction he had measured. The grip, he determined, simulated an isometric exercise. Over time, and after much trial and error, Dr. Wiley developed the computer-controlled handgrip exercise device that we now affectionately call the Zona Plus! The Zona Plus uses biofeedback to design personalized exercises sessions, customized for each user, by calibrating to what we call “maximum voluntary contraction.” Each session is unique. Each session is effective. And each session is conducted with the user in mind.

NOTE: The Zona Plus has not been proven to reduce blood pressure and continued research is being conducted to validate any future claim. However, the Zona Plus does promote physical activity, which, as part of a healthy lifestyle, may help reduce the risk of hypertension. We strongly recommend the Zona Plus for adjunctive use in the overall management of cardiovascular fitness.

An Accidental Discovery

Our story actually began in the US military, as strange as that might seem. The researcher was first conducted while trying to solve a completely different problem for the U.S. Air Force.

The Backstory: Upon deployment of its first F-16 fighter jets, the Air Force found that many of its fighter pilots were experiencing incidents of g-force blackout: a condition that causes temporary vision loss. This type of aircraft turns very quickly, putting greater g-force on the pilot, and thus putting him in danger. To find a solution, the Air Force commissioned Dr. Ronald L. Wiley, a respected cardiopulmonary physiologist, to research the problem and, hopefully, find a solution.

Multiple experiments were conducted, and countless hypotheses disproved, but one particular experiment yielded some unexpected data. As part of one of his experiments, Dr. Wiley had pilots grab a steel rod as hard as they could while experiencing g-force under flight conditions. While poring over the subsequent data, Dr. Wiley became intrigued by the health histories of two particular pilots, each who were considered “pre-hypertensive” prior to his battery of experiments, yet were back to normal levels at the completion of the experiments. Believing there must have been a link somewhere in his research, he made it his life’s goal to find the link.

After years of research, Dr. Wiley drew a correlation between the steel rod and the reduction he had measured. The grip, he determined, simulated an isometric exercise. Over time, and after much trial and error, Dr. Wiley developed the computer-controlled handgrip exercise device that we now affectionately call the Zona Plus!

The Zona Plus uses biofeedback to design personalized exercises sessions, customized for each user, by calibrating to what we call “maximum voluntary contraction.” Each session is unique. Each session is effective. And each session is conducted with the user in mind.

NOTE: The Zona Plus has not been proven to reduce blood pressure and continued research is being conducted to validate any future claim. However, the Zona Plus does promote physical activity, which, as part of a healthy lifestyle, may help reduce the risk of hypertension. We strongly recommend the Zona Plus for adjunctive use in the overall management of cardiovascular fitness.

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 and the Harvard Heart Letter!

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The Zona Plus

Only

$57/Month

or a one-time payment of $599.00

Risk Free - 90 Day Money Back Guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions

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