It’s called a PHA Exercise Routine, or Peripheral Heart Action training. It’s ideal for when you’re traveling, vacationing, or working out at home. And, if you’re going to work out at a gym, you can use a PHA routine to take your training to a whole new level.
PHA isn’t a new WOD (Workout of the Day) or some new exercise theory. It was developed back in the ’60s, popularized by former AAU Mr. America and Mr. Universe Bob Gajda, and has withstood the test of time.
Today, many leading-edge exercise programs are based on the PHA protocol because it produces results and is simple.
There’s no better way to start exercising and build exercise momentum. But that doesn’t limit PHA to newbies or mean it’s a breeze to perform.
With a PHA routine, it’s entirely up to you how easy or hard you go. That’s why the protocol can work for anyone. Go easy and use PHA to energize and invigorate your day. Go hard and use it to improve cardio, build strength or lose weight.
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