Nitric Oxide Dump Exercises – Best Exercise for High Blood Pressure (Nitric Oxide Blowout)
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Nitric Oxide Dump Exercises – Best Exercise for High Blood Pressure (Nitric Oxide Blowout)

September 1, 2019

Hello, there’s a bunch of exercises that everybody who’s got high blood pressure should be doing and even those who do not have high blood Pressure. The reason for this is; this exercises are actually very beneficial to your health. What am I talking about? Find out in a couple of seconds. I’ll see you shortly. Now For today’s 20/20 idea to better health. Please welcome on stage. Dr. Joe Hello, welcome back. I’m Dr Joe of Well, if this is your first time on this channel, can I extend a warm welcome to you… This is your home or 20/20 ideas to better health. So if you haven’t subscribed yet, please do subscribe So what bunch of exercises was I referring to before when on the short break? well I’m referring to what we call the nitric oxide dump or what I prefer to call the nitric oxide blowout These exercises were actually developed by colleague. His name is Dr Zach Bush. I find them really beneficial I’ve been doing it for the last 10 months and I find them really beneficial to my health and that’s why I would recommend them to you. Now, before I tell you about the exercises, just a few words about nitric oxide. What is nitric oxide? Well nitric oxide is actually a gas that is actually produced and stored Within the lining of our blood vessel walls and it’s a very good smooth muscle relaxant So what we want to do is actually release it from inside the cells of the blood vessel walls… …unleash it onto the circulation and because it’s a smooth muscle relaxant, it’s going to actually relax the Blood vessel walls and that will lower our blood pressure That’s why it’s very beneficial for people who’ve got high blood pressure And even those who do not have high blood pressure, they’ll benefit from it because it will stop them from developing high blood pressure Another thing nitric oxide does is that, it prevents what we call platelet aggregation What does that mean? It means it stops our blood from being too sticky and that means the blood will flow a lot more smoothly inside the blood vessels. A 3rd function of nitric oxide is that it actually protects our lean body mass. So it facilitates fat loss So what are these exercises? Well, there are 4 types of exercises bundled into one and the beauty of it is they’re very quick They’re actually high-intensity interval training HIIT, and they’re very time efficient. For somebody who hasn’t got time These are the best exercises for you 4 types Bundle this one. I’m gonna be doing 20 reps But if you are not fit at all You can start off with 5. Do 5 for about a week until your body is conditioned. After that, step it up to 10 And then do 10 reps for about 2 to 3 weeks Once your body’s conditioned as well to that, then step it up to 15 Do that for another 2 weeks and then move on to 20. I’m at 20 reps, so I’m gonna be doing 20 reps. But you don’t have to start off with 20 yet. Just start off with 5 So what are the exercises? Well… The first one is the Squat. So it’s just a regular squat. So I’m going to go down and up Okay, so that’s the squat. 2nd one is the Circular Arm Swing. So you go up and then down, Up And then down. Okay, I’ll do it from the side Up and then down and then the 3rd type is what I call the Static Forward March So I’m going like that, like that, like that, like that Okay, that’s the static forward march and the 4th one is the Shoulder Press. Up and then down, Up and then down. So, Squat Circular Arm Swing. Okay. Static Forward March and then Shoulder Press. Up, down So let’s go So, let me just demonstrate the nitric oxide dump or the nitric oxide blowout exercises from the side view. So, it’s the squat Okay, and then the Circular Arm Swing. Hit the top, Hit the bottom. Hit the top, hit the bottom and then the Static Forward March U,p down. 90 degrees. Up, down. Both arms Okay, and then of course the Shoulder Press. Up, down. Up, down. Okay Those are the four exercises. You need to do about 20 reps. My target is 20 reps. If you are very unfit Well, you can start off with 5. Build it up to 10 and then build it up to 15 and eventually You hit the target of 20, which is where I am at now How many times do you need to do this nitric oxide dump or nitric oxide blowout exercises a day? You need to do them about 3 times a day. Yes, 3 times day But if you can’t do it twice a day, that’s fine. It doesn’t matter. They’re very time efficient So they’re very ideal for people who are very busy Because they only take 4 minutes. Just 4 minutes. The nitric oxide dump or nitric oxide blowout takes only four minutes That’s a time efficient it is so that’s why I want you to be doing them because they’re great for high blood pressure and they’re great for Preventing you from developing high blood pressure as well. So what’s the most likely problem you gonna encounter doing these exercises? Where the main problem you’ll encounter is muscle soreness, especially your thigh muscles. They’re gonna be very sore And because your muscles are going to be sore, what’s the likely thing you want to do? You’d want to stop Please do not stop. The muscle soreness would disappear after a week I promise you. Just take some regular painkillers and I promise you after seven days or thereabout The muscle soreness will disappear now if you enjoyed this video, please give it a Thumbs-up. Hit the ‘Like’ button as usual and Please share this nitric oxide dump exercises with anybody you know, okay because everybody should be doing them. So share this video with everybody Whether people have got high blood pressure, those who do not have high blood pressure Everybody is going to benefit from doing the nitric oxide blowout exercises So please share the video and when you start doing the exercises Please I want to know about your experience. Leave your comments in the comment section I don’t know how everything is going. If you are unfit And then you’re building it up and how you’re coping, I want to know all about it. If you are really fit and you are hitting 20 already I wanna know about it. Please leave your comments in the comment section. If you haven’t subscribed yet, by the way, please do subscribe. Hit the subscription button. It’s just right there I think that’s about it. Until next time, well this is. Dr Joe signing out

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  1. It goes without saying. Always be sure you can undertake any exercise routine before commencing any exercise regime. You may need to consult your personal doctor for confirmation of your suitability before starting this exercise routine.
    Want an in-depth knowledge on Nitric Oxide dump exercise routine and all about Nitric oxide, it's benefits, links to arginine, citrulline supplements, viagra and even dark chocolate? Go here to my blog and read all about it Very detailed article.

  2. I read your comment but it is my husband who has chronic low bp eg 66/43, most times it’s under 90 as top number and under 50 for the number below. I am hypertensive hence my interest in the exercises.

  3. Heyy doc ..isnt it enough to stay active in the morning?? Brisk walking & some body stretching? The squat overtire & sore my lower extremeties .lol 😂😁😄

  4. Dear Dr.Joe,as you advised me to stop this exercise for days due to pain under my hill. I followed your advice. But that pain still after 7 days started this exercise again.when i will visit India i will see the my question is when should i take this exercise? Before meal or after meal?

  5. Sir your video is very inspiring. My creatinine level is 2.03 but my blood pressure is normal and every morning I go for a normal jogging like 2 km, so is jogging good for me and is there any way I can lower my creatine through exercise please tell…

  6. Hello Dr. Joe.
    I have been on medication for over 15 yes now. Currently, I'm on Irbesartan (75 mg) and Carvedilol (25 mg). While the readings seem to be normal (120/80) when taken by my regular Doctor, it tends to shoot up ( as high as 220/120) whenever it is taken in a hospital.
    I have started the Nitric oxide dump exercises for about 2 weeks now. I am also on Metformin. By the way my age is 68.

  7. Thank you Dr.Joe. I have shared your video with several friends. I do them 2-3 x a day and feel great. I am able to do 20 reps at a time. Be Blessed

  8. Dr Joe I am a 65 year old African Am female . have high blood pressure and take 1 med. I experienced a lot of life and job stress prior to my retirement 6 months ago and loss considerable weight as a result. Because I eat well I was already a healthy weight so now too small. I’m trying to gain back in a healthy way so it’s a slow process. I love these exercises and using them to help my pressure. I’m wondering though if I’m negating my weight gain effort though by doing these. Are these burning calories since they are so intense. I’ve been doing them 3 times a day and wondering should I reduce to 2 or even once until I’m able to gain weight. I definitely need to help my pressure but wondering if it’s hindering my weight gain efforts. Please advise. Also do you do phone consultations? I’m in the states and would love to be able to consult with you as you are so knowledgeable and open to natural treatments unlike my regular dr who just push meds. Thank you for all you do.

  9. Thnx doctor , I'm a hypertension patient since 12 yrs as now my age is just 38

  10. try some yoga it's more good for fitness and supple up the body cardiovascular exercise is also good for you 36 sets 1000 reps total try it makes the heart stronger pumps the blood faster really keeps you fit but swimming long distance is the best try it 3000 metres

  11. yes Zach Bush is great when you listen to him talk about microbiome
    if you like Zach Bush
    you will love Morley Robbins talks about interaction of minerals especially magnesium, copper, iron, potassium, calcium etc very important relate to liver

  12. I thought something different but these are the usual exercises. God knows whether it will be that useful to reduce BP. .

  13. This is my 18th day on squats so the variation is much appreciated particularly for the upper body! Thank you for caring. God bless you with more wisdom and. Knowledge!

  14. Hi Dr Joe. Thank you for being a God's sent in my life. I was having anxiety issues,and depression which caused my blood pressure to rise. I couldn't sleep. I decided to start this exercise on Saturday. I noticed that i sleep properly now(Falling asleep is no longer an issue). I even feel sleepy in the afternoon,feel so calm now like i have a different body now. I want to know the medical reason behind this, when i do other work outs close to bedtime i find it hard to sleep. Remain blessed sir.

  15. Excellent excellent excellent excellent excellent excellent excellent excellent and exciting to see you Great

  16. Watching this I was like “4 minutes ain’t nothing “ so I started off with 20 reps and almost passed out. 😩😩😩

  17. thank you very much doctor Joe for this exercise ,this is my routine everyday and i fell great godbless you.

  18. You are so cool! Are you kidding me! Best explanation I've heard so far! We used to do these at school. My blood pressure meditations barely work on me I hope and I think that this will help.

  19. Dr Joe, is it alright to do these exercises at a slower pace ? And aside from these exercises , would it also be beneficial to include walking ? Thanx for your video ! ☺👍

  20. I am surprised you don't have high blood pressure because you're so hyperactive. I bare caught any of the information because you talk so fast.

  21. Hi Dr Joe. I have been doing this exercise for two weeks and 4 days now,i noticed that i hardly feel the tingling on my fingers lately. I usually do this exercise 3 times a day,i do it 2 times when i have a busy day.

  22. hi sir thanks for the video and I want ask u .its ok to run also for who having hi blood pressure

  23. When I tried them, I can't do them as fast as you can Doc, you make them look easy, and my arms seem to want to go everywhere, not how they should in the exercise, but I'll keep trying.

  24. Hello sir this Is nafees. My problems if I check bp I am going to panic that time my bp is going higher what cause this

  25. I've started doing this 3x daily and started to feel better ( calmer ) after the first 2 days , I'm scared to check my BP, so I plan to in a few days from now 🙂

  26. Wouldn"t any exercise release Nitric Oxide? Why this set of exercises specifically? I would think any exercise performed consistently would provide the same Nitric Oxide release. Please advise-I am interested in the studies. Thank you!

  27. I'm so impressed that you're not even puffing at the end of the exercises! By the time I'm finished, I'm gasping for air like a guppie!

  28. Thanks Dr. Joe that's easier than eating my vegetables I'll be doing them. I bet you didn't see the dog in the background lol 🤣

  29. Dr. Joe.
    How are you.
    I am going through a tremendous work stress these days.I started to get a regular head pain from few weeks and checked my BP and noted it's 100/140. Then I started watching and reading about BP and how to control it. Saw your other video about BP. Thanks a lot and those are very useful. I got interested and now I saw these Nitric Oxide exercise. I could do 20 x3 sets from now on. Just finished it and will do it regularly and keep you posted the progress.
    I can do morning and night this exercise. Is it advisable to rest (sleep 1hr) after exercise? I do get up really morning for prayer and did the exercise. I normally sleep I hr after finishing prayers. Shall I continue the same after going this exercise. Waiting to hear your advice.
    Thanks a lot

  30. Thanks Dr Joe for explaining the role of nitric oxide and demonstrating the exercises to get nitric oxide to do it's job better. Very nice video.

  31. Love it because i was putting on a lot. On my Arms so this is good and i know it's going to help the blood pressure Overall 👍

  32. Good day Doctor, thanks for the exercise. Please can a woman that just did CS perform this exercise especially the squatting aspect.

  33. I found this as the best 0ne, i am 30 years 0ld and from Last half year my bp was 160/90. I do regular exercise but no benefit 🙁 and i have not used any medicine because i avoid it. I started your prescribed exercise in this week and With your exercise three times a day my bp is 135/70. I am happy 🙂 thanx

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