Exercises for Cardiac Recovery
The Strong Heart Fitness Program for Life After Heart Attack & Heart Surgery
William Smith, Keith Burns, Christopher Volgraf, John Rumberger, PhD
The authoritative post-rehabilitation exercise guide designed to help patients regain their physical health and strength after heart attack or heart surgery.
Exercises for Cardiac Recovery presents a post-rehabilitation exercise program designed to help men and women regain their physical health and strength after heart attack or heart surgery.
• COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW. Provides readers with a complete understanding of the effects of heart disease on the body and the need for a post heart attack or cardiac surgery treatment program that includes cardiovascular support and strengthening.
• AUTHORITATIVE EXPERT AUTHORS. William Smith, MS, NSCA, CSCS, MEPD, founded Will Power and Fitness Associates and currently consults for fitness, healthcare, and wellness centers in New York and New Jersey. Keith Burns, MS, CSCS, has served in almost every capacity of the exercise science field at both the collegiate and professional level, working primarily as a strength and conditioning coach. Christopher Volgraf, CSCS, was one of the founding employees of the Princeton Longevity Center, where he served as the Director of Fitness and Senior Exercise Physiologist from 2002-2016.
• ONLINE SUPPORT THROUGH GETFITNOW PLATFORM. Comprehensive online support via social media, community forums, and website featuring additional content such as exclusive exercise videos, nutritional tips, live updates from authors, and more.
• MINIMIZE RISK. MAXIMIZE RESULTS. These workouts are designed with safety as the number one priority, all while minimizing pain and fatigue build-up for best long-term results.
• SUITABLE FOR ALL FITNESS AND HEALTH LEVELS. Exercises are easy to follow and adaptable for the post rehab cardiac patient.
With exercises and corresponding workout plans tailored for those seeking to improve cardiovascular health, Exercises for Cardiac Recovery provides real benefits for heart disease patients, including a stronger system to make the post rehabilitation process easier, markedly less fatigue over time, and relief from emotional stress.