High Blood Pressure Reversal Without Limitation

Igor Klibanov
6 min readAug 12, 2023

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article, fantasizing about what I would do with an osteoporosis client who had no limitations — time, money and nutritional compliance.

In this one, I’ll play out a different fantasy: what I would do with a high blood pressure client who had no limits.

Original source: here.

Make no mistake about it — we work with real-life people, who have real-life limits. And we still see impressive reductions in high blood pressure, like George, Milan and others.

But what if there were no limits?

  • They had enough money to exercise with a trainer each workout (the majority of our clients work with their trainer 1–2 times per week, with an additional 1–3 on their own) — 5–6 times per week
  • They had enough time to exercise the necessary amount
  • They had no problems with nutritional compliance

If all these conditions were true, what kinds of results could someone like this expect? For all intents and purposes, the vast majority of people can normalize their blood pressure in a matter of 1–2 months using a pretty aggressive approach. Even if it’s crazy high to begin with.

In fact, one reader of my blood pressure book from the UK (who I’ve never met, by the way) left an Amazon review, saying that her blood pressure was “crisis high” (her words), and went down to high-normal (that’s around 130–139 over 80–89) in a matter of one week. By following the nutrition side of things only — didn’t even implement the exercise and supplement suggestions.

Most people get great results even if they just implement 40–70% of our advice, but what would I do with a client who had no limits? That’s what we’ll cover in this article. Basically the “Cadillac” version of the high blood pressure reversal program. And if you see yourself in this position, and would like to give it a shot, just email me with the subject line “High Blood Pressure Reversal.

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Igor Klibanov

Igor Klibanov is the author 7 books on exercise and nutrition, including 2 bestsellers. Read more of his articles at http://www.FitnessSolutionsPlus.ca/blog