The CVAC Process Aids Rookie in Achieving Endurance Speed Lifting Record

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The CVAC™ (cyclic variations in altitude conditioning™) process plays integral role in the training regimen of Tim Nash, new World Record holder in Endurance Speed Lifting, completed 1641 continuous lifts of 25-pound dumbbells for a timed one-hour event.

Tim Nash of Murrietta, California, a Communications executive at Southern California Telephone Company, broke the World Record in this category last set in 2001. The past record set by Dragan Radovic, an active fitness professional of 20 years, was 1046 lifts with 35-pound dumbbells for a total of 36,610 pounds. A rookie in this area, Tim's achievement represents a tribute to his father, as he broke the record on the anniversary of his father's birthday. On October 15, 2007 Tim held a charity event in at the Trevi Entertainment Center in Lake Elsinore, California to raise money in support of US military and other needy families within Riverside County.

According to Tim, "I wanted my 15 minutes of fame to help the community."

His event helped Temecula Valley People Helping People and All From the Heart.

"I cannot say I know exactly why...I can only tell you that I do perform better. My CVAC sessions help me to get greater relaxation and relief from the pains that are common after a long and hard lift," said Nash.

In Endurance Lifting, the individual lifts one dumbbell at a time from waist height to a straight-arm above the head, and then returns the dumbbell to the starting position. Tim's record-breaking 1641 lifts account for 41,025 pounds--well over his personal goal of lifting 40,000 pounds in one hour before he turns 40 years old. Tim's 40th birthday is 10/21/07.

Tim explained, "This is my rookie year. Not only am I an executive (not a professional athlete), but just over a year ago I was barely able to walk due to an injured back. My weight was 285 pounds and I was at 30% body fat. Now I am at 238 pounds and 19% body fat. CVAC has become an integral part of my training process because I know how it helps me recover."

Tim's first competition was as a member of TeamUSA at the May 2007 Endurance Lifting World Championships, wherein Tim achieved number five individual ranking using 45-pound dumbbells; vertical lift, curl to press. This effort aided Team USA in taking home the Team World Title.

About CVAC Systems, Inc.
CVAC Systems, Inc., headquartered in Temecula, Calif., is privately funded and is seeking to place CVAC systems at key luminary research sites for the development of several patent-pending applications such as performance enhancement, disease prevention, therapy and advanced health. For these plans, the Company is seeking a first-round venture/institutional financing.

Please note: The information contained within this document is intended for prospective researchers only, and is not intended for patients or health care providers. Any references to therapeutic applications are for discussion and research purposes only.

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