BFR TRAINING WORKS
LIGHT WEIGHTS + BFR = STRENGTH GAINS IN ALL WORKING TISSUES
GET TONED. GET STRONG.
Evidence shown in various research labs demonstrates BFR increases strength similar to traditional weight lifting, or high intensity resistance training.
LESS RISK. LESS DAMAGE.
Low loads means less risk of musculoskeletal injury from the training session.
SHORTER RECOVERY. LESS SORENESS.
Less damage to the muscles and joints means quicker recovery times and less soreness following BFR training. Sometimes even no soreness at all the next day.
SYSTEMIC RESPONSE. WHOLE BODY.
Because the hormonal response is systemic, meaning the hormones in your circulatory system touch all parts of your body, all tissues that were working get the benefit and gain strength, not just the muscles on the limbs with the belts.
GET LEAN. GET FIT.
GET LEAN. Many people don’t want to get BIGGER, but want to get lean and strong. This requires a combination of workout routines and nutrition, not just what you do for (B)STRONG Training.
We used to think in terms of exercising a muscle to improve that muscle’s fitness. Now we think of exercising a muscle to elicit a systemic response, which improves all tissues involved in the exercise.
Further, we used to think we need to lift heavy to improve strength. Now we know that all we have to do is create a disturbance of homeostasis in working muscle to improve strength. Rather than lifting heavy to do that, we can lift light with our blood flow to those muscles restricted.