Recover Quicker Than Ever
Blood Flow Restriction training (BFR) involves temporarily decreasing your vein's blood flow to an injured limb by applying a tourniquet during exercise.
This restriction mimics the effects of lifting extremely heavyweights, so your body is tricked into thinking it's working hard to move more weight than it actually is.
The goal is to make greater gains by lifting lighter loads while reducing the overall stress placed on your affected limb.
The result is quicker muscle growth that allows for faster progress, which means getting you back on the field quicker than ever.
BFR has been shown to decrease the healing time of fractures by 26%.
Activate Your Muscles
Ever heard of muscle activation? After surgery, your muscles will often shut down, making it challenging to get those muscles working again and use them to their full potential.
BFR training forces your muscles to kick into gear, speeding the activation process to be more efficient and effective, improving performance, and reducing pain.
You'll learn muscle activation techniques to repair symmetry and bring balance to your body's muscular system by improving your range of motion, joint stability, and muscle strength.
BFR has been proven to produce a 10% increase in muscle size after 2 weeks at 5-6 days per week or 2x a week for 4-6 weeks.