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27Mar
27Mar

Resistance band training has long been known for quick results without all the fuss. You don’t need heavy weights and a gym to see inches melt away. You can become strong and get into shape quicker than you might think.

27Feb
27Feb

If you’ve been at the gym recently and notice someone weightlifting with bands wrapped around their biceps, they are likely trying out a new training regimen called Blood Flow Restriction Training, or BFR. The strategy behind Blood Flow Restriction Training is to maintain arterial blood flow to a muscle, while preventing the venous return of blood. This form of training, also known as occlusion training, involves placing a wrap, band, or cuff around the leg or arm while exercising.

27Feb
27Feb

Most things you do with a dumbbell or barbell can be done with a powerband. Will a resistance band deadlift give you exactly the same strength stimulus as a loaded barbell on the platform? Of course not. But that's not necessarily a downside. In fact, I would argue that the main benefit of powerbands is the way they provide a different stimulus to your muscles throughout your range of motion.

21Jan
21Jan

Instant results, and even more impressive gains with Blood Flow Restriction Training (occlusion training), a fast way to make your muscles grow. If you've been searching for a novel way to ramp up muscle growth, here's a strategy that you might not have considered. As always, consult your physician or physical therapist to see if BFR training is right for you.

27Nov
27Nov

Whether you’re heading home for Christmas or on a late fall vacation, the final weeks of December are the busiest travel time of the year. Our normal routines get completely thrown out the window when traveling and while you may not have access to a gym that doesn’t mean your workout routine has to fall by the wayside.

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