InfoApril 16, 2015 · Health
Compelling Research Shows Effectiveness Of Blood Occlusion Training
Exerscribe has announced a study, which proves that IA division football players can increase strength through the use of blood occlusion training. BFR training or blood flow restriction training causes less blood to flow into the area being exercised while training, promoting faster building of lean muscle with less exertion.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
San Diego, California-based company, Exerscribe, has announced the presence of research on the subject of blood occlusion training, specifically with regards to how it was able to increase the strength of division IA football players. This form of regulating blood flow during exercise has been found to increase the production of lean muscle mass, without the use of heavy weights that have been needed in the past. Kusha Karvandi has said the following regarding the latest blood occlusion training research:
"The participants in this study who used the occlusion techniques experienced muscle growth that was very impressive. Over the course of the 4 week study using low-intensity resistance training, the athletes increased their bench presses and squats 7% and 8% respectively. Chest girth both upper and lower was increased by 3% each. Upper arm girth also was greater in those athletes that used blood occlusion training techniques."
In order to be successful in blood occlusion training or blood flow restriction training, Kusha Karvandi suggests the use of tools, such as the Occlusion Training Bands offered by Exerscribe. Currently these bands are available through the company's Amazon sales channel, but they can also be viewed on the company's main website at www.exerscribe.com. The bands retail on Amazon for $27.97 and currently hold a 5 star rating among reviewers who have tried the product. They are equipped with a quick release buckle for easy use and have been designed using high quality elastic nylon for comfort purposes. One order provides consumers with two bands, one for an arm and one for a leg during workout.
Customers may also want to look at the Exerscribe blog, which provides a variety of healthy living solutions, tips, tricks, and nutritional advice. The website also offers an inside look at the Occlusion Training Bands through a video starring Kusha Karvandi. Here, he describes the bands, how they work, and the safest way to use them. He also encourages sharing of the video and other Exerscribe information over social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, and asks that potential new users contact him for more information on the bands.
Other opportunities made available through the Exerscribe site are customer testimonials, access to the Nutriscribe Diet Book, workout apps, recipes, podcasts, and more. More information on the latest medical and scientific research involving BFR Training can also be found here in different locations, although Kusha suggests that interested buyers check this data out for themselves through some online research if they aren't convinced.
For questions or concerns regarding this press release or for more information on Exerscribe and Blood Occlusion Training, please use the following contact information to get in touch:
Contact Name: Kusha Karvandi Location: San Diego, CA Phone Number: 858-863-7275LinksQuotes"The participants in this study who used the occlusion techniques experienced muscle growth that was very impressive. Over the course of the 4 week study using low-intensity resistance training, the athletes increased their bench presses and squats 7% and 8% respectively. Chest girth both upper and lower was increased by 3% each. Upper arm girth also was greater in those athletes that used blood occlusion training techniques."ImagesContact
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