InfoOctober 16, 2014 · Health
Use Blood Flow Restriction Training To Get Fit Without Lifting Heavy Weights
Fitness expert Exerscribe has announced their blood flow restriction device, the latest gadget for convenient workouts. The strategy used reportedly gets individuals in shape without having to lift heavy weights. Using occlusion training this tool lets users tone and build muscle easily at home or in the gym.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
Exerscribe, a leader in exercise and fitness, has announced their latest product for workouts and muscle building. The blood flow restriction device that they offer to the fitness community allows for toning and sculpting without the heavy weightlifting that has been required in the past. This new method of exercise means that users can gain the same muscle definition at home with lighter weights as they would at the gym through heavy lifting.
The occlusion training technique makes use of blood flow restriction for certain sets of muscles, which means that they are working harder with less effort. Exerscribe founder, Kusha Karvandi, has said the following regarding this unique method of biohacking:
"Occlusion training is not a hoax. If performed correctly, it is a research-backed technique to gain muscle tone without lifting heavy weight - perfect for women, men during a deload week, or those with injuries."
Exerscribe also says that this is a whole new way to lift weights and get in shape, and completely stands behind their latest fitness gadget as a revolutionary exercise tool that is sure to make waves in this industry. The technology used is intended to activate fast twitch fibers to handle weight loads at low intensities, where in the past slow twitch fibers would be in charge of this. Such a switch means that the intensity is decreased, but the speed at which muscles will work is increased meaning more burn and a better workout.
These bands are offered through Exerscribe's Amazon sales portal where this latest product is being offered at the price of $14.97. They come with a quick release buckle, and the straps are designed and manufactured using polypropylene straps. Each order arrives with two bands so that users can work out both arms simultaneously, and Exerscribe says that customers can expect to use as little as 20% of their one rep max during workouts with these products. For users who are unsure of how to use the straps, there is a walkthrough video on Exerscribe's website that shows how to get the most out of this item. The company also gives a long description of what blood flow restriction training is, and how it can work for each individual.
Occlusion training doesn't just apply to the arms; Exerscribe also provides a step-by-step diagram on their site regarding how users can strap the bands onto their legs during workouts. Their newsletter, which can be subscribed to while browsing the webpage, also gives a free occlusion training workout for new users interested in getting started or buying the blood flow restriction bands that the company is now providing.
For questions and concerns regarding the latest blood flow restriction tool from Exerscribe, or for more information on this press release, please use the following contact information to get in touch:
Conact Name: Kusha Karvandi Phone Number: 1 (858) 603-5278 Email Address: [email protected] Website: http://www.exerscribe.com/occlusionLinksQuotes"Occlusion training is not a hoax. If performed correctly, it is a research-backed technique to gain muscle tone without lifting heavy weight - perfect for women, men during a deload week, or those with injuries."ImagesContact
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