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Occlusion training demands just as much consciousness about proper training frequency as every other serious strength training styles on the map. Because occlusion training involves pressure application to the blood vessels, it's important to understand how often to do occlusion training. Gauging Your Recovery Quality By giving your body adequate time to recover from occlusion training’s blood flow restriction (BFR), you gradually develop a much higher level of mental and physical tolerance for it in general. The key is to make sure that the progression up to higher tolerance is traveled intelligently, not recklessly. You want to train frequently enough to make...

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Occlusion training has gained a good deal of attention over the past few years from those interested in a more unconventional yet effective way to build up strength. But those unfamiliar with this methodology frequently ask, Does Occlusion Training Really Work?

Even though awareness of occlusion training may not be as widespread as more well-known exercise models such as high-intense interval training (HIIT), those who know of it and its benefits can put themselves in a uniquely powerful position to gain great strength. The following are some of the most valuable things to understand about the science of occlusion training and how to properly utilize it.

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If you are getting tired of heavy weightlifting exercises, then maybe it’s time for you to switch to Kaatsu occlusion training and actually benefit from a lighter kind of muscle gain program. Kaatsu is one of the recent methods that introduces impressive muscle growth without actually going for heavy weight training exercises at the gym. This is good news if you are among the list of the individuals who want to take a break from tiring and energy-draining exercises. What is Kaatsu?  Kaatsu is a Japanese muscle training program introduced to the public by Dr. Yoshiaki Sato. Through the years,...

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