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4 Reasons You Should Be BFR Training

“No pain no gain” is the battle cry across gyms everywhere but is there a better way to get stronger, leaner, and healthier?


Sports Medicine physician and Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) expert Jim Stray-Gundersen, MD

explains that for some people, it’s difficult to do a hard enough workout to get a systemic

response that elicits the hormonal cascade.


The B Strong BFR Training System™ uses bands that are designed to allow blood flow into the

limb while providing resistance to flow out of the veins. This causes working muscle not to be

able to get nutrients and oxygen in a timely manner to continue the work. The brain recognizes

this disturbance of homeostasis and produces a neuro-humoral response that amplifies anabolic

activity throughout the body. The anabolic response increases energy levels, improves strength

and performance, Ideal for individuals of all ages and abilities, this system allows users to

exercise safer, smarter, and with better results.



1. Gain More, Do Less

One of the biggest benefits is the ability to achieve the same results from low-intensity

resistance exercises as those achieved through high-intensity resistance training (i.e less pain,

more gain).



2. Increased Strength and Muscle Size

BFR training increases protein synthesis similar to traditional strength training. Combined with

reduced muscle damage, the body is in the best position for building lean muscle faster.



3. Anti-Aging Effects

BFR training stimulates the production of Growth Hormone which is released into the

bloodstream and gives maximum benefits without wear and tear.



4. Better Recovery

Individuals recovering from a hard workout, competition, or injury can maintain physical fitness,

increase strength, and reduce atrophy.


Safe, effective, affordable, and easy-to-use, some of the best athletes, coaches, physical

therapists, and celebrities use this training system to get more out of their workout. Mark

Wahlberg said,


“I’m getting twice the pump in half the time and getting more results, and I’ve been able to work twice as hard. B Strong, Baby.”


Tips to BFR Training


Anyone can elevate their current mode of exercise, by adding B Strong. Running, swimming,

biking, weight lifting, resistance training, yoga, pilates, even walking the dog can now become a

great way of getting your exercise and tremendous benefits of BFR!


Visit to get started!





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