To perform practical BFR training one need to adjust the pressure from a subjective standpoint, but we recommend following the below tips based on up-to-date scientific research on the topic of BFR/occlusion training.
The alternative to practical BFR training is to apply air pressure controlled equipment such as the patented KAATSU machinery. However, this very expensive equipment is not easily accessible or affordable for normal people, which makes this training method nearly impossible to reap the benefits from. Moreover, the people using this machinery still use the 4 tips described here to control for correct pressure.
As with any type of physical activity remember to listen to your body and keep a “trial and error” mindset to find out what really works for you.
Have a great week!
All the best,
Team BfR Pro
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