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Recovery Studio at Outlast Health and Performance baltimore blood flow restriction (bfr) training mobility pain performance physical therapy recovery running stress management Nov 07, 2022

We are excited to offer several recovery services and tools to our clients! Our studio is available to help you upgrade your rehab experience, enhance your recovery between training sessions, and prepare for your next bout of training.

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Pain Relief with Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training blood flow restriction (bfr) training pain physical therapy Apr 26, 2021
Blood flow restriction (BFR) training can be very beneficial in rehabilitation from an injury. While you are unable to tolerate heavier loads, you can use BFR training with bodyweight or 20-40% 1RM to achieve similar results as heavy (> 70% 1RM) loads. You can also use BFR training to...
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Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training Speeds Up Recovery After Surgery blood flow restriction (bfr) training physical therapy Apr 12, 2021
Muscle breakdown, aka atrophy, happens incredibly fast after surgery or injury. When you’re injured or you’re not allowed to put any weight through one of your limbs or tolerate any load, in as little as two weeks that limb goes into a state of anabolic resistance and protein...
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8 Reasons Why You Should Try Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training blood flow restriction (bfr) training performance running Mar 01, 2021
Blood flow restriction (BFR) training got its start in the 1960’s in Japan under the name KAATSU training. Since then, it has been used in the military setting. The military used it as a way to return amputees to the battlefield by helping them build up strength with missing limbs.
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What is Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training? blood flow restriction (bfr) training performance physical therapy Sep 14, 2020
What is BFR training?
 
Blood flow restriction (BFR) training has been around for over 50 years. It involves restricting arterial blood flow into the arm or leg while simultaneously fully occluding venous return of the blood flow. This increases the oxygen demand of muscles during...
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