Burn It Nutrition Podcast
BFR-Blood Flow Restriction Training, Full Spotlight Show into the Science, Application & History
Show notes for Episode #20
On today’s show, The benefits of Blood Flow Restriction Training and learn practical ways of applying it. We also cover the people who could benefit from adding BFR training into their routine. Like those recovering from an injury, or those looking to improve sport specific abilities to even everyday people who want to see increases in muscle hypertrophy.
And to end this show full of key takeaways we will learn how to make a simple crock pot beef stew!
I hope you enjoy the show!!
The Burn it Nutrition Podcast is a show focused on health and fitness with the use of sound and stories to help illustrate the message. We want to help spark body transformations with the use of strategic methods for weight loss. This podcast will be releasing fun and interesting shows, that will be informative and motivational to help you reach your goals!
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Timed Stamp Show Notes
3:45 = Sometimes its good to try what may seem illogical.
07:03 = We go deep into the rabit hole and learn the science behind BHR.
14:20 = Clearing up any confusion on my thoughts
17:45 = The Origin story behind Blood Flow Restriction Training
21:35 = Different groups of people who could benefit from BFR Training
29:24 = What type of straps should you use, level of Pressure, and Areas in the body that we can place the BFR bands on
37:05 = Different BFR workouts that can be applied in all levels of fitness
40:35 = Common saftey concerns with BFR training
43:00 = Recipe for the day! we got a warm beef stew.
44:25 = Closing thoughts
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Resources & References for this Show:
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