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Vein Health

Safe as Light Exercise

Exercise: Walking

Summary

  • These findings suggest that at-risk populations can perform BFR without fear of overt cardiovascular risk.

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Safety Study Yoga

Exercise: Yoga

Summary

  • We found that there were no further elevations in arterial blood pressure and myocardial oxygen demand when / B  Strong Bands were added to yoga practices.
  • Our findings indicate that / B Strong Bands can be applied to yoga while avoiding unfavorable hemodynamic responses and preserving the intended effects on muscle hypertrophy.

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Walk with Bands for Health

Walking is the new way to Exercise with Bands

  • Walk anywhere with Bands: indoors, outdoors, at work, at the airport, on vacation.
  • Turns light walking into vigorous exercise.
  • Stimulates Growth Hormone, Nitric Oxide and VEGF (Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor).
  • If you can go for a walk, you can use Bands

 

Beginner and Advanced Walking Programs

Watch Video of Dr. Mike DeBord explain how easy it is. Plus take your walking to a whole new level with the advanced protocol.

 

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BFR Studies / Peer Reviews

Walking with BFR for improved Venous Compliance in the Elderly

Study : Effects of walking with blood flow restriction on limb venous compliance in elderly subjects

Reference: Go Here to see the Study

Protocol:

  • Sixteen women aged 59-78 years were partially randomized into either a slow walking with BFR group
  • The BFR walk group performed 20-min treadmill slow walking 5 days per week for 6 weeks

CONCLUSIONS:

"After 6 weeks, leg venous compliance increased significantly in the BFR walk group"

 

Ischemic Heart Disease


Study : Effects of Low-Intensity BFR Training in Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease

Reference: Go Here to see the Study

CONCLUSIONS:

"This study shows that low intensity BFR training in people with ischemic heart disease resulted in: increased muscle strength and mass, as well as endurance or VO2 max improvement. The study concludes that BFR is a promising and effective method for cardiac rehabilitation"

 

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Study : COPD and muscle loss: is blood flow restriction a potential treatment?

Reference: Go Here to Review the Study

CONCLUSIONS:

"‘BFR appears to be a potential treatment for increasing strength and muscle mass for COPD patients when high intensity exercise may not be tolerated. In addition, BFR may provide benefits for COPD patients who are unable to exercise by combining it with neuromuscular electrical stimulation"

Nitric Oxide Release

Study : Blood Flow Restriction Enhances Post–Resistance Exercise Angiogenic Gene Expression

Reference: Go Here to Review the Study

CONCLUSIONS: Chronic training actually reduces NOS because excessive levels are associated with chronic inflammatory processes. Meanwhile, low skeletal muscle content of NOS are associated with metabolic and vascular dysfunction. This study indicates that the addition of BFR to acute low-intensity exercise increases post exercise muscle expression of NOS,