Seeking Improved Physique
You may be a Gen X or Millennial coming of age who wants to attract and impress, whether that means bigger biceps or booty, or a more toned physique. You may be in mid-career hoping to regain the physique that you once had and that seems to be slipping away. You may be passing through mid-life searching for ways to reverse the physical decline you spy over the horizon. The unique muscle-building properties that only occlusion training delivers will propel you towards the goals that so often seem elusive. You’re never too young (if you’re over 16) nor too old to strap in, get bigger and stronger faster, and turn heads.
Seeking Improved Performance
The science is rock solid. Occlusion training benefits do not stop at building muscle size and strength. The benefits also include improved muscular and cardiovascular endurance. It gives you the edge over the competition that you seek. It doesn’t matter what your sport is. Occlusion training will take you to new heights – whether it’s football or dance, tennis or swimming, cycling or cross-fit, squash or rugby.
There is a reason why occlusion training has become common practice for elite athletes. It gives them the extra endurance they need to win. Whether you compete against other teams or only against yourself, the endurance benefits of occlusion training are real.
Seeking Accelerated Recovery
The physiological processes that build muscle size and strength are the same processes that repair muscles. Muscles grow when fibers are torn through exercise, repaired and then strengthened in anticipation of the next workout or match. Enhancement follows recovery. Since occlusion training stimulates this physiological process, it also accelerates recovery. Elite athletes know that a faster recovery from a match or other competition means being able to train again sooner and being ready for the next event sooner.
Regardless of your sport, you know that you need to rest and recover before you do it again. If you haven’t recovered, your performance is impaired. A cross-fit enthusiast knows you can’t do two equally intense workouts on the same day. A bodybuilder knows you can’t train legs intensively two days in a row. Speeding up recovery is one of the great benefits of occlusion training.