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Hytro

Safety Guide

Research examining the safety of BFR exercise has concluded that it is a safe and novel method for training athletes, healthy persons, and potentially those individuals with various co-existing medical conditions.

Users must read and consider the safety checklist and warnings below before using our product.

working out with bfr
  • Put on the garment and tighten the strap to a subjective measure of 7/10. 10/10 is as tight as possible and 5/10 is a mild to moderate squeeze.
  • This will feel uncomfortable but must not be painful. If it feels painful, reduce tightness slightly.
  • See our workout guides for an exercise that suits you 
  • If during your selected exercise use you feel pain, significant tingling sensations, or numbness, it means the bands are too tight. Reduce the tightness and start again.
  • If you feel no pressure build up or throbbing at all, the bands are too loose. Increase the tightness and start again.
  • Your limbs may temporarily become mottled and quickly return to normal when at rest
  • After your training session remove the strap and allow the blood flow to return to normal.
warnings
  • Please read the safety checklist below for full medical instructions.
  • Do not perform BFR training for more than 20 minutes a day.
  • Reduce strap tightness if you experience the following – pain (discomfort is expected), significant tingling sensations or numbness or a drop in blood pressure.
  • Discontinue use if negative effects persist with lower band tightness.

Disclaimer: Use of Hytro garments is at the risk of the user. Hytro takes no responsibility for any harm or injury that occurs when using Hytro garments.

Disclaimer: Use of Hytro garments is at the risk of the user. Hytro takes no responsibility for any harm or injury that occurs when using Hytro garments.