KLARNA / CLEARPAY NOW AVAILABLE
Search and filter our articles
Dr Warren Bradley, the founder of Hytro, talks Blood Flow Restriction Training with Justin Lima and Fernando Leon Levy of the Strength Coach Network on their latest podcast. Dr Warren discusses using BFR safely, how to integrate BFR Training into existing training schedules and how to use it to support recovery, plus much more.
The world’s leading elite athletes and their coaches use Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training. It’s a key part of their daily training and recovery protocols. It delivers the competitive edge they seek to improve performance and aid recovery.
The partnership will see Hytro provide unique BFR technology to the Men’s 1st team, in an effort to support the club and its players to break through the boundaries of their performance and explore what can be achieved at the forefront of strength, recovery and endurance training.
Alpine Academy has announced Hytro as the team’s Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training supplier. Academy and Affiliates drivers will train with Hytro BFR wearables which are proven to improve performance and speed up recovery.
St. Helens are one of a rapidly growing roster of elite clubs and athletes using Hytro BFR wearables in their training. We are delighted to have extended our relationship with a group of such world class elite athletes.
Hytro has announced Pete McKnight, Coaching and Sports Science Director at Hintsa Performance to advise on their wearable performance products which are proven to increase strength and speed up recovery.
Hytro has announced Yanto Barker, founder of cycling brand Le Col, and Nikki Doucet, former Nike Senior Exec, to advise on their wearable performance products which are proven to increase strength and speed up recovery.
When it comes to workouts, any one of a number of factors can affect how ready your body is to perform. Perhaps you went too hard the day before, or maybe you’ve been busy at work. It may be down to stress at work, or even just a late night followed by an early start.
Now, more than ever, we believe it is vitally important to explore the capability of BFR so that the scientific literature can evolve still further. Research is constantly developing to produce new ways of thinking that lead to innovative uses of BFR.
CrossFit is unique in that it covers such a wide range of attributes, which is why training is also so varied. Using innovative techniques such as Blood Flow Restriction can give you an advantage over other athletes and set you on your way to not only becoming a better CrossFit athlete, but also breaking your CrossFit records.
The beauty of BFR is that its designed to recruit all the muscle fibres, optimally using the muscle whilst only requiring a weight that is 20-30% of your 1 rep max. No excuses or obstacles to a great workout any more.
Exclusive offers, access to events and workout content.