KLARNA / CLEARPAY NOW AVAILABLE

My Basket

close search

Talking BFR Training with the Pacey Performance Podcast

Hytro founder, Dr Warren Bradley brings BFR training to the table with Sportsmith founder Rob Pacey and the team. An incredible insight in to how it works and how it is being used across the world of sports and training.

Dr Warren Bradley, Founder of Hytro

With over 5 million downloads, the Pacey Performance Podcast created by Sportsmith is the most influential strength and conditioning podcast in the world. Hundreds of thought leaders and industry experts have shared experiences from their careers in professional sports, providing education, research, and insights for established and aspiring practitioners.

Sportsmith is research and science driven, taking a no BS approach to elite training and physiology. It was the perfect platform to educate the wider elite sports market about Hytro’s game changing training and recovery blood flow restriction (BFR) solution.

On the podcast were elite practitioners John Noonan (Performance Coach and Lecturer) and Pete McKnight (Director of Coaching and Sport Science – Hintsa Performance), and Hytro’s Founder Dr Bradley, hosted by Sportsmith’s Director Rob Pacey who is an ex-professional footballer turned successful Strength and Conditioning Coach.

We began the discussion around the growing usage of BFR Training for improving athleticism and recovery vs its traditional uses in rehab. However, significant flaws with existing BFR systems have kept BFR in the dark ages, so the development of a more practical and accessible form of BFR has been warranted for some time. Hytro’s BFR wearables was created to solve these problems, providing a safe and practical solution for both elite and recreational athletes to unlock the benefits of BFR Training for competitive advantage.

The podcast goes on to detail the science and safety behind Hytro’s patented BFR solution, how the products are successfully being used by professional sports clubs across the UK, and the expert’s opinions on Hytro BFR wearables use in their own practices. Spoiler alert – “it’s definitely in my S&C tool box”.

Listen to the podcast

Related articles

November 25th, 2022Hytro BFR partner with Rehab 4 Performance R4P

Hytro continue to grow sports BFR community, partnering with Rehab 4 Performance

Hytro, the first Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) wearable designed specifically to improve sports performance, has extended its presence within professional sport following the announcement of a partnership with Rehab 4 Performance (R4P) the world class Physiotherapy, Sports Injury, Rehabilitation and Performance Centre specialising in dealing with professional athletes.

November 3rd, 2022

Primed for the Premiership: How Newcastle Falcons are using Hytro for performance

With the rugby union season well under way, players and teams are focused on maximising training efficiency to best prepare for winning games. We caught up with Head of Athletic Performance at Newcastle Falcons, Kevin McShane, to learn how his players prepared for the season ahead.

November 1st, 2022Charlie Faulkner Strength and Conditioning Coach at the Lawn Tennis Association

Serving up success: How LTA athletes are using Hytro BFR to enhance recovery and increase strength

Charlie Faulkner, Strength and Conditioning Coach at the Lawn Tennis Association, was one of the first elite coaches to embrace Hytro BFR as a training and recovery modality for his athletes. We caught up with him to hear how he’s been getting on.