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Including everything from how BFR works, to how to best incorporate it in your training sessions.
Here you’ll find all you need to know to make the most of your Hytro Performance TechWear.

What is BFR?

BFR involves applying a strap to the arms or legs,  allowing  oxygenated blood to flow  into the limbs, while restricting the return flow.

Read more here, to find out what happens when you incorporate BFR with exercise.

BFR Training

BFR can be used as a solo workout, or in addition to traditional strength training. It can be used with weights, resistance bands or bodyweight. Maximise the effect of your training by adding 15-20 minutes of BFR to your workout. Strap in.

BFR Training Plans

BFR creates a powerful stimulus for muscle building when used with almost any type of training, giving you the biggest bang for buck with any workout you choose.

USER GUIDE

Here you’ll find everything you need to know as a champion of Hytro

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BFR Research

Discover the science behind BFR and uncover the mechanisms to progress quickly.

Safety Guide

BFR Exercise is a safe and secure method of training for everyone from elite athletes to robust people.

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July 5th, 2022Alpine Academy drivers wearing Hytro BFR Tee

How Alpine Academy are using Hytro BFR wearables with their athlete drivers

Alpine Academy, a program that supports young drivers to develop their career, uses the Hytro BFR wearables in both training and recovery to improve performance.

June 30th, 2022Hytro Newcastle Falcons and Newcastle Thunder logos

Newcastle Falcons and Newcastle Thunder announce Hytro as official BFR training partner

Hytro is set to provide Newcastle Falcons and Newcastle Thunder with BFR wearables to assist the Men's first teams in pushing the boundaries of their performance.

June 28th, 2022St Helens player's recover using Hytro BFR

Reigning champions St Helens use Hytro BFR

Matt Daniels, Head of Strength and Conditioning, shares how St Helens rugby league team are using Blood Flow Restriction to gain an edge on their opponents.