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DISCOVER HYTRO

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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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 11th, 2022

Hytro BFR to be subject of exciting new research into recovery of top-flight rugby with James Morehen of Bristol Bears

Hytro are delighted to announce a new research project between Dr Warren Bradley, co-founder of Hytro, Dr James Morehen, author of The Performance Nutritionist, and Premiership Rugby side Bristol Bears.
Together, they will use Hytro BFR to carry out the first practical BFR study that’s ever been done in professional sport.

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.