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Blood Flow Restriction Training

The basic methodology of blood flow restriction (BFR) training is to reduce arterial blood flow to, and prevent the venous return from the exercising muscles by means of a tourniquet. The real advantages of BFR are that significant strength and hypertrophic gains can be made with very little resistance.

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The Repeated-Bout Effect

Exercise-induced muscle damage is characterised by a delayed-onset muscle soreness and impairment to muscle function, which typically peak 1- to 2-days following novel or predominantly eccentrically-based exercise. …

The Cross-Education Effect

The cross-education (CE) phenomenon describes the strength gain in the opposite untrained limb following unilateral contralateral resistance training. In healthy populations the CE effect can induce strength gains of up to 50%…

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