Have you ever wondered if there is a science-backed method to achieving heavy-weight results for light-weight work? BFR could make this a reality.
In today's podcast Brendan Scott, PhD, explains how blood flow restriction training (BFR) in resistance and endurance training works and how it can benefit triathletes.
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Increase in muscle strength comes via hypertrophy rather than neural adaptations. These neural adaptations are yet to be seen regulated by BFR.
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Hi! I'm your host Mikael,
I am a full-time triathlon coach and an ambitious age-group triathlete. My goal is podium at the Finnish national championships within the next few years.
I first started the website Scientific Triathlon in autumn 2015 as a passion project to share my learnings with a larger triathlon audience. Later on, in early 2017 I started the podcast That Triathlon Show.
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Could you see yourself trying this type of training if you were injured for example, or does it seem too foreign to you to even contemplate?
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