...a specialised training method where pressure is applied to either the upper arms or legs by wearing specialised belts similar to blood pressure cuffs.
Proven By Science,
Backed By Results
- Increase muscle strength and size
- Improve fitness levels
- Accelerate recovery
- Improve bone formation
- Decrease joint & tendon pain
Lower the intensity, increase the results
By adding BFR cuffs to your exercises, you only need to lift 20-30% of your normal training loads to improve muscle strength & size.
Ideal for walking
BFR training is great for any low-intensity cardio-based training and can be used in almost any activity such as walking and cycling to improve your fitness levels.
Perfect for recovery from injury or surgery
Adding BFR to your training or rehab program after injury or surgery can decrease joint & tendon pain making exercising a pain-free experience.
Get Results With
As cliche as it is, Blood Flow Restriction training allows you to train at lower intensities for a similar result!
Start training online 1-on-1 with Chris today and experience the results his clients are raving about.
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'I absolutely love working with Chris at TheBFR.co
It's a crucial part of my training and results.'
Australian Olympic Sprinter
What People Are Saying About Working with Chris
3 weeks prior to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Cedric tore his hamstring which nearly derailed his Olympic campaign. Normally a 6-week injury, he completed an accelerated hamstring rehab and strengthening program with TheBFR.co which got him to the line and compete with no issues.
At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, in lane 8 of her 200m semi-final she smashed her own personal best and narrowly missed out on the final with a finish time of 22.56 seconds to finish 12th overall.
HOW TO GET STARTED
BFR Cuff Sets
If you don't have a pair of BFR cuffs yet, head to our shop and purchase yours today.
TheBFR.co provides a variety of online coaching programs to suit all types of needs and goals.
Chris works 1-on-1 with clients all around the world, tailoring programs to suit individual needs.
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