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Blood Flow Restriction Training

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • This course will introduce you to the new and exciting training modality, Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT). Blood Flow Restriction Training is the brief and intermittent occlusion of both arterial and venous blood flow using a tourniquet while exercising at low intensities. Restricting the blood flow using a medical-grade tourniquet has been shown in scientific studies to be both safe and effective. A significant benefit of BFRT is building strength and muscle size while using light weights or resistance bands. For this reason, BFRT is a great strategy for those who cannot lift heavy weights, like the elderly or those recuperating from and injury but still want the benefits of high-intensity training.
    InstructorEd Le Cara, DC, PhD, MBA, ATC, CSCS
    About the InstructorEd Le Cara, DC, PhD, MBA, ATC, CSCS Ed has been helping people overcome pain and return to activities for over 20 years. He currently practices full time in his multi-disciplinary clinic, Body Lounge Park Cities, located in Dallas, Texas. When not seeing patients, he helps health and fitness professionals bridge the gap between available scientific literature and practical application.
    Subject BreakdownIntroduction what is BFR - 8:14 Lesson 1: Equipment needed for BFR 1:06 Lesson 2: Measuring limb 2:50 Lesson 3: Applying Cuff 3:09 Lesson 4: Ischemic preconditioning (BFRM_13) 9:47 Lesson 5: Cellular swelling lower (BFRM_14) 7:32 Lesson 6: Cellular swelling upper (BFRM_15) 4:22 Lesson 7: Isolated exercise upper (BFRM_16) 7:04 Lesson 8: Isolated exercise lower (BFRM_17) 5:30 Lesson 9: Treadmill (BFRM_39) 1:43 Lesson 10: Risk Categories, Contraindications 8:28 Lesson 11: Case Study 7:37
    Total Credits1.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
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