occlusion training

The most recent study is yet another win for occlusion training. Researchers investigated the short-term effects of reduced blood flow during training.
Isn't it nice when scientific research seems to agree about something? According to a recent review, there's universal agreement that occlusion training helps build muscle strength and size.
What if you could get your beach muscles and increase your muscle strength using less weight and doing less work than you currently train with? All by tying a tourniquet around your limbs!
Occlusion training involves cutting blood flow to the muscles in order to enhance muscle growth. Sound crazy? New research says it helped Div IA football players increase their 1RM on squat and bench.