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KAATSU TRAINING

KAATSU Training

The Ultimate Biohack

KAATSU Training

The Ultimate Biohack

What Is KAATSU?

KAATSU is a efficient and effective form of exercise, rehabilitation and recovery invented in Japan in 1966.

Patented KAATSU equipment enable controlled moderation of blood flow out of your arms and legs. When the pneumatic KAATSU bands are inflated, your arms and legs are safely engorged in blood that subsequently leads to a cascade of positive physiological effects.

KAATSU is supported by extensive research, specific protocols and patented procedures in sports, exercise, rehabilitation and wellness activities both in the water and on land.

KAATSU is a Japanese word and trademarked term where KA (加) means “additional” and ATSU (圧) means “pressure”.


Benefits Of KAATSU

Quick Recovery
Quick Recovery

As a non-impact exercise, KAATSU enables effective, efficient rehabilitation and eliminates muscle atrophy.

Lean Muscle
Lean Muscle

KAATSU leads to HGH secretion that helps create lean muscle mass and stronger bones.

Cardiovascular Health
Cardiovascular Health

KAATSU leads to the production of Nitric Oxide to help maintain and improve vascular elasticity.

Anti-Aging
Anti-Aging

KAATSU improves stamina, metabolism, and delays the aging process for all ages.

Increase Endurance
Increase Endurance

HGH creates increased energy levels and exercise performance.


Application Of KAATSU

Rehabilitation
Application of KAATSU
Athletic Performance
Application of KAATSU
Anti-Aging Wellness
Application of KAATSU

Depending on what your goals are, there is an optimal KAATSU application for you. Whether you are looking for a quick injury recovery, are stiving for that extra athletic edge when you perform, or simply want to preserve your youth and maintain muscle tone, there are specific protocols for you.

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