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Training Bands ByKottos for Legs - Blood Flow Restriction Braces

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NEVER GOT THOSE WELL DEFINED LEGS?

ARE YOU TIRED OF TRYING TO GET THAT GREAT DEFINITION, WITH NO RESULT?

  • Gaining muscles can be a real challenge for some people. There are many methods and training programs for building muscular legs, some of them very good.
 
  • Blood flow restriction is the newest training tool and it seems to be extremely efficient as long as it is used properly.
 
  • Follow the training instructions, allow time, and you will see some really good gains.  

WE HAVE THE BEST SOLUTION FOR YOU

BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION BANDS FOR AN EASIER WAY TO GAIN MUSCLES
 

  • Occlusion training involves wrapping a strap, like a wrist wrap or knee wrap around the top of a limb at a pressure sufficient to occlude or obstruct blood flow to the veins, but not to the arteries. This way the arteries continue to deliver blood to the limb, and the blood pools in the limb as the veins struggle to take it back to the heart.
 
  • Wrap at a pressure that lifters perceived to be a 7 on a scale of 10 on the legs, and a 5-6 on the arms, reliably occluded the veins but not the arteries. This is as tight as you should go, and no tighter.

NOW LET'S BUILD SOME MUSCLES

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    "li"With occlusion training you will see muscle gains in a shorter period of time than in a traditional training. 
 
    "li"Select a weight no more than 20-25% of your usual weight lifted.
 
    "li"Best workout routine recommended is 4 sets with reps of 30, 15, 15, 10 with 30 seconds rest between sets.

ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS

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    "li"For that, we want to make sure that you will get the best products on the market. We're working hard on that!
 
  • All our products come in a high quality stylish pouch, to help you take good care of your accessories 
 
  • Our reviews speak for ourselves. We believe that is the small details which make the difference, that's why we pay huge attention to details.
 
    "li"Quality is our signature and you'll find that in all our products!

Training Bands ByKottos for Legs - Blood Flow Restriction Braces

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