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Noob here, is blood flow restriction training legit? If so, what should I read before doing it?
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>>42170549
Never heard of it but I have a 152 IQ (professionally tested by a psychologist) and can tell you that if it's advertised by instagram fitness models it's probably a meme
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>>42170549
it's legit, but not legit enough to actually do it in a public gym and be known as the autist who puts rubber bands around his arms
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>>42170549
>Blacky on instagram
>Good fitness advice

Pick one
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>>42170637
I read another source that say you can train biceps and abs everyday
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>>42170590

I like how you had to inform us your IQ level, as it was relevant information. I bet you tell it to everyone and expect them to be in awe.
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>>42170590
I have an IQ of 999 and I do 8 hours arms workout twice every day.So stfu.
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>>42170959
Do you do left and right separately or do you complete isolate the muscles
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>>42170549
>Don't damage your muscle and cause it to rebuild itself bigger as stronger
>Instead waste time everyday getting minor gains, gibs me money boi
Kys
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>>42170968
I do my arms workouts using my clavicular, anterior, and pelvis muscles.I will not bother explaining it to you, because of your lack of understanding of thermodynamics.
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>>42170860
Wow ur stupid man
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>>42170590

I have an IQ of 153 and I believe this instagram model is right though.
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>>42170549
It is legit. There is no shortage of evidence to prove it's effectiveness.

https://www.strengthandconditioningresearch.com/blood-flow-restriction-training-bfr/#7
''most of the studies found that size improvements in the resistance training with blood flow restriction group were greater than in the conventional resistance training group''
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>>42170590
I have an iq of 3 and could tell you that.
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>>42170549
Just remember to not make it too tight so you don't fuck yourself over. Restricting blood flow doesn't mean you stop it.
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>>42170590
I have a 162 IQ (professionally tested by some guy from WoW) and can tell you that if it's posted on /fit/ it's probably a meme
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should i do blood flow restriction when i want neck gainz?
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>>42171079
good one
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>>42171040
This. It's legit. But there's nothing magical about it. A lot of people are trying to make money off of it, trying to sell their version of the concept, when the truth is it's just a way to vary your training.
I've been using it on and off for three years I think. Don't think it's better or worse than regular training. It does burn like a motherfucker though.
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Well yeah you can train everyday, just eat more.
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>>42170590
I have a 151 IQ and couldn't figure this out for the life of me, so thanks anon.
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>>42171079
having done the maths, at 100% neck restriction you SHOULD experience infinite gains
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>>42171040
>most studies on elderly
>the ones that were on young men, showed no different in training with a high intensity or blood flow restriction, except that 1RM were improved more with high intensity training
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>>42170878
Your new is showing
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>>42170878
fuck off redditdude
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Check out myo reps. Get pretty much the same effect without the restriction




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