Blood Flow Restriction: Miracle Return to Play Adjunct or Therapy Fad?

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November 13, 2018

Blood flow restriction: miracle return to play adjunct or therapy fad? | BJSM blog – social media’s leading SEM voice

By Paul Blazey @blazey85 Blood flow restriction training (BFRT) is attracting more and more attention as sports teams look at different ways to minimize return to play times for their athletes. In 2016, Paul Head (T: @PHphysio) introduced us to the benefits of blood flow restriction training for clinical populations (https://blogs.bmj.com/bjsm/2016/10/18/can-blood-flow-restriction-training-improve-outcomes-clinical-populations/), and more recent BJSM […]Read More…

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Velocity-Based Training (VBT) conceptually seems to be very simple: the use of velocity measurements to gain daily feedback on training. However, are we OVER-simplifying the use of velocity for monitoring and coaching purposes? A look into the existing literature on VBT might indicate that things ar

Decline in Match Running Performance in Football is affected by an Increase in Game Interruptions

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