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KAATSU: the Anti-Aging Blood Flow Restriction Training From Japan

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Posted by ORH (TEN MILE, TN) on 02/05/2022

D, ORH here and our 56 year old daughter is visiting and has been a workout freak her entire life. I showed her what I do with KAATSU and she is using the system and is mentally pumped after reading the testimonials on the net. I saw a picture of the Japanese doctor that invented the system and he and wife are in their 70's, but look 40. Look up their picture because they do not have the first wrinkle and have an out of this world physique. Like CDS, this is a biggie. Dr Frank Sellenberger says oxygen in your blood is important, but not like oxygen in your cells. Also suggest you go to the site of Koncentrated K and that will also flabbergast you if you read the story. The biggies are your salvation, not the pimple on my butt thing. ATS ====ORH====

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Posted by Deirdre (EC) on 02/01/2022


Thank you so much for mentioning Kaatsu a month or so ago. I researched it when I saw your post and found it so interesting, I bought a C-3, which is not cheap but has turned out to be a great investment one month in. I use it regularly. So far, noticing increase in strength, circulation in hands and feet a lot better, sleeping more soundly (esp on the days I use it), and muscle tone is improving.

Based on the price, it's definitely not something people should buy unless they know they are going to use it regularly.

I was wondering if you would please submit feedback on your experience with it so far? I will do the same and have created a quick new page on EC in the remedies section, which I will expand on when I have some time. I would love to know what you do with it: exercises, such as the 3-point series on arms and legs, weight training?

And what settings do you use: cycle or training or both? What benefits have you noticed so far?

I'm doing extensive research and training on it ... reading all the literature, taking the certification course, and watching the videos. Also doing lots of experimentation with movement and weights with them on.

Grateful that you mentioned it. This is right up my alley. Thank you so much!