Working smarter, not harder… 

Most people believe the old adage “work smarter not harder” when it comes to building muscle. Could KAATSU Training be the holy grail of muscle gains? Are there do’s and don’ts that you should know about? Carl Lanore of Super Human Radio interviews Jim Stray-Gunderson, and the program turns out to be one of the best explanations of KAATSU on the Internet.
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KAATSU on MilitaryTimes.com

KAATSU-CYCLE-PACKAGE-500x726What if you could get a total-body, muscles-maxed workout, the kind that usually takes hours under heavy, sweat-soaked weights or pounding miles of road and trail, all in less than 30 minutes?

Better yet, what if — after that kind of workout — not only do you not feel any of the typical soreness that comes with pushing your body to total muscle failure, but you’re ready to do it again within just a few hours?

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Looking and Feeling Great because of KAATSU Training

67-year-old Dr. Yoshiaki Sato, inventor of KAATSU Training is simply a picture of health after a lifetime of KAATSU: no aches, no pains, no pharmaceuticals, no slowing down at the 2015 KAATSU International Symposium at the Harvard Medical School. KAATSU.  Profoundly simple. Simply profound.

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Dr Lyle Nalli explained his testing of KAATSU at Davita HealthCare Partners at the 2015 KAATSU International Symposium at the Harvard Medical School.

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Barry Heyden with KAATSU inventor Dr. Yoshiaki Sato at the 2015 KAATSU International Symposium at the Harvard Medical School.

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Paul Grzymkowski was a great asset while giving a visionary presentation at the 2015 KAATSU International Symposium at the Harvard Medical School.

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Dr. Yoshiaki Sato with Michael Schewitsch at the KAATSU International Symposium at the Harvard Medical School.

The KAATSU Master

The KAATSU Master

The KAATSU Master is a robust, handheld, portable 1,134g (2.5 lbs.) touch-screen device used in hospitals and medical clinics in Japan as well as in fitness gyms, among sports teams, and by military personnel.

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The KAATSU Nano

The KAATSU Nano

The KAATSU Nano is a handheld, portable 263g (9.7 oz.) touch-screen device that works with both KAATSU Air Bands and KAATSU Aqua Bands.

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KAATSU Air Bands

The KAATSU Air Bands are sold as a set, which includes 2 Arm Bands and 2 Leg Bands. KAATSU Air Bands come in 3 sizes: small, medium and large for both the arms and legs.

The KAATSU Air Bands are sold as a set, which includes 2 Arm Bands and 2 Leg Bands. KAATSU Air Bands come in 3 sizes: small, medium and large for both the arms and legs.

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KAATSU Aqua Bands

KAATSU Aqua Bands are neoprene bands that come in 3 sizes: small, medium and large for both the arms and legs. The Arm Bands are shorter and thinner than the longer and wider Leg Bands. Controls on both the KAATSU Master and KAATSU Nano allow for different amounts of compressed air when using the Arm Bands versus the Leg Bands.

KAATSU Aqua Bands are neoprene bands that come in 3 sizes: small, medium and large for both the arms and legs. The Arm Bands are shorter and thinner than the longer and wider Leg Bands. Controls on both the KAATSU Master and KAATSU Nano allow for different amounts of compressed air when using the Arm Bands versus the Leg Bands.

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