An Introduction to

BFR Training



Learn how to implement Blood Flow Restriction training safely and effectively.


Blood flow restriction can help improve client outcomes and scale your business


This engaging and easy to follow course will provide health and performance professionals with the tools and scientific knowledge required to safely prescribe BFR training.


Introducing BFR into your practice will not only benefit your clients, it can also help you to scale your business by offering a new, effective specialisation.

Why BFR Training?

Help clients move better

Help clients move better

When combined with accurate assessments and appropriate training programs, BFR can help your clients, whether healthy or load-compromised, safely increase muscle strength and balance.

Help clients move better

Train clients remotely

BFR makes it easy for patients to train remotely and still build strength, without requiring heavy weights or any equipment- perfect for at-home prescription.

Help clients move better

Reach a wider group of clients

Become a BFR specialist and widen your service offering to a whole new type of clientele, from injured or post-operative to athletic populations.

Help clients move better

Safely program and streamline rehabilitation

An effective method to help clients build strength and safely return from injury. BFR is an ideal training methodology to implement with post-operative patients.

Help clients move better

Expand your expertise

Continue to develop your own practical skills, while also earning Continuing Education Unites (CEUs) to help with your recertification process.

Help clients move better

Maintain existing clients

Augment training programs for your existing clients with BFR, helping them to achieve their results faster.

New to Blood Flow Restriction?


Blood flow restriction (BFR) is a scientifically validated training method where you partially restrict arterial inflow and fully restrict venous outflow during exercise.

By restricting the blood flow, higher levels of metabolic stress is created. Both metabolic stress and mechanical tension are associated with increased muscle growth. Because BFR can create this metabolic stress, exercises can be performed with low-load resistance training and achieve the same if not better results than traditional strength training.


Sign into your account



Continue your journey to become a BFR specialist or contact us to learn more.