Robert Heiduk, a sports scientist at the University of Bonn in Germany, is inherently curious and always wants to be at the cutting-edge of human athletic potential.
He has had an interest in KAATSU for many years and finally had the opportunity to study KAATSU. Over the last few months, Heiduk has learned all about 3-point exercises, the KAATSU Cycle, going to failure and sending failure signals up to the CNS. He has worked with other KAATSU Specialists and is convinced KAATSU presents a new and important paradigm in helping athletes achieve their full potential and helping others from all walks of life rehabilitate and improve their state of wellness.
Heiduk will present KAATSU training and KAATSU equipment (KAATSU Master and KAATSU Nano and KAATSU Air Bands) at the strength and conditioning conference, Athletik-Konferenz on September 5th-6th 2015.
Heiduk’s presentation will serve as the official KAATSU premiere in Germany.
He will host a 90-minute pre-conference KAATSU introduction workshop on Friday, September 4th at the University in Bonn. Strength and Conditioning specialists, physios and speakers will also participate.