Marin Lazic Podcast John Doolittle- KAATSU Training

Marin Lazic Podcast John Doolittle- KAATSU Training

Episode Description

KAATSU is a very safe and effective form of exercise, rehabilitation, and recovery. It was invented in Japan in 1966 by Professor Yoshiaki Sato, M.D., Ph.D. Professor Sato first conceived what’s now known as KAATSU in 1966 while sitting on the floor in the traditional Japanese posture known as “seiza.” After realising that his blood circulation was blocked in his lower legs, he envisioned a training method that focused on blood flow moderation. Professor Sato began experimenting on himself with bicycle tubes, ropes, judo belts, and bands at various pressures all over his body, methodically keeping track of which type of bands and pressures were safest and most effective. Over the next two decades, he applied KAATSU to thousands of clients and learned what worked best for people of all ages and backgrounds with various kinds of afflictions.

Depending on what your goals are, there is an optimal KAATSU application for you. Whether you are looking for a quick injury recovery, are stiving for that extra athletic edge when you perform, or simply want to preserve your youth and maintain muscle tone, there are specific protocols for you.

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