Slowly But Surely When Using The KAATSU Cycle 2.0

Green Beret and Purple Heart recipient Joe Lowrey finished off his physical therapy session at the Long Beach Veterans Affairs Hospital with several KAATSU Cycles on the new KAATSU Cycle 2.0.

Under the guidance of KAATSU Master Specialist David Tawil, Lowrey started out at a very low, conservative pressure (Group Low at 80 SKU on the first repetition of the KAATSU Cycle 2.0) for the first 4 minute 40 second KAATSU Cycle. He continued doing additional KAATSU Cycles, each time increasing the pressures with the six pre-set KAATSU Cycle pressure levels.

Lowrey stepped up the pressure to the Group Medium and High levels on the next two Cycles. Then he gradually increased to higher pressures on the Pro mode (that ranges from 180 to 400 SKU) over the next three Cycles.

The effect was a hormonal and metabolic response that enabled him to reach his maximum flexibility of his left arm and shoulder, and maximum relaxation of his injured left arm.