When folks ask me what they can do with their KAATSU, my answer’s pretty much the same. Just add KAATSU to your regular exercise routine. You might have to switch up a few things to accommodate KAATSU, but it can be added to pretty much any activity as a boost.
For those who do resistance training and who enjoy and are able to lift heavy, keep on keeping on. You can add KAATSU as a finishing set after you’ve done your regular sets at your normal weight. Use KAATSU with no weights or very light weights to get an extra boost without adding more mechanical stress to your already tired muscles.
If you’re wanting to grow muscle but don’t relish the thought of heavy resistance training, you can use KAATSU to get better results using low-intensity resistance training. I’ve mentioned in many previous posts how research on KAATSU has demonstrated KAATSU’s ability to grow muscle using low intensity exercise. This is real. This isn’t made up. This has been researched and is absolutely true. If you don’t believe it, try KAATSU for yourself and find out.
For me, I use KAATSU daily. Sometimes I use it passively, sometimes I use it while taking a walk or riding a bike. Even with low intensity cycling on flat terrain (low gears, spinning, low speeds), I can use KAATSU and feel a burn in my legs. It’s counterintuitive to do less but get more results, but that’s the KAATSU effect.
If you’ve got questions, please let me know. I’m here to answer questions about KAATSU!
Disclaimer: KAATSU protocols have not been evaluated by Health Canada. KAATSU is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and its use should be evaluated by your own physician before use.