BFR Exercise, The Science

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) exercise is the combination of partial blood flow restriction and low-intensity cardiovascular or resistance based exercise.

How does it work?

Limb Compression

By compressing the of the top of the limb, blood flow leaving a set of working muscles is reduced, creating a state of reduced oxygen to replicate high-intensity exercise.

As a result, when training at low-intensities, injured and healthy athletes or patients can benefit from improvements to the muscles, tendons, and bone.

20 years of research

Grounded in decades of science

Researched for over 20 years, BFR exercise has become increasingly prevalent amongst physiotherapy clinics and elite athletes used as a means to rehabilitate from injury and improve athletic performance

Before Suji

BFR exercise being used in the presence of a certified physiotherapist and undertaken with $6000 equipment.

After Suji

Using exercise and health data Suji personalises your exercise regimes to affordably bring the same experience to your gym and home setting.

Enjoy reduced soreness and improved performance

Pain Relief

Enjoy reduced soreness with Suji by tackling exercise induced and chronic joint pain. Complete up 20 minutes with suji each day to reduce joint pain by 70%.

Stronger Muscles

Improve muscle strength with Suji. By targeting specific muscle groups you can improve muscle strength by 31%. Stronger muscles prevent joint pain and improve athletic performance.

Build Fatigue Resistance

Go further, faster with Suji. Effectively incorporated into an aerobic exercise regime time to exhaustion can be increased.

Build Muscle

Support your joints and athletic performance with Suji's muscle building programmes.

Research