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BFR (Blood Flow Restriction) or Occlusion Training

BFR (Blood Flow Restriction) or Occlusion Training

These Knee Wraps double as BFR Bands. BFR Bands are effective at occluding blood flow in order to utilize more fast twitch muscle fiber to cause growth to muscle.

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Army MFT Master Fitness Trainer course Phase 2 - Day 7/8/9

Army MFT Master Fitness Trainer course Phase 2 - Day 7/8/9

Army MFT Day 7/10 consisted of starting in the lab and going through the proper Squat movement.

 

To Start:

  • Stand with your feet slightly wider than your hips.
  • Your toes should be pointed slightly outward – about 5 to 20 degrees outward (the wider your stance, the more you’ll want to rotate your feet outward).
  • Look straight ahead and pick a spot on the wall in front of you.
  • Look at this spot the entire time you squat, not looking down at the floor or up at the ceiling.

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Army MFT Master Fitness Trainer course Phase 2 - Day 4/5/6 M-CFA

Army MFT Master Fitness Trainer course Phase 2 - Day 4/5/6 M-CFA

On Day 6 we started with the M-CFA Assessment (COMBAT FITNESS ASSESSMENT) which included a rope climb, 300m shuttle sprint, kettlebell carry, pullups, ball throw, burpees, and a 800m run. Some of these can be viewed at www.instagram.com/rackrunners_ or www.facebook.com/rackrunners1

Army MFT Master Fitness Trainer course Phase 2 - Day 3

Army MFT Master Fitness Trainer course Phase 2 - Day 3

Anaerobic / Lactic Threshold - This threshold is the point in your endurance activity between a maintainable pace and one that is becoming gradually harder.

  • The point where your body starts to produce more lactate (lactic acid) than it is able to use to produce more ATP
  • It can be measured in BPM and/or pace.
  • There are different ways of finding out your anaerobic/lactic threshold through either field testing or clinical testing.

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