B3 BFR Bands for Brain Health Benefits

Strengthening the Brain with Blood Flow Restriction Training

Strong Muscles Benefit Your Brain

Muscle Loss is a Factor in Brain Degeneration and Conditions like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's

Study: Associations between Brain Structural Damage and Core Muscle Loss in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease


Core muscle loss is common in Parkinson’s (PD) patients, the identification of which may lead to morbidity and mortality, potentially altering individual patient treatment plans.

Muscle Strength is Independently Related to Brain Atrophy in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Study: Muscle Strength is Independently Related to Brain Atrophy in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease


Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia worldwide. Interestingly, muscle mass (MM) and muscle strength (MS) are related to AD. In addition to the muscle profile, brain atrophy is also a prominent feature of AD. There is substantial evidence showing an association between muscle profile and dementia.

The Problem: Most Seniors can't or won't do vigorous exercise

The Solution: Light exercise with B3 Bands simulates vigorous exercise in your body!

B3 Bands can help Seniors to build and maintain Muscle Mass and Muscle Strength with Light Exercise:

  • Light Exercise, Even Walking creates a Wonderful Fatigue when the Bands are on
  • Allows Seniors to realize a Natural Growth Hormone release in the Body
  • Growth Hormone has positive effects on Muscle and Strength
  • BFR Exercise has also been proven to improve Cerebral Blood Flow (see below)

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BFR Studies Show Cognitive and Brain Benefits

BFR Exercise Has Positive Effect on the Brain by Increasing Cerebral Blood Flow

Study: Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Exercise on Cerebral Blood Flow


BFR Training may have a positive effect on the brain by increasing cerebral blood flow and may be useful in the management of diseases such as stroke and cognitive disorders caused by brain dysfunction


Strengthening the Brain: Is Resistance Training with Blood Flow Restriction an Effective Strategy for Cognitive Improvement?

Peer Review


There is growing evidence that resistance training induces substantial brain changes which contribute to improved cognitive functions.

The lower exercise load during a resistance training with BFR could be beneficial for certain people since those lower exercise loads pose lower mechanical stress to the joints

Resistance training with BFR is more efficient to increase muscle hypertrophy and strength as compared to the same resistance training without BFR


Parkinson's Patient Case Study



The results were that BFR training can produce functional improvements, reduce restless leg syndrome symptoms and can be safely utilized with a subject with Parkinson's who wishes to maintain their ability to remain recreationally active.

Low-load resistance training with BFR could be a promising strategy especially for older adults unable to tolerate high loads.


BFR Exercise shows positive benefits for autonomic and endothelial function improvements in people with Parkinson’s Disease

Study: Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Resistance Training on Autonomic and Endothelial Function in Persons with Parkinson’s Disease


Low intensity BFR improved homocysteine levels, peripheral circulation, supine blood pressure and heart rate variability more than High Intensity Training


Low Intensity BFR may be more effective than High Intensity Training for autonomic and endothelial function improvements in people with Parkinson’s Disease and hemodynamic loads may be lessened in BFR protocols using single-joint exercises with intermittent blood flow restriction.

BFR Training as Safe as Light Exercise

Exercise: Walking


  • These findings suggest that at-risk populations can perform BFR without fear of overt cardiovascular risk.

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Safety Study Yoga

Exercise: Yoga


  • We found that there were no further elevations in arterial blood pressure and myocardial oxygen demand when / B  Strong Bands were added to yoga practices.
  • Our findings indicate that / B Strong Bands can be applied to yoga while avoiding unfavorable hemodynamic responses and preserving the intended effects on muscle hypertrophy.

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Easy Exercises for Seniors

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