"Lifting weights like a caveman is so 1990s. Use B Strong to be faster, safer, and better. It’s one of the best biohacks there is to get strong and lean without even breaking a sweat!" 



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Mark Wahlberg

"I get results. I'm getting twice the pump in half the time and getting more results, and I've been able to work twice as hard.  

B Strong, Baby." 


"I started B Strong BFR workouts when I was recovering from a hip injury. The benefits of these short workouts in strength and fitness were surprising. I found

B Strong not only helped make me stronger in my injury side but also throughout my body."

Knee Reconstruction Patient

"Anyone going through a surgery like mine (ACL, PCL, LCL) I would definitely recommend this as a form of exhausting your body, exhausting your legs, and being able to build the muscle and build the strength to make progress."


Dave Asprey, of Bulletproof Radio, recently interviewed Dr. Jim Stray-Gundersen on How Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training can Revolutionize Your Fitness. Learn how blood flow restriction training can bring down high weight, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and high blood sugar.



Gain More While Doing Less

One of the biggest benefits of BFR training is the ability to achieve the same results from low intensity resistance exercises as those achieved through high-intensity resistance training (i.e weightlifting). With BFR training, you use much lighter weights. This makes BFR training ideal for people that cannot lift heavy weights due to injury, age or other factors.

Increased Strength and Muscle Size

Even though very light weights are used, BFR training increases protein synthesis similar to traditional strength training. The increase in protein synthesis combined with reduced muscle damage puts the body in the best possible position for building lean muscle. Because BFR causes less muscle damage, gains have been observed faster than in traditional strength training.

Anti-Aging Effects

BFR training with B Strong stimulates the production of Growth Hormone which helps promote growth of lean muscle. BFR training produces a “systemic effect” due to the hormonal release into the body’s circulatory system. While only arms and/or legs may have been under restriction, the hormonal release into the blood stream goes everywhere and benefits any are of the body that was exercised (core, back, etc).  Doing low intensity workouts with B STRONG allows you to get the maximum benefits without the wear and tear on your body. 


BFR training allows individuals recovering from a hard workout, competition, or injury to maintain physical fitness, increase strength, and reduce atrophy. By limiting blood flow to the muscles, users can work the muscles without placing excessive weight on the limb.  If a part of the body is comprised from being able to tolerate normal training, BFR may provide an alternative form of training to still fatigue the body without added stress.  In addition, the systemic aspect of BFR means that non-compromised parts of the body may be trained as normal, so instead of sitting around waiting for the body to repair itself, you can actively produce an anabolic release (i.e. Growth Hormone, etc) that benefits all parts of the body.  For injury recovery, always consult a qualified medical professional for proper care and guidance.


  • What is the best way to start B Strong training?

    The best way to start using the B Strong Training System is to measure your limb girths, order a system, fill out the information and download the app. The guidance app will take you from there, suggest exercise options, and prescribe appropriate pressures to keep your sessions safe and effective!

  • How long will it take to see an effect?

    By using B Strong BFR bands along with the guidance app, you should see a marked improvement on the order of 10% strength gains in as little as 10-15 sessions if done 3-5x per week, 1x per day. Our application is designed to keep you safe and work your way toward the pressures that are appropriate for you, as each individual is different. B Strong is much more than just BFR bands. We bring you the expertise in an easy-to-implement fashion so you can simply Pump up ‘n Go™.

  • Where do I place the B Strong bands?

    B Strong BFR bands are only placed in two locations. 

    For arms, the BFR bands are placed high up, above the bicep and below the deltoid. The bands are designed thin enough to get above the bicep so that when the bicep contracts, the bands allow some expansion of the muscle. If you experience any kind of pain, it is likely because the bands are placed too low. 

    For legs, the BFR bands are placed as high up on the quad as is comfortable. 

    For both arms and legs, the white valve should be pointing inward toward the opposite side of your body and if there is a gap between the two ends of the bladder, this should be rotated so it is on the outside surface of the limb. 

    According to leading BFR expert Jim Stray-Gundersen, MD, the reason BFR bands are only placed in these two locations is that it allows B Strong to restrict flow to the maximum amount of muscle mass. B Strong produces a systemic effect, which means your whole body will benefit from the exercise if you are doing exercises that engage core and trunk muscles. So, if you are looking to improve calf or ankle function, you don't put the bands around the calf, as this leaves out the large quad and hamstring muscles and will produce a minimal systemic effect.

  • Is there a recommended period of time to wear B Strong bands?

    There is no optimal time to use B Strong. However, you may enjoy your B Strong blood flow restriction training session more if you establish a regular schedule. It is not recommended to do B Strong right after a large meal and for some, doing B Strong or any exercise just before bedtime may impact their ability to fall asleep.

  • What types of exercises can you do with B Strong trainingsystem?

    You can do any exercise you can imagine with your B Strong Training System™. The most important point is to follow the guidance of the app. In the app, you should follow the B Strong regimen for sets and repetitions to achieve muscle failure.

    Any light weight or partial body weight exercises can be performed with the B Strong Training System™. Jim Stray-Gundersen, MD, BFR expert and co-founder of B Strong, recommends starting with the basic exercises described in the app, then gradually incorporating exercises most specific to the activities relevant to your lifestyle. Examples include cyclists “B-ing” Strong on a stationary bike with BFR bands on their legs or baseball players throwing with BFR bands on their arms.


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