KAATSU Press and Testimonials
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The most distinctive feature of KAATSU training is that it produces a significant effect… in a short time… using extremely light loads.KAATSU Training
Chris Morgan, Olympic Coach
The reason the athletes I’m working with like training with the KAATSU Bands is [because] when they’re doing it they really feel like they’re working hard; and when they take them off, they’re able to recover very, very fast.Chris Morgan
Harvard Medical School Professors
My quality of life has noticeably improved while using KAATSU. I have an improved range of motion in my right elbow and improved function of my right arm. I have seen a significant increase in my right bicep and right tricep muscle mass and strength. I have more flexibility in both shoulders and my blood pressure was lower when using KAATSU (108/75) versus not (120/80). Curiously, I also found that my fingernails grow very rapidly when using KAATSU.
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Several Japanese Olympic medalists have used KAATSU Training in their preparation for the Olympics.
Noriaki Kasai is the most recent.
At the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, Kasai was a double medalist in Sochi (silver and bronze) as the oldest medalist in Sochi at the age of 41.
He regularly uses KAATSU and is looking forward to winning gold as a 45-year-old at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Korea.Noriaki Kasai