Houston Texans using BFR training

20 February 2015


AP Photo/Patric Schneider


In November, researchers at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) shared how their use of blood flow restriction (BFR), or “tourniquet,” training is helping wounded warriors return to health.

Houston Texans to introduce the BFR training technique to several of their players — including 2014 top draft pick Jadeveon Clowney — rehabilitating post-operatively. To learn more about occlusion training, check out our post on the Forbes article regarding using blood flow restriction therapy after football injuries.