B Strong Guided Training for IBM

One Harmonic Motion and B Strong Training Systems have teamed up to provide a unique opportunity to members of the Inclusion Body Myositis (IBM) community.  Blood flow restriction training has been shown in the research to be beneficial to those diagnosed with this inflammatory muscle disease that is characterized by progressive muscle wasting.

We are personally seeing excellent individual results as well with implementing B Strong BFR into regular exercise programs for those who have IBM. This type of training allows individuals with IBM to get the benefits that are typically associated with lifting heavy weights while minimizing muscle damage by using lighter loads combined with with B Strong.   Additional benefits are discussed here.

In light of these findings, B Strong and One Harmonic Motion are looking for four more individuals who have been diagnosed with IBM to join a guided training group over two months.

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As a part of enrolling in the training group, you will receive an Individual B Strong Training System to trial, be provided with two months of guided training, and an opportunity to try out this training method.

If you are interested in additional information, please fill out the form below and we will reach out:

To learn more about research on IBM and blood flow restriction training, please check out the follow resources:

Lecture from the Myositis Association’s 2018 Annual Patient Conference on blood flow restriction (BFR) training.

Effects of bloodflow-restricted resistance training on muscle function in a 74-year-old male with sporadic inclusion body myositis: a case report.

Bloodflow restricted resistance training in patients with sporadic inclusion body myositis: a randomized controlled trial.

To learn more about IBM, the Johns Hopkins Myositis Center has some valuable resources that can be accessed here.