Lessening the Load: Japanese Training System Inspires University of Oklahoma Exercise Professor's Research
Wilkerson, April, THE JOURNAL RECORD
A University of Oklahoma exercise science professor's drive to help older populations has intersected with a Japanese man's business interests.
The result: ongoing research with a training system that could play a role in rehabilitation, physical therapy and bone health.
And it all began as something of a fluke.
A few years ago, when Dr. Michael Bemben took his first sabbatical since arriving at OU, he opted to study at Tokyo Metropolitan University and focus on a piece of ultrasound equipment that he already had in his lab at home. But he encountered a professor and a training system that captured his attention instead.
The KAATSU-Master Training …
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