How to Use Fit Cuffs

“Please remember to deflate the Leg Cuffs Completely while still attached!”

Always start by using the app or Web App to find your indicative pressure as an alternative to set the pressure relative to Limp Occlusion Pressure ( LOP) – See our page LOP by Bluetooth for more information.

You are recommended to update the pressure (mmHg) as often as possible. When you measure the circumference of your upper arm or upper thigh, remember to measure directly on the skin, in relaxed condition before exercising.

 

General instructions for attachment

All cuffs must be completely empty – deflated. NOTE – It is important to deflate the cuffs after each session for optimal fitting for the next use. Before inflating the cuffs they should fit tight but not more than a finger can pass underneatht. Make sure the valve is facing downwards. 

For a proper fit and to avoid pressure drop during exercise, remember to contract the thighs muscles several times while the Fit Manometer is still attached. The goal pressure should be measured in a complete resting state, by placing the weight on the opposite leg.

For Customers who have purchased Fit Cuffs – Complete, Fit Cuffs – Complete Hard Case, Fit Cuffs – Performance Lower or Fit Cuffs – Performance Upper, be aware of Left and Right version of your cuffs. See the videos below to distinguish Left and Righ version of the Leg Cuff and Arm Cuff.

If you would like a detailed user manual for Fit Cuffs® Training System please send us an email: fitcuffs@zoho.eu

For different Training Protocols see How When & Why BFR

 

In this video you can see the correct attachment of the Right Leg Cuff and the Left Arm Cuff

In this video you can see the correct attachment and inflation of the Righ Arm Cuff

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In this video you can see the correct attachment and inflation of the Left Leg Cuff

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OBS – Before you detach the Leg Cuff remember to completely deflate the cuff by contracting the muscles while you gently pull and tab on the black plastic connector.

For different Training Protocols see How When & Why BFR

 

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