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BFR

(Big Fast Router) A routing switch (or switch router). See layer 3 switch.
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In the results of the present study, it is possible to verify that the women submitted to the exercises with LI + BFR had extremely significant improvement in all analysed variables, which reinforces the potential of applying this method in elderly populations.
Thus, upon reviewing the relevant literature, it was observed that continuous BFR promotes higher metabolic stress compared with intermittent BFR (Suga et al., 2012), further increasing the sensation of pain during the exercise sessions (Fitschen et al., 2014), which allows the increase in hemodynamics (Neto et al., 2016a; 2017a; 2017b).
(6.) Base financing rate (BFR) is a minimum profit/interest rate calculated by financial institutions based on a formula that takes into account the institution's cost of funds and other administrative costs.
Since the former BFR was made in two stages, he also did the same for the new name.
Last year, Musk said the BFR's admittedly ambitious goal was to make a test flight to Mars in 2022, followed by a crewed flight to the Red Planet in 2024.
He introduced the BFR, composed of a rocket and spaceship, last year, saying it was aimed at allowing people to colonize Mars and that the company wanted to land two cargo ships on the Red Planet in 2022.
It is already known that RT with BFR can generate hypertrophy and some hemodynamic changes (7,8,11,13), but few studies have been done with large muscle groups.
In the image, the 'BFR' is towered over a Tesla Model 3 for scale.
Low-load resistance training with a blood flow restriction (BFR) has consistently demonstrated favorable training adaptations of improved muscle strength and cross-sectional area of the quadriceps (Ellefsen et al., 2015; Laurentino et al., 2012; Martin-Hernandez et al., 2013).
To this day I am surprised by the number of gun enthusiasts who have not heard of BFR revolvers.