Linda Kreter and WiseHealth for Women Radio presents:
Steven Munatones – KAATSU Method for Longevity, Rehabilitation, Recovery, and Athletic Performance –
KAATSU in Japanese means “additional pressure”, and unlike constricting bands that constrict bloodflow, KAATSU works to gently apply pressure in U-shaped bladders to apply gentle arterial flow and to slow venous return. This creates more flexible blood vessels and blood flow, also allowing muscle gains to be made in their oldest patients (late 90’s and into the 100yo group). Muscle mass and movement are smart to keep optimally healthy, especially in this age of sedentary lifestyles.
Steven trained under Dr. Sato, a Japanese physician focused on the healthspan of the aging Japanese population. He is a life-long athlete (long-distance swimming and water polo), and has coached USA Swimming national team championships and served as an NBC commentator in 2008 for the Beijing Olympics. Following three trips to Japan in 11 days, Steven suffered a widowmaker heart attack in 2016 — and used his KAATSU for cardiac therapy, providing even greater confidence in this modality for rehabilitation.
Working with the Department of Defense, NASA, many agencies and dozens of major league teams, Steven has taught KAATSU application and benefits to thousands, including Navy SEALS and Olympic gold medalists, as well as many people in their 80’s and 90’s — staying vibrant is possible!
Find out more at www.KAATSU.com, and the team for more benefits and greater understanding. The blend of Western medicine and Eastern medicine is very effective. Click here to listen: https://bit.ly/WHR-KAATSU-Method. Air date 14Aug2023.