Struggling with poor circulation or aches and pains?  Finding you’re not recovering as quickly from workouts or injuries?  Losing muscle mass or looking to gain muscle mass?  Steven Munatones is the CEO and co-founder of KAATSU Global Inc.  He is a member of the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame, a holder of a Guinness World Record, and a 1982 world champion in marathon swimming.  He used KAATSU to rehabilitate himself from a heart attack and has taught KAATSU to people of all ages.  In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast, Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Steven Munatones on how KAATSU is helping people of all ages increase the elasticity of their vascular tissue by generating hormone responses while sitting down, carrying out daily chores or exercising. 

What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

  • How KAATSU improves blood vessel elasticity
  • Why the inflatable band of the KAATSU mimics exercise & triggers the brain to produce human growth hormone
  • How circulation enhancement with KAATSU boosts the molecules the body uses to repair from injuries
  • Why KAATSU can be used almost anywhere to target specific joints and muscles
  • How the KAATSU is preventing muscle loss and helping those over 90 gain muscle mass

Resources from the Show:

> 104-year-old:

> Extreme athletes:

> Amputees:

> Free KAATSU Q&A educational Zoom webinars on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:00 pm EST:

> Past KAATSU Q&A Webinars can be seen on our YouTube Channel, if you wish. See here:

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