Vasper is more than powerful enough to act as a stand-alone workout while being the most powerful complement to any training or therapy regime. Vasper is based on three scientifically proven principles – compression technology, liquid cooling and interval training. The powerful synergy between these three elements is what creates the Vasper effect. Compression and cooling create the effect of high-intensity (anaerobic) exercise without the wear & tear, time, effort, or stress it takes to achieve the same results as conventional exercise. Most Vaspernauts report feeling rejuvenated and energized after their session with no delayed onset of muscle soreness.
Placing compression on the arm and leg muscles while exercising at a low intensity has been scientifically shown to create the physiological effect of high intensity exercise. Compression cuffs worn on the arms and legs safely compress the muscle to quickly build up lactic acid, mimicking the physiology of an intense workout that would typically take extensive time and effort. Compression builds metabolite concentration quickly and activates fast twitch muscle fibers. This triggers a systemic recovery response, including the natural release of anabolic hormones such as testosterone.
When your body temperature increases, blood vessels near the surface of the skin dilate, increasing blood flow to the skin, leaving less blood and oxygen for the muscles. When there is not enough blood to remove lactic acid from the muscles, the body hits a wall and fatigues. Remaining cool during exercise allows blood oxygen levels to remain high throughout the body which makes exercising much more efficient and pleasant. Sweating is also dramatically reduced or completely eliminated. Cooling the body during the workout mitigates further physical stress and reduces existing pain and inflammation.
The ability to heal and to perform is directly related to the amount of blood flow your tissue and organs receive. This is why certain parts of your body heal more quickly than others—because of differential blood flow. In addition, blood that carries oxygen is needed to fuel your cells. When you optimize blood flow and blood oxygen, you tap into the maximum self-healing potential of your body. With more blood oxygen, you can keep your muscle cells fully charged and well-fueled to give you maximum output.