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Anglia Ruskin University

Ranked in the world’s top 350 institutions in the 2021 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, ARU is a global university transforming lives through innovative, inclusive and entrepreneurial education and research.

ARU’s research institutes and four faculties bridge scientific, technical and creative fields. We deliver impactful research which tackles pressing issues and makes a real difference to our communities. Our academic excellence has been recognised by the UK’s Higher Education funding bodies, with 12 of our research areas assessed as world-leading.

We are the largest provider of Nursing, Midwifery, Health and Social Care students in England, and we are among the UK’s leading universities for degree apprenticeship provision, working with employers including Barclays, Vinci and GSK.


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Le nageur états-unien Michael Andrew fait partie des athlètes qui ont été vu recourir à la restriction du flux sanguin durant les entraînements des Jeux olympiques de Tokyo. François-Xavier Marit / AFP

« Garrotter » ses muscles, la nouvelle technique pour améliorer ses performances sportives

Aux JO, de nombreux athlètes ont été vus en train d’attacher des bandes de contention autour de leurs muscles à l’entraînement. Dans quel but ? Cela a-t-il réellement un effet sur leurs performances ?
US swimmer Michael Andrew has been seen using blood flow restriction training during practice at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. European Pressphoto Agency/ Patrick B. Kraemer

Blood flow restriction training: how Olympians use it to boost performance

Many athletes have been seen strapping cuffs around their muscles during workouts – but does it have any affect on their performance?


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