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The purpose of this viewpoint is to provide rationale for the cellular investigation of blood flow restriction (BFR) in the absence of exercise, as this may provide a novel insight into the mechanisms exclusive to the restriction stimulus itself. Most of the research on BFR thus far has been completed with BFR in combination with low intensity resistance training. To illustrate, BFR in combination with low intensity exercise has consistently been observed to result in improvements in muscle size and function (Loenneke et al., 2012b). However, there is also evidence suggesting that BFR in the absence of exercise results in favorable muscular adaptations (Takarada et al., 2000a; Kubota et al., 2008; Kubota et al., 2011).