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How Josh Charnley uses Hytro to improve his performance

Josh Charnley, Warrington Wolves and England rugby player, uses the Hytro BFR tee and shorts to reduce rehabilitation time and speed recovery, whilst also smashing his strength PBs.

The professional rugby player, Josh Charnley, uses Hytro BFR wearables to improve his performance and boost his recovery, finding them both simple to use and effective in achieving quick gains.

 

Charnley explains how the Hytro BFR wearables helped him return to the game quicker after a shoulder injury:  “I wore the Hytro BFR Tee two weeks into my rehabilitation programme and it near enough halved my recovery time. I was able to lift, not heavy weights, but weights to mobilise and get moving again.”

 

Charnley also uses the Hytro BFR wearables for recovery more generally, stating: “I use the shorts at home, when I am sat on the couch.”

 

Charnley states that BFR training has enabled him to improve his performance. He said “It’s definitely helped with performance. I’ve been using it quite a lot and in preseason, we did some strength testing and I smashed one of my PBs.”

Josh Charnley wearing Hytro BFR wearables whilst stretching

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