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Hytro continue to grow sports BFR community, partnering with Rehab 4 Performance

Hytro, the first Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) wearable designed specifically to improve sports performance, has extended its presence within professional sport following the announcement of a partnership with Rehab 4 Performance (R4P) the world class Physiotherapy, Sports Injury, Rehabilitation and Performance Centre specialising in dealing with professional athletes.

Hytro BFR partner with Rehab 4 Performance R4P

Already widely used by Strength and Conditioning coaches and physiotherapists throughout professional sports, Hytro has been working alongside professional coaches and athletes with their BFR wearables to enhance the recovery and athletic performance of athletes. Now, the brand is extending into partnerships with industry leaders such as R4P to provide practitioners with the option to capitalise on the significant benefits of BFR with their clients.

R4P has a reputation for working with top-flight athletes including a number of Premier League and International football superstars. They set the benchmark for athlete support by offering tailored and comprehensive training programs that support the athlete throughout their rehabilitation or training process.

 

R4P training centre

 

The new partnership with Hytro will see R4P use the BFR wearables to capitalise on the scientifically proven benefits of BFR for accelerating recovery, rehabilitation, and improving athletic performance. Now, this can be achieved not only on-site, in person, but also when treating athletes remotely thanks to Hytro’s practical wearable BFR solutions.

Matt Konopinski, Director of Physio and Performance at R4P said: “One of our core values is authenticity. As such, we are delighted to be entering into a partnership with Hytro, a company providing a flexible solution for BFR application, underpinned by a strong scientific evidence base. Hytro technology hugely benefits our clients who range from the general population to elite athletes. R4P looks forward to building a long-lasting relationship with Hytro, founded on a shared ethos of rehabilitation and performance excellence.”

Dr. Warren Bradley, Founder and Head of Elite Performance at Hytro commented: “Having worked in the Premier League, I’ve been aware of Matt and Chris for quite some time, two individuals I respect very much in professional sports. It’s a privilege to work alongside them and the team at R4P, aligning Hytro with some of the very best in the business. Our shared endeavour to cut through industry noise and provide athletes with the very best in cutting-edge techniques married with practical utility, illustrates the synergy and impact of our partnership.”

 

R4P training centre

 

The revolutionary BFR company helps to facilitate elite sport clubs by providing their simple and practical solution with Active and Passive BFR. Hytro is currently being used by teams including St Helens RLC, Leeds Rhinos, Catalan Dragons, Bath Rugby, Newcastle Falcons, Newcastle Thunder, Aston Villa FC, Rangers FC, Blackburn Rovers FC, Everton FC, UFC Performance Institute and Alpine Academy.

To learn more about R4P click here and visit our elite sport page below to see how teams are using the Hytro BFR wearables.

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