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Ospreys select Hytro as Official BFR Training Partner to enhance team performance

Hytro chosen to supply Ospreys Rugby Union team with BFR wearables to support their drive to increase performance across the squad.

Ospreys and Hytro logos

LONDON, 26 September 2022 – Hytro, the leaders in Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) wearables designed specifically to improve sports performance, has been chosen as a partner of Ospreys regional rugby franchise for the 2022-23 season.


As Ospreys enter another physically demanding year, players across the men’s first team will use Hytro wearables for their scientifically proven results in significantly accelerating recovery and improving muscle development and endurance.


Being drawn to the benefits of BFR and the convenience that Hytro wearables bring to team scenarios, Simon Church, Head of Physical Performance at Ospreys said of the announcement: “We are pleased to welcome Hytro to the Ospreys performance departments. We will be implementing the range into our recovery menu for all players to utilise post-game and throughout our return to play programme.”


02.09.22 – Ospreys v Northampton Saints – Pre Season Friendly – Morgan Morris of Ospreys makes a break


Dr Warren Bradley, Founder and Head of Elite Performance at Hytro commented: “Ospreys have a rich history as an elite performing club. By integrating BFR into their workouts and recovery, players will be able to reap the benefits of improving strength while returning to peak condition in rapid time. We look forward to working with Simon and his team to bring them what we believe to be the best S&C tool for maximising athletic potential.”

The news of Ospreys joining comes during the busy rugby pre-season where coaches and players are looking to attain those personal, and team goals, by harnessing the power of Blood Flow Restriction. Hytro BFR’s presence within this elite sport is evident with clubs such as Newcastle Falcons embedding BFR training and recovery regimes into their programming to boost strength and endurance.


02.09.22 – Ospreys v Northampton Saints – Pre Season Friendly – Jack Walsh of Ospreys kicks the conversion


Wear testing for the Hytro BFR Women’s Recovery shorts has been conducted by the likes of Exeter Chiefs rugby union and Ireland rugby league star, Charlie Willet; as well as England Roses and Harlequins lock Rosie Galligan ahead of its release later this year – sign up for launch news here.


Hytro look forward to an exciting season ahead and are delighted to welcome Ospreys and support their performance goals moving forward.


To hear more about the performance impact opportunity of BFR directly from Hytro’s other top flight partners, visit the Elite Sport page.

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