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Sam Warburton backs Hytro and SW7 Academy BFR partnership, by coming on board as Performance Advisor and Investor

Ex Wales Rugby Union and British & Irish Lions Captain, Sam Warburton, has backed the partnership between Hytro and his SW7 Academy, the rugby coaching and training programme by becoming an official Advisor and Investor in the BFR brand,

Sam Warburton backs SW7 x Hytro BFR partnership

Proven to accelerate recovery and improve muscle development and endurance, Hytro has been working closely with a wide range of professional rugby teams and athletes to improve sports performance. Sam Warburton, the former Wales and British and Irish Lions captain, will be working with Hytro to help deliver the game-changing BFR products to the elite and amateur rugby sphere through his work with the SW7 Academy.

As part of the deal, Hytro will be providing their unique BFR wearables to Warburton’s SW7 Academy in an effort to assist them in providing elite level strength and conditioning to their members. The SW7 Academy, set up by Sam Warburton following his retirement from professional rugby in 2019 specialises in offering unrivalled coaching and playing experiences through their subscription app with a mission to build users into the best possible athlete they can be.

 

 

Sam Warburton, Co-Founder of SW7 Academy said: “I’m delighted to partner with Hytro. Two brands who align and share the same vision to help as many people as we can to achieve their athletic potential. I’m so excited for the wider market to find out more about Hytro and how blood flow restriction can elevate their training and recovery to new heights.”

Chris Tombs, Head Coach of SW7 Academy said: “Here at SW7 Academy, we are always looking to provide the best user experience and effective programming. Hytro BFR is definitely one method to integrate in order to recover while adding proven, time efficient performance protocols into your strength training program.”

Dr Warren Bradley, Founder and Head of Elite Performance at Hytro, commented: “I’m extremely excited to announce Sam Warburton and the SW7 academy as an official partner of Hytro. Sam’s experience at training at the highest level is unrivalled in elite sport and having his experience from SW7 Academy will prove invaluable for Hytro. We look forward to working alongside him and the SW7 Academy team over the coming years to widen the education of BFR and bring Hytro to more athletes looking to improve their performance.”

 

 

Hytro continues to facilitate Rugby clubs and coaches 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, Ospreys, Newcastle Falcons, Newcastle Thunder.

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