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Talking BFR for recovery at the Football Fitness Federation event

Yesterday Dr Warren Bradley, the founder of Hytro, presented at the latest Football Fitness Federation network event sharing what Hytro BFR is all about, whilst connecting with other professionals from within the elite sport industry.

Dr Warren Bradley Founder of Hytro

Last night, the Football Fitness Federation held another of its networking events at University Academy 92 in Manchester. Founder of Hytro, Dr Warren Bradley, attended as a guest speaker alongside Shayne Murphy, Men’s National Team Football Scientist at the Scottish Football Association.

 

Dr Warren’s presentation focused on the use of Blood Flow Restriction for recovery for professional athletes. He shared insight into which clubs are using Hytro BFR wearables to effectively implement BFR into both preparations before their training sessions, and as a key part of their recovery programmes.

 

Following this, Dr Warren gave a practical demonstration of the products, introducing them as the easiest to use and most effective wearable BFR solution on the market. He highlighted that they have been designed to circumvent any issues that previous BFR products presented.

 

Dr Warren Bradley said of the event “It was great to present at the Football Fitness Federation event last night, the audience was really engaged and with some attendees having travelled over 10 hours to learn more about Hytro BFR. There were lots of interesting questions and the practical demo meant everyone could get hands-on with the product.”

 

Dr Warren Bradley presenting to sports professionals

 

The other speaker, Shayne Murphy, talked about the movement biomechanics of elite football players. Dr Warren shared “Shayne’s talk had a theme of making something complex simple, and this resonated with Hytro BFR. Shayne highlighted the importance of using the experienced ‘coaching eye’, as well as data. The takeaway was about getting the foundations right, just like with Hytro.”

 

Dr Warren concluded “I look forward to future events with the Football Fitness Federation and presenting again. It was a great opportunity to network and discuss how Hytro BFR can be implemented across a range of elite sports.”

 

If you would like to book a demonstration of the Hytro BFR wearables, then please contact us.

 

To learn more about how Hytro BFR wearables are being used by professional athletes read our journal.

 

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