The United States Tennis Association (USTA), in partnership with NormaTec, now offers the NormaTec PULSE PRO Systems for tennis athletes training to become the next generation of professionals.
NormaTec Recovery Systems are engineered to help rejuvenate muscle tissue, increase circulation, help athletes rehab from pain and soreness, and ultimately speed up the recovery process.
Twenty NormaTec PULSE PRO Systems are available for use at the USTA National Campus at Lake Nona in Orlando, Fla—home of USTA Player Development—while the rest are made available for athletes training for competitions, according to a media release from NormaTec.
“I am so pleased to have NormaTec as one of our choices for athletes’ recovery here at the USTA National Campus,” says Satoshi Ochi, USTA Player Development’s head strength and conditioning coach, in the release. “Recovery is a big part of our athletes’ everyday training. Convenience and functionality of the equipment are very important for us, and NormaTec has both.”
“The USTA Player Development program is one of the most comprehensive and competitive tennis programs in the world,” adds NormaTec CEO Gilad Jacobs. “We are honored to partner with them to bring NormaTec’s powerful recovery benefits to the athletes as they train and inspire the next generation of top-tier tennis players.”
[Source(s): NormaTec, PR Newswire]