With eyes firmly set on a domestic showdown against welterweight rival Amir Khan, Kell Brook takes to the ring this weekend against Australian Michael Zerafa.
Like Brook, Zerafa has moved around the weight divisions, and will see Brook as an opportunity to catapult his name into the headlines.
Brook’s last major fight was against then world title challenger Errol Spence Jr. At the time, Brook held the IBF Welterweight World Title, and invited Pulseroll into his training camp. With the sport of boxing requiring virtually every muscle in the body, the innovative vibrating recovery product has helped boxers of all levels.
Foam rollers are common practice in gyms up and down the country, but the vibrating foam roller comes with a host of extra benefits, promoting the flushing of lactic acid built up in the muscle, allowing top level athletes such as Kell Brook to optimise their training time.
Fighting out of the Matchroom stable, Kell Brook is among esteemed company. Joined by World Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and unified Cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, the stable is rife with top level fighters who work with the very best to improve every aspect of performance.
For boxers in particular, the vibrating technology of Pulseroll is as helpful in preparation for a gym session up until fight time, as it is after. The pulses sent through muscle tissue help loosen up a fighter, and clean out any dormant acid that may be lay within the fibres.
If you compete in any sport, see how Pulseroll can help you. The impressive battery life and the easy to carry style add to the core features of the products, with benefits felt by competitors of all sports all the way up the pyramid.