Pulseroll has today signed as Official Muscle Recovery Supplier to Team Bath, part of the University of Bath.
The University of Bath has a fantastic reputation for sports research and performance, with its industry leading Team Bath Sports Training Village serving students, the public and elite level athletes.
20 Team Bath-based athletes represented their country at the recent Tokyo 2020 Olympics, collecting 10 medals including two swimming golds from University of Bath student Tom Dean and a gold apiece for modern pentathletes Kate French and Joe Choong with whom the University and National Governing Body work in partnership.
In team sports, the university’s netball team compete at the highest level in the UK. Last season they made it all the way to the Superleague Grand Final and the University’s successful rugby squad will soon be back in action in the BUCS Super Rugby league.
This official supplier arrangement with Pulseroll will enable the athletes at whatever level of competitive sport or recreational fitness and activities to enjoy the benefits of Pulseroll’s vibration massage technology.
Pulseroll’s products are proven to help increase range motion by up to 14% and relieve muscular pain by increasing blood flow to the muscles by 22%.
Pulseroll Founder, Paul McCabe, said:
“We are delighted to be working with Team Bath. The University of Bath and its athletic programme is internationally renowned for sports excellence in research, development and performance. These are the same steps we take to ensure we are producing the most technologically advanced vibrating massage products for all.
“Team Bath is known for sporting excellence, but it caters for all levels and abilities, which is something we look to promote at Pulseroll. We want all athletes, including student athletes, to experience the benefits of percussion therapy and the positive impact it can have on daily wellbeing.
University of Bath Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley said: “We would like to welcome Pulseroll into the Team Bath family today. Our strength and conditioning practitioners and sports massage therapists are enthusiastic about the benefits of Pulseroll’s contribution to muscle recovery for athletes across the sports and fitness spectrum at differing levels. We look forward to working with Pulseroll and experiencing the difference made by this new collaboration”.
Team Bath joins British Rowing, British Gymnastics, Burnley FC, Middlesex CCC and others, as organisations using Pulseroll products to help their athletes with their recovery and daily wellbeing.
Pulseroll was founded by Paul McCabe in 2016, when he launched the UK’s first vibrating foam roller. Today the company offers seven vibrating massage devices which include two sizes of massage gun, two foam rollers and two different shaped massage balls. All products are developed with built-in quiet noise technology and the intensity of the foam rollers and vibrating massage balls is managed through a remote control allowing for a much smoother process when changing the vibration speed.
Notes to Editors
Pulseroll is a UK leader in fitness training, recovery and wellbeing massage device products, utilising the benefits of vibration therapy for healthy living. The Best of British company was founded by Paul McCabe in 2016 and will be supporting over 50 British Olympians at Tokyo 2020 through partnerships with British Rowing, British Gymnastics and individual athletes.
Pulseroll offers a range of seven massage devices which are used by elite athletes, fitness enthusiasts and rehabilitation professionals to reduce muscle tightness, increase flexibility, and reduce next day soreness after a workout. Regular use of vibration devices has also been scientifically proven to increase circulation, helping to prevent deep vein thrombosis, aid mobility and reduce muscle soreness.
Pulseroll products are stocked in leading British retailers as well as more than 20 countries worldwide.
About Team Bath
Team Bath is the sports brand of the University of Bath. The University strives to create an environment where people of all abilities can be supported in their sport, recreational fitness and well-being activities. For further information www.teambath.com