Recovery Technology Leader Climbs to Help U.S. Athletes Prepare for Tokyo 2020
USA Climbing announced today a multi-year partnership with Addaday, an Official Recovery Tool Partner of USA Climbing.
The new partnership brings Addaday’s award-winning technology to help U.S. National Team athletes recover from their demanding training and provide them with a competitive edge. Addaday’s advanced and comprehensive range of recovery tools will be available to athletes in the USA Climbing National Team Training Center in Salt Lake City and when the Team competes abroad.
Among the many tools that will help climbers stay in peak condition is the Addaday BioZoom handheld percussion massage tool, which will help climbers with myofascial release and blood flow for an even faster recovery; and the climber-designed Knot Bad Generation 3, which has hooks that ergonomically wrap around the back, neck and shoulders, easily targeting specific areas to release myofascial trigger points and restricted tissue.
USA Climbing will offer all of its members and affiliated gyms special offers on certain Addaday recovery tools and exclusive products throughout the partnership. Please use code USACLIMBING15 for fifteen percent off at Addaday.com.
“Our trainer, coaches and athletes tested Addaday’s tools during a critical time at the end of our 2019 season and they stood out to meet the demands and unique challenges of our sport,” said Kelly Feilke, VP Marketing, Communications and Development. “No other brand offers as expansive a range of recovery products nor the specialist climber designed and tested tools that will help give our athletes the edge as we prepare for 2020.”
“We’re excited that an American-grown company will help American athletes recover with some of the most technologically advanced, climber-tested tools on the market,” said Victor Yang, CEO and founder of Addaday, Inc. “No other recovery tool company is innovating as fast as Addaday and we look forward to working with USA Climbing to further tailor our technology to meet the needs of the sport and to help our athletes bring home some hardware next year.”
“Recovery for athletes is not optional, it’s a necessity. Treating both professional and amateur athletes every day, I have found that reducing lower extremity swelling and inflammation can be the difference between competing and being injured,” said Dr. Mike Venezia DC, Addaday Intelligent Technologies’ Expert BioMechanist and Resident Doctor of Chiropractic.
Attached photo credit USA Climbing.
Caption: USA Climbing Lead Physical Therapist, Zack DiCristino, works on John Brosler, USA Climbing National Team athlete, using the Addaday BioZoom handheld percussion massage tool, which helps with myofascial release and blood flow for a faster recovery.