Improving Athletic Performance

Athletic performance relies not only muscles but also bone strength. Regular exercise before bone loss begins, can help you build bone mass but at any age regular exercise can help improve bone density and strength. Improve your recovery time with our Normtec Compression Therapy.

Improving Athletic Performance

Build Muscle Strength

Through research, the BioStrength Rejuvenation Process clearly shows bone density growth, a key element athlete’s may not be aware is important. Bone density growth helps protect from fractures, skeletal strengthening and has even proven to remove limitations to plateaus and muscle growth.

Strength Gain Case Study
15 Minutes Once a Week

500 People average age 52

Power to Protect

During activities with high-impact, the central nervous system limits muscular power to protect the skeletal system and joints. Flex your arm as strong as you can. Notice you aren’t breaking your bones when doing this? The central nervous system has a self-protecting process called neural inhibition which will keep that from happening. Muscles cannot engage if a voluntary action is causing pain or discomfort.

Improving bone density may help you:

Break through plateaus | Run faster | Lift heavier | Increase endurance | Injury prevention

What is NormaTec Compression Therapy?

Our NormaTec Recovery system is a dynamic compression device designed for recovery and rehab. Our system uses NormaTec’s patented PULSE technology to help athletes recover faster between trainings and after intense exercise. NormaTec is also great for those at risk of circulation and swelling issues such as lymphedema and deep vein thrombosis.

Our system includes a control unit and attachments which go on the legs, arms, or hips. Compressed air is then used to massage your limbs, mobilize fluid, and speed recovery with the patented NormaTec Pulse Massage Pattern. When you use our system, you will first experience a pre-inflate cycle, during which the connected attachments are molded to your exact body shape. The session will then begin by compressing your feet, hands, or upper quads (depending on which attachment you are using).

Similar to the kneading and stroking done during a massage, each segment of the attachment will first compress in a pulsing manner and then release. This will repeat for each segment of the attachment as the compression pattern works its way up your limb.

Users include members of elite NCAA programs, the majority of the NFL, NBA, and NHL teams; the US Navy Seals; and the US Olympic Committee. Clients will notice a reduction in swelling, pain, and increased range of motion.