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It’s not the training that makes you a better athlete, it’s how well you recover. The recovery phase allows the body time to heal, leading to less injuries, more training and improved performance. The most effective form of recovery is “active recovery”. The objective of active recovery is to maintain sufficient blood flow, supporting your body’s natural ability to heal. Footbeat is active recovery.
How it works.
After a training session, workout or match, the circulatory system begins to naturally contract limiting a muscle’s ability to fully recover, leading to soreness, cramping, fatigue and reduced athletic performance. Implementing active recovery is crucial. Footbeat provides immediate active recovery that reduces the potential for soreness and injury, elevates training levels and increases performance. Footbeat’s proven technology accomplishes these results by increasing circulation, which has been shown through clinical research to encourage:
- Healthy blood flow
- Return to normal lactic levels
- Evacuation of metabolic waste1
Footbeat’s patented technology provides users with a unique experience: active recovery that is proven, mobile, non-invasive and comfortable. Simply slip Footbeat on, push the wireless button, and start recovering — no pills, sugary drinks or bulky wraps.
No two athletes prepare for competition the same way. However, before the event starts, everyone wants to ensure they:
- Warm up their body by increasing circulation
- Dilate their arteries and vein
- Oxygenate and hydrate their cells
- Stretch their muscles
Footbeat can help you with your warm-up and make sure you’re primed for peak performance. By helping you feel primed and ready, Footbeat gives you the extra edge and confidence to perform at your best.
Traveling for competition
Elite and endurance athletes are among the most susceptible to circulatory health issues due to dehydration and limited movement associated with prolonged travel. Many conditions that arise during travel can have debilitating effects. Footbeat increases circulation through precise, cyclic pressure on the bottom of the foot and relieves discomfort in the lower extremities. The small size and mobility of Footbeat gives athletes the ability to achieve the beneficial circulatory effects of walking during periods of immobility.
1San Millan I, Bing K, Brill C. Efficacy of Micro- mobile Compression for Active Recovery and Enhanced Performance in Competitive Cyclists. Open Access J of Sports Medicine 2013;4:221-26.
This summary is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. Consult a doctor or other health care professionals for diagnosis, prevention or treatment of medical conditions.