On the second year anniversary of T:Zero & Normatec teaming up, both companies are looking to the future, signing a three year agreement with the intention to seriously shake up the accessibility and implementation of recovery in endurance sport.
T:Zero Multisport, one of the biggest endurance/triathlon coaching teams in the Southern Hemisphere specializing in uber customized online coaching, have been major supporters of the Normatec Recovery System. “They created (the recovery system) industry and continue to be the leaders in it, despite their a number of business’ trying to emulate them” said T:Zero director Richard Thompson.
“Our athletes commit so much time into their goals, big goals, and while we look after the training aspect, their recovery forms a significant part of the overall jigsaw puzzle of ultimate performance” Thompson added. “While we have athletes of all abilities in the T:Zero Collective, it is their collective desire to leave to stone unturned for them to individually live their potential and see what is truly capable. Signing with Normatec for three years is a dream come true for T:Zero and will only benefit our athletes have a greater access to the very best recovery systems on the planet”.
It is hard to beat Brent Messer, General Manager of AlphaSport , the Australian & New Zealand distributor for Normatec when it comes to the recovery side of endurance sports. “NormaTec and T:Zero Multisport are committed to highlighting the importance of recovery. This partnership will raise awareness of the latest technology in the recovery space, underscore the value of recovery and help more people gain access to the benefits of NormaTec’s recovery technology,” Mr Messer said. “We are extremely proud to work alongside T:Zero and are excited to see T:Zero Athletes utilising the NormaTec systems. Through this partnership T:zero athletes will be able to personalize their fitness experiences, from workout all the way through recovery.”
For more information about T:Zero Multisport visit www.tzeromultisport.com