HYPERICE is proud to announce that it will be showcased at the ISPO Munich tradeshow after having been selected among one of the best sporting goods innovation companies in 2013.
After receiving its first prize, the ISPO BRANDNEW HeiQ Fitness Award for its patented technological innovation, the brand reasserts its position with a prime place at the 2014 ISPO Munich tradeshow.
Today, HYPERICE is looking to respond to the needs of professional and amateur athletes. It’s technology joins cryotherapy and compression to accompany athletes in their activities and bolster their active recovery.
Participating at ISPO Munich will be an opportunity for HYPERICE to go beyond just being on the international market but to win and convince all of the major players of the sporting goods industry.
HYPERICE // ISPO BRANDNEW will welcome you in
HALL C2// BN22 from January 26 – 29, 2014.
Come see for yourself HYPERICE’s innovative products, discover its patented technology, already trusted by many professional athletes, and meet the people behind the brand from the sports and medical sectors.
Anthony Katz, HYPERICE founder, will be attending the tradeshow and available for interviews.
An innovation developed in the US and used by elite athletes worldwide to recover and improve their performance, Hyperice® has finally arrived in Europe. The brand develops and commercializes high performance sports medicine and orthopedic devices that provide preventative treatment, accelerate injury recovery, and enhance muscle and joint performance. The company’s signature product is a two-part ice compression system composed of an ultra thin ice cell featuring patented air release technology and a specially designed compression wrap for each of the body’s major muscles and joints. The innovative two-part system acts together to harness the power of real ice, which optimizes cold compression therapy and enhances the body’s natural recovery mechanisms. This patented innovation is used by many of the world’s elite professional athletes including: NBA (Blake Griffin – Los Angeles Clippers, Rudy Gay – To! ronto Raptors), NFL (Adrian Peterson – Minnesota Vikings, Troy Polamalu – Pittsburgh Steelers), and in Europe (Luc Abalo – PSG Handball, Wesley Fofana – ASM Clermont) both on the field and court and in rehabilitation centers.
For more information, please visit this website www.hyperice.com