CryoAction, the leading provider of whole body cryotherapy equipment to elite football, is featured in this month’s Football Business magazine. Leading an article on the use of cryotherapy within the modern game, CryoAction director Ian Saunders has highlighted some of the scientific benefits available to clubs incorporating the treatments into their recovery and rehabilitation regime. CryoAction client and current Premier League table toppers, Leicester City are also featured.
Commenting on the publication, Ian Saunders said “There is so much interest in whole body cryotherapy within professional football. The articles in the magazine note that only 4 clubs in the Premier League have yet to integrate cryotherapy into their recovery protocols. This publication will no doubt increase the knowledge and awareness of CryoAction and its proposition. We look forward to hearing from clubs looking to gain the competitive advantage that results from deploying whole body cryotherapy for use by their players.”
Click on the link to read the FC business magazine.
Nice to see our CryoAction Whole Body cryotherapy chamber being used by the team at Leicester City and featured on Sky Sports News recently. Fantastic team spirit there and great people to work with.
Premier League top scorer, Jamie Vardy and teammates are seen using the -135°C cryotherapy chamber and seem to be enjoying it!
To see the video, click on the link below:-
CryoAction Whole Body Cryotherapy Chamber featured on Sky Sports News
For more information on our installation at Leicester City and interviews with players and physios, please click here.
CryoAction, the leading specialist provider of whole body cryotherapy solutions to elite sports, has been named as a finalist in the 2016 Sports Technology Awards.
Competing in the category of Best Technology for Use by a Venue, Stadium, Club or Franchise, CryoAction will be up against 5 other entrants for the prestigious award. Judged by an extensive panel of Olympians, leading sportsmen and women from across a range of sporting disciplines, administrators and others, the company will be attending the awards ceremony in London on April 15th. Others organisations included in the shortlist are the BBC, Hawkeye, NASCAR, the Rugby World Cup, the WTA, the NBA and ASICS.
Commenting on the news, CryoAction director Ian Saunders said ” It is a great honour to be nominated for this award by such an amazing panel of judges and our presence on the list is recognition to the fine work undertaken by our team to promote the merits of whole body cryotherapy in the elite sports world”.
Rebecca Hopkins, CEO of the awards explained: “This has been another exciting year for sport and technology continues to influence all facets of the sector to an exponential degree. We are delighted that, once again, as well as the biggest brands in sport, our finalists also include the most inventive tech start-ups, the vision of which means that they are equal in their ability to win in any category.’
The awards ceremony is set to be attended by over 500 senior industry figures as well as current and former athletes.