PERCUSSIVE MASSAGE GUNS
The combination of running, swimming and cycling is hard on the body. Sore muscles, aching joints and tendons are part of being a triathlete.
With the MyoPro and MyoLite, you can melt away that pain and improve your mobility all while encouraging blood flow to speed up the recovery process.
To be the best, you have to use the best. We have taken this philosophy to the extreme with our range of the world's strongest pneumatic compression devices.
Rapidly flush lactic acid after long sessions, get fresh oxygenated blood to tired limbs and feel ready to get back training faster with the MyoPump and MyoAir.
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All our products are created and tested by elite athletes. Each prototype is put through it's paces by our ambassadors so it reaches you, refined and the best it can possibly be.
Everything we make has to be the best, from the world's most powerful masage gun to the world's strongest compression. Our mission is to push the boundaries of what is possible.
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The Zinc Advantage: The science behind zinc and athletic performance.
Zinc is an essential mineral that plays a crucial role in many bodily functions, including immune function, protein synthesis, and wound healing. But did you know that zinc can also benefit athletic performance? In this blog post, we'll explore the scientific research behind the benefits of zinc for athletes, how to know if you need to start taking zinc, as well as the best protocol for supplementation.
Explosive Gains: The Power of Ballistic Stretching
As athletes, we’re always trying to maximize our athletic performances, so it’s important to have a comprehensive approach to training that addresses both strength and flexibility. While static stretching is great for increasing flexibility, there's another type of stretching we can incorporate into our recovery and warm up protocols to enhance performance: ballistic stretching.
The Breathing Technique To Transform Your Recovery.
Last Sunday we invited our community to come down for the ultimate way to end the week, enjoying a session in mobility and breathwork at the newly opened ON store in London. Together, we learned the science of how nasal breathing can improve our recovery, boost performance and even improve immunity from breath work coach James O’Keefe. If you want to join us for our next Recovery Club on Sunday 26th of Feb, sign up on our Eventbrite here, it's totally free to attend --> Sign Up The basic principle of the nasal breathing technique centers around enhancing our production of nitric oxide. As air passes over paranasal sinus epithelial cells, an enzyme causes the creation of the molecule nitric oxide which mixes with the inhaling air and is absorbed through our lungs. Nitric oxide is a powerful vasodilator, meaning it can relax and widen blood vessels. This increases blood flow and oxygen delivery to tissues throughout the body. The benefits are undeniable and have been studied in sports science for some time now. They include: Reduced exercise-induced inflammation: One study published in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness found that exercise-induced inflammation can lead to soreness, stiffness, and reduced performance. They analysed how Nitric oxide reduces the inflammation markers of trained athletes in the body, which can help to speed the recovery process. Increased oxygen delivery to muscles: Another study looked at nitric oxide and its function to help to dilate blood vessels, which increased blood flow and oxygen delivery to muscles of athletes in the study. This can improve exercise performance and delay fatigue during prolonged or intense exercise. Improved immune function: Something a lot of athletes suffer with is that intense exercise can suppress the immune system, increasing the risk of infection. Nitric oxide has been shown to have immune-boosting effects, which can help to reduce this risk. What James taught us was a simple breathing technique, we sat up tall, allowing for the shoulders to relax and creating a nice big space for the lungs to expand into. We then inhaled for 5 seconds through the nose and then exhaled for 6. We performed this for several minutes but it’s suggested you do a few several minute sessions of this per day, especially before you go to sleep at night. It’s so simple, so powerful and there are ways you can turbo charge your nitric oxide. Eating green leafy vegetables that are rich in nitrates will enhance your natural production. Also, using mouth tape at night forces the mouth shut and causes your body to nasal breath throughout the night.
OPERATION METABOLIC DOMINANCE - the secretive military experiment to make super endurance athletes
In the early 2000s DARPA, the advanced scientific research arm of the US military, began a project pouring tens of millions of dollars into studies that sought to answer the question: can we hack the way our bodies process energy to create super endurance?