Sports Properties | October 08, 2021
Ekrin Athletics has announced its first collegiate partnership with the University of Southern California, becoming USC's Official Recovery Partner. USC student-athletes and training staff will incorporate Ekrin's percussive devices into their training and game-time routines.
"Here at USC we strive to be the most student-athlete centric program in America", said Russ Romano, Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Medicine and Head Trainer. "The care that we provide for our student athlete's is of the highest priority. The Ekrin massage therapy products will help care for our student-athletes across all of our 21 sports. This therapy will aid them in their post training and game recovery as well as help them improve their overall performance."
Ekrin Athletics' entire line of percussive devices, ranging from the Ekrin B37 to the BANTAM, will be available on the sidelines at home and away football games, and in training and weight room facilities around campus. Student-athletes at USC, whose athletic program has combined for 133 national team titles, now will have the resources and training staff to help them prioritize muscle recovery and injury prevention.
“USC has been perhaps, the best collegiate athletic programs of the 20th century, and it's no wonder since they're so detail oriented. Their commitment and emphasis on the importance of providing the best performance and recovery technology for their student-athletes is a prime example of why they're so successful. Creating this partnership with the Trojans is one we're really excited and proud of because we get to make an impact on the performance and wellness of the student-athletes.” – Ekrin Athletics
The partnership will include video content showcasing how USC athletics incorporates Ekrin Athletics products into their daily routines on and off the field. Get a sneak peak at how Ekrin Athletics is driving movement and performance with athletes, Hollywood stuntmen, and top athletic programs around the world by visiting their website.
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