Somerset Announces Therabody as our Percussive Therapy Product of Choice
Somerset County Cricket Club’s continual pursuit of excellence has received a boost this week after it was announced that we will be working alongside Therabody in 2021.
Ahead of the new campaign, Theragun, Therabody’s Percussive Massage Therapy Device, will become Somerset County Cricket Club’s Percussive Therapy Product of Choice and as an element of the partnership,the players and coaches will have access to Therabody’s products to aid their training and recovery regimes.
Therabody’s mission is to provide everyone with the effective natural solutions that they need to take charge of their daily wellness. They have combined education, innovation, and over a decade of pioneering within the tech wellness space to make wellness more accessible for everybody.
The company was founded in 2009 when their founder Dr. Jason Wersland suffered a traumatic motorcycle accident. He was searching for a solution to treat and manage his debilitating pain, and when nothing on the market could help, he designed a device that helped ease his pain. Unknowingly, he had created Theragun, the first hand-held percussive massage therapy device.
Following the announcement of this agreement, Somerset CCC Head of Strength & Conditioning, Joel Tratt said: “It’s awesome to be working with Therabody. Their products are first-in-class and are helping the boys prepare and recover from their training in a highly efficient manner.
“Their devices allow us to work the key musculature of our players really well, and the portable nature of the devices allow us to take them with us wherever we are, which is a huge help. The boys use them on a daily basis, and they will play a huge part in our daily preparation and recovery moving forward.”
SCCC Commercial Director, Caroline Herbert said: “We are delighted to be working with a company who are right at the cutting edge of their field and this collaboration will have a tangible benefit to the playing squad through Therabody’s innovative technology. It is already a product used by over 250 professional sports clubs around the world and I look forward to seeing how this relationship develops across the summer and beyond.”Back to News