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Hear about the FlowDyn device directly from athletes, coaches and Michael Arkans, Director of the Sports Division at ACI Medical.
“[FlowDyn] really helps with recovery, keeps the blood oxygenated, eliminates soreness, it’s a really beneficial product so you can start training harder and longer.”
– Danny Hester, 1st Mr. Olympia Champion
Ian "The Silverback" Butler
"This is the best machine out there for active leg recovery. My legs felt so fresh out there in my fight.”
– Ian Butler, Professional Fighter
Uriah Hall is a mixed martial artist and former kickboxer who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, in its middleweight division. He was the runner up on The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen. Prior to his appearance on TUF, Hall competed in Bellator MMA and Ring of Combat, where he won the ROC Championship.
“I definitely feel faster… more explosive. I feel lighter and refreshed.”
– Uriah Hall
Hear from massage therapist and runner Amy Carroll about her experiences with FlowDyn. Amy works with the United States women’s soccer team. Amy first used the FlowDyn device during a 60 mile walk for charity and again after a half marathon where she developed a cramp in her calf. She talks about the improvement in her recovery with use of the FlowDyn.
Janna Vander Meulen
Gold medal athlete Janna and her coach explain her use of the FlowDyn device during training and the resulting benefits of a more rapid recovery from her hard workouts prior to her Olympic competition. Janna is the gold medal winner in 100 meter Hurdles at the 2017 Sansun, Turkey Deaflympics. Janna took the Bronze on the 400 meter hurdles, and also broke her own American World Record in the 400 meter hurdles in Sansun, Turkey.
“I like the feel of it, the pressure on my legs, how FlowDyn keeps the blood flowing.”
– Janna Vander Meulen
Ashlee Evans-Smith is an American mixed martial artist who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s women’s flyweight division.
“FlowDyn provides good pressure, I really like it. It’s relaxing and feels nice.”
– Ashlee Evans-Smith
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