Named the Recovery Room Powered By NormaTec, the training room will serve as the team’s base for recovery and rehabilitation.
The Brooklyn Nets and NormaTec, the leading sports recovery technology company, have aligned to revamp the Nets’ training room inside Barclays Center.
Named the Recovery Room Powered By NormaTec, the training room will serve as the team’s base for recovery and rehabilitation. Through this relationship, NormaTec will provided PULSE PRO Recovery Systems for each Nets player to use before and after games, and while training.
The “Pulse Pro” system rejuvenates muscle tissue and increases blood circulation, which helps athletes recover from pain and soreness at a faster pace. The system uses patented compression technology that mobilizes fluid and massages the limbs.
“We are pleased to align with NormaTec on further enhancing the technology in the team’s training room at Barclays Center,” said Lloyd Beckett, Head Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist for the Brooklyn Nets. “
“It is an honor to work with the Brooklyn Nets on this project,” said Gilad Jacobs, CEO of NormaTec. “Our recovery technology is a perfect fit for athletes who push themselves as hard as the Nets players do on the court, and we are excited to be such a big part of the team’s training and recovery game.”
The Brooklyn Nets finished the 2016–17 season with a 20–62 record, worst in the NBA. They have the greatest odds at 25% to win the NBA Draft Lottery on May 16th. The team has a 64.2% chance of a top 3 overall pick. If this comes to fruition, Brooklyn will lose their selection to the Boston Celtics who are the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference after a 53–29 season.
With a young core of players and new state-of-the-art training facility, Brooklyn fans can only hope for a better product next season.