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As one of the most decorated long-distance runners ever, Olympic Champion & Therabody Athlete Sir Mo Farah is no stranger to hard work and recovery. With back-to-back gold medal wins at the Rio and London Olympics in both the 5,000 meter and 10,000 meter run, he knows what it takes to win on the world stage.
“As a professional athlete, I am always looking for new ways to recover, and Therabody has given me what I need with products that work. It’s exciting for me to be a part of a brand that I truly believe will help my performance.”
With his eyes on becoming the only athlete to ever win 3 consecutive gold medals in the 10,000 meter run, Sir Mo Farah relies on Therabody to keep him performing at his best.
Run relaxed and revamp your legs with the recovery tool professionals trust.
Refresh your legs between laps with this perfect track-side companion.
Get the blood flowing, activate your muscles and help prevent injuries with Sir Mo Farah's quick pre-run routine. Sweep over each foot, shin, calf, hamstring, glute and quad for 30 seconds with the Dampener or Standard Ball attachment.
Don't let leg pain stop you from hitting your stride. Gently sweep over each shin for 2 minutes with the Dampener attachment to help release tension and recharge your overworked legs. For a gentle touch, use the Supersoft™ attachment on sensitive areas.
Let's talk about microtears. The performance-affecting muscle damage caused by running that leaves you feeling sore and fatigued. Heal faster and stimulate recovery by sweeping over your feet, shins, calfs, hamstrings, quads and glutes with the Dampener or Standard Ball attachment for 1 minute each.
Give your heavy and stiff legs new life with clinically-proven pneumatic compression. Find a comfortable place to sit, put on your compression boots and let the wireless guided treatment do the rest.
“Theragun is worked into my warm-up routine to prepare me for my rides. It puts me in a space that my body needs to prep myself physically and mentally.”