When the going gets tough, the tough get… Human Tecar

17 November, 2017 - Categories: Sport

After her spectacular World Cup slalom race in Levi, Finland, gold medalist Petra Vlhová told the press that “Training this past summer was really, really tough – and it was worth it!” The 22-year-old has just started her second season with coach Livio Magoni and the Human Tecar methodology to support and complement Livio’s characteristically grueling schedule of workouts: daily sessions of treatment with our HCR technology in order to maximize recovery, relieve fatigue and prevent those osteo-articular issues – notably of the knees and lower limbs – that are typical of the sport.

Petra’s first place, 0.10" ahead of Mikaela Shiffrin from the US, was an early ‘Christmas present’ from Finnish Lapland, home of Santa Claus, rewarding the Slovak’s talent, Italian talent management and the Human Tecar MO.

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