Developed by Synergy Release Method® provider Brian Burzynski, D.PSc., SRM, Intelligent Threads® is built to enhance performance in the gym, on the field, at home, and on the go
Kerrville, TEXAS – (July 16, 2020): Intelligent Threads® introduces a wearable breakthrough technology designed to help athletes and non-athletes alike perform at their highest level. Featuring an advanced technological approach more than 15 years in the making, Intelligent Threads® is the solution to faster muscle recovery, relaxation, and release. The all-new line of performance clothing helps to stabilize the bone structure and improve body alignment, based on in-depth research by Synergy Release Method® provider Brian Burzynski, D.PSc., SRM. Now, reach peak potential in the gym, yoga studio, or on the field. Relieve soreness, pain, and bad posture for better performance at work, home, or on the go.
“Intelligent Threads® is built to enhance performance simply by helping wearers reach the peak of their physical abilities,” explains Burzynski. “Using advanced proprietary technology, the material conforms to each unique body, releasing muscles in order to achieve the proper alignment that leads to better blood flow, along with an improved range of motion and overall well-being.”
Beloved by professional athletes like NFL defensive end Justin Houston, pro golfer Tom Byrum, and MLB player Asa Lacy, Intelligent Threads® offers an edge over the competition. The company infuses Myo-Equilibration (Myo-E) technology into the fibers of the material to help bring balance to the myofascial network. Rather than acting as a band-aid to mitigate pain, the chemical-free, lightweight dryfit PosiCharge polyester material wicks away sweat and alters pain at its source by stopping the body from overcompensating for imbalances or injuries. Finally, achieve the proper physical alignment vital to faster recovery, with added benefits of helping to restore blood flow, gain better posture, relax the muscles, eliminate soreness, and prevent injury.
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