A Year in Review: Top 5 Most Popular Videos
One thing we enjoy is being able to educate our customers, end-users and water believers with informational videos. Taking a look at our top viewed videos is always fun and informative. Based on our viewing stats from the past year, we know that people love videos about athletes, knees and the new 300 Series.
Here were the top 5 most watched videos from this year:
- “Total Knee Replacement Pool Protocol”: This video features a knee replacement therapy session including a “how-to” on waterproofing a fresh surgical site so the patient can receive aquatic therapy immediately after surgery. This video goes through the patient’s warm-up routine and an example rehabilitation session in the therapy pool that can be easily replicated for any knee replacement patient.
- “Video Library Preview”: The Video Library on our website is a free collection of case studies that are organized by condition. The videos assist and educate anyone seeking to tailor an effective, aquatic physical therapy or aquatic exercise program. By watching this compilation of videos, customers can get a preview of the types of videos available in the library.
- “300 Product Overview Sports Applications”: The HydroWorx 300 Series is the benchmark for self-contained, construction-free underwater treadmill devices. This video shows how athletic trainers can use this new product to rehab and train their athletes with the benefits of water in limited spaces. The 300 and 350 allow athletes to perform multi-directional movements, such as backwards running, carioca and side-shuffling.
- “300 Product Overview Healthcare Applications”: The 300 Series hydrotherapy system also provides the ultimate rehabilitation advantage for all patient types. This video shows how the new 300 series can enhance any patient’s rehabilitation, regardless of their physical capabilities. The versatility of the product is evident for treating a multitude of conditions.
- “Alberto Salazar & the Oregon Project”: Alberto Salazar, Coach of the Oregon Project, relies on underwater treadmill running to give his elite runners, including Olympians Galen Rupp and Mo Farah a training edge. Salazar explains how important underwater treadmill running is to their training routine, “We consider it as important as running outside. It helps us become stronger by running against the resistance of the water and it helps us recover from our dry land training.”
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