Cav’s “Wahoo” Over HydroWorx 1200

Cav’s “Wahoo” Over HydroWorx 1200

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Cav’s “Wahoo” Over HydroWorx 1200
Upgraded Football Training Facility Receives HydroWorx 1200

Middletown, PA-The rally cry of “Wahoo” can be heard across the hills on a football Saturday, but for now the cheers may be the athletes benefiting from the HydroWorx 1200 installed in the Cav’s recently upgraded football training facility.

The University of Virginia Cavaliers have chosen the HydroWorx 1200 to assist trainers in their efforts to get athletes back on the field in the shortest time possible with less stress and more rapid healing.  Athletes will also utilize the pool for conditioning.

The 1200 Series provides moveable floor technology that meets the athlete at floor level and can be lowered to any depth up to six feet.  The variable speed underwater treadmill can reach speeds of 8.5 mph.  Other amenities such as directional water jets, hydromassage hoses, and underwater video feedback are hallmark features of HydroWorx technology.

HydroWorx pools are found in professional and college training facilities as well as in healthcare facilities and homes in all 50 states.  Research at Texas A&M and the University of Idaho have proven the effectiveness of HydroWorx aquatic therapy.  Notoriety has also been garnered through the use of the HydroWorx pool on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser.”

About HydroWorx: HydroWorx specializes in designing, manufacturing, and marketing the world’s finest water therapy and conditioning equipment for the sports, healthcare, eldercare, and fitness markets. The company leads the industry in scientific research and data supporting the therapeutic and rehabilitative properties of water therapy. HydroWorx has sold products in 50 states and nine countries. Among its extensive and elite client list are: Dr. James Andrews, renowned orthopedic surgeon; the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints, the U.S. Navy Seals, NASA, the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Manchester United, Nike, the NHL champion Pittsburgh Penguins, the NCAA men’s basketball national champion Duke University, Notre Dame, and Appalachian State.


Nicole Biesecker
Media Relations


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