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Pulseroll Signs GB Gymnasts As Brand Ambassadors

By Taruka Srivastav | July 6, 2021

Muscle recovery brand, Pulseroll, has partnered with GB gymnasts, Jennifer and Jessica Gadirova.

The twin sisters, who only started competing in senior competitions this year, are part of the four-person Artistic Gymnastics team representing Great Britain at the Olympics next month. They will use Pulseroll’s range of vibration therapy massage devices in the build-up to the Games as part of their daily recovery routine.

Jessica announced herself on the World stage recently with a Gold, a Silver, and a Bronze medal at the European Championships. Twin, Jennifer, was the first British gymnast to win a medal at the Junior World Championships in 2019 and like her sister will be aiming for more medals in Japan.

The sisters join over 50 other Team GB athletes who will be using Pulseroll products at Tokyo 2020. As well as a wider partnership with British Gymnastics, Pulseroll also proudly support British Rowing, GB Weightlifting and GB Boxing. Pulseroll also recently received investment from London 2012 Gold medallist, Anthony Joshua, who also joined the company as a Specialist Advisor.

Jessica and Jennifer Gadirova, said; “Training to be Olympians takes a lot of hard work and a lot of hours in the gym so rest and recovery for us is extremely important. We are really grateful to Pulseroll for their support, we use the Pulseroll products every day and they have made a massive impact in helping our muscles to recover so we’re 100% ready to train at our best for each session.”

Pulseroll Founder, Paul McCabe said;“We have worked closely with British Gymnastics over the last year, so I have been lucky enough to see the emergence of the Gadirova twins. They have both got huge futures ahead of them but, like Pulseroll, are just at the beginning of their journey.

“We can’t wait to watch them compete in Tokyo and are proud to be part of their team helping them with their preparation and recovery at this Olympics and beyond.”

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