5x Speed Skating World Champion, Olympian, World Record Holder

Brittany Bowe is a legendary world champion speed skater, and we’re excited to welcome her to our team of ambassadors! A native Floridian, Brittany was a natural at many different sports when she was young. She grew up playing basketball, soccer and became an inline skater at the age of 8. Fast forward to 2013, and you’ll find Brittany at the ISU Speed Skating World Cup setting a world record for the 1000m race.

Just one year later, she qualified for the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games and took 6th in the Women’s Team Pursuit. More recently, at the end of January 2021, Brittany took 1st in both the 1000m and 1500m at the ISU World Cup, a feat that hasn’t been achieved in four years! To fuel her incredible endurance and keep her on the podium, Brittany works incredibly hard off the ice and harnesses the power of BEMER PEMF therapy to recover.

As an elite athlete, I am always pushing my body to the limit. We sometimes forget that when we train hard, we must recover hard as well. BEMER plays a critical role in my recovery process and helps aid quick turnaround time between training and competitions. By improving blood flow and circulation with BEMER, I am able to recover faster and train harder.

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About the Sport

Speed skating is an incredibly fast-paced endurance sport, with competitors going head-to-head for the top spot on the podium. Becoming a pro speed skater requires rigorous and repetitive training on and off the ice, which can lead to overuse injuries in the knees, ankles, legs, and groin. To keep their muscles healthy and their opponents behind them, speed skaters like Brittany turn to BEMER PEMF therapy. Thanks to increased local blood flow, muscles have greater access to oxygen and nutrients to fuel intense activity. This enhanced muscle function leads to better performance, better endurance, and––most importantly––better podium placements.

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