Bo Horvat uses the Theragun PRO massage gun to minimize the risk of injuries and help him recover from the gruelling travel, workout, and game schedule of a professional ice hockey player in the NHL.
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Knowing the high physical demands of the sport, the Vancouver Canucks center is fully aware that prioritizing recovery on and off the ice will allow him to continue performing at the highest level and set himself up for a long-lasting career.
Accordingly, he uses the Theragun PRO and other recovery devices daily. “Therabody helps me take control of my body by preparing me for games, practices, and any other physical activity – whether that’s working out or hitting the ice.”
Horvat is only the second ice hockey player to become a Therabody Athlete after Calgary Flames winger Johnny Gaudreau. The Los Angeles, California-based company is also the Official Recovery Partner of the Boston Bruins, the Dallas Stars, and the New York Rangers.
About Bo Horvat
Born on April 5th, 1995, in Rodney, Ontario, Canada, Bowie William Horvat was selected by the Vancouver Canucks with the 9th pick of the 2013 NHL Draft. After spending the 2013-14 season with the London Knights of the OHL, he made his NHL debut the following season.
In just three weeks, Horvat made enough of an impression that the Vanucks decided to not send him back to the OHL. He was named an NHL All-Star for the first time in his career in 2017. Two years later and at the age of only 24, Horvat became the 14th captain of the franchise.