DeAndre Hopkins uses the Theragun PRO and Theragun mini massage guns together with the RecoveryAir PRO, a fully customizable pneumatic compression system, to recover from the physically demanding life as a wide receiver in the NFL.
In the locker room and on the field, the five-time Pro Bowler uses the Theragun PRO as part of his warm-up routine, for muscle activation, and for enhanced recovery after games and workout sessions. And if he is on the go, Hopkins always has a Theragun mini with him.
“Since the first time I used a Theragun, it quickly became a staple in my everyday routine and a key asset in how I take care of my body,” he explained. In fact, the five-time All-Pro grew so passionate about Theragun and the company behind it that he saw himself as more than just a brand ambassador.
“Therabody champions whole-body wellness — an industry that I think will only continue to grow as people prioritize their health more than ever,” Hopkins said about his decision to invest in the company.
“I was impressed with their forward-thinking mission and knew it made sense for me to make a personal commitment and invest in a company that has the ability to revolutionize the health and wellness market.”
Therabody CEO Benjamin Nazarian was also thrilled to welcome Hopkins to the company. “[…] We are proud of the fact that he believes so strongly in our company, mission, and future growth plans that he would want to make the commitment to invest in our company.”
“DeAndre embodies the true spirit of Therabody – performance, heart, and style – and we could not be more excited about him joining our team,” Nazarian added.
About DeAndre Hopkins
Born on June 6, 1992, in Clemson, South Carolina, DeAndre Rashaun Hopkins played college football at Clemson and was a first-round pick by the Houston Texans in the NFL Draft of 2013. After seven seasons in Texas, he was traded to the Arizona Cardinals in 2020.
Hopkins signed a two-year contract with the team and recorded a career-high 14 receptions in his debut. In his first season with the team, Hopkins finished with 115 receptions, thereby breaking the franchise record set by his teammate Larry Fitzgerald. He is also a five-time Pro Bowler and was named to five All-Pro teams.
Featured image courtesy of Therabody.