5 Keys to Unlocking Your Athletic Potential

Every day athletes need the right tools and support to perform their best and recover properly. In this blog post, we'll take a look at the essential things that everyday athletes need, both kit and non-kit, to achieve their goals.

Wearable Tech

Old school athletes may shun wearable tech, but data is essential for tracking progress and improving performance. Even budget-friendly options can provide valuable data about your training, including heart rate, sleep quality, recovery time, distance traveled, speed, and calories burned. Use this data to track your progress over time, identify areas where you need to improve, and adjust your training accordingly. Wearable tech is not a magic bullet, but it can be a helpful tool for athletes who are serious about improving their performance. 

Recovery Tools 

In our previous post by sports physio Jamie Stewart, he covered the fundamentals of avoiding injuries. However, there is certain gear that can help you feel better recovered and start workouts strong. For example, a muscle and joint spray can relieve tension and improve mobility, especially if you have any soreness or stiffness from previous workouts.

The Right Social Media Influencers 

Social media influencers can be a valuable tool for achieving your goals, even though they sometimes get a bad rap. The key is to follow the right people who bring value to your life. There are influencers out there posting reliable, accurate, and inspiring content in every sport, and a healthy dose of their content can motivate you to achieve your goals.

Hygiene Solutions 

Hygiene solutions are essential in sport to prevent the spread of germs and infections, which can lead to illness, lost training time, and decreased performance. Our Sports Kit spray is designed to be an everyday hygiene practice to keep you ready for your next workout. 


Sure, you can achieve an incredible amount alone. But, community is important for athletes because it provides support, motivation, and accountability. Athletes can learn from each other, share tips and advice, and push each other to be their best. Community can also provide a sense of belonging and camaraderie, which can make the journey of being an athlete more enjoyable and fulfilling.

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