​Perform Better have teamed up with Gloucester Rugby’s Tom Savage for 2019

Posted on: March 14, 2019 by Perform Better

Perform Better will be exhibiting at Elevate on stand no K25

Perform Better have teamed up with Gloucester Rugby’s Tom Savage for 2019.

Savage has been a part of Gloucester Rugby since 2011, and is known as Mr Fitness within the club, and is closing in on his 200th appearance for the side.

Tom Savage is the first rugby player to join the Perform Better Ambassador Programme, which was launched in the summer of 2018. The programme supports professional athletes with key equipment for training and recovery, in addition to flagship items for tournaments and events.

As an ambassador for Perform Better Tom Savage will engage with audience over the benefits of elite training and the benefits of using the specialist Perform Better equipment, as well as attending key events, seminars and workshops in the industry with the Perform Better team.

Speaking of the announcement Tom Savage said:  “I enjoy the challenge of being a professional rugby player, on and off the field. I’ve always had an interest in strength and conditioning and am constantly looking at ways to push the boundaries on a daily basis.

“I invest a lot of time on my recovery so that I am in the best condition physically and mentally for every training session and game. I am delighted to join the Perform Better team and take my recovery to the next level.”

Perform Better Director, Mark Gladwin said: “Perform Better specialise in Elite Sport and have bought Tom Savage on board to strengthen this mantra. He is a consummate professional on and off the field and we can’t wait to help him achieve his PB throughout his career.”

Perform Better are the UK’s most innovative supplier of Performance Monitoring and Training Equipment specialising in meeting the needs of the Professional Sports, University and School markets in the UK and Europe.

For more information on Perform Better please visit performbetter.co.uk or call 01926 813916. 


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