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AIF Announces Industry Partnership With Hyperice

Jul 26, 2021 | by Molly Fabri

Australia’s leading fitness training organisation, the Australian Institute of Fitness (AIF), has partnered with Hyperice, the industry leader in recovery technology and pioneer of percussion, vibration, dynamic air compression and thermal technology, to help its students and graduates deliver a more complete training experience.

Hyperice is Australia’s leading provider of recovery technology, with an extensive range of equipment incorporating percussion, ice compression, vibration and heat therapy. As the official recovery supplier for the All Blacks, Penrith Panthers, PNG Hunters and NSW Blues, the AIF joins a growing number of sports industry partners putting their trust in Hyperice’s recovery technology.

“Hyperice is committed to helping the world move better. We have applied our know-how to industries such as fitness, esports, healthcare, massage and workplace wellness on a global scale. We are excited to be partnering with the AIF who are also industry leaders and committed to helping their students reach their best potential,” said Mark Ogden, Australia Director of Hyperice.

Hyperice’s signature piece of technology, the Hypervolt, is a massage device that delivers rapid percussion, almost silently, to relieve tension and accelerate both warmup and recovery after physical activity. An exciting element of the new partnership will be the delivery of Hypervolts to each AIF campus around Australia, a move that will enable students to utilise the recovery tool in both the classroom and in the gym.

Announcing the partnership with Hyperice, AIF’s Head of Operations, Kim Horner, said “Our courses have always highlighted the importance of recovery times and techniques when training clients or participants. From rest and stretching to nutrition and sleep, AIF students are taught that they are best placed to help an individual achieve their goals when they incorporate effective recovery into their training program. As technological advances provide accessible and simple-to-use tools to further assist recovery, we are embracing the opportunity to educate the next generation of PTs about them. Joining forces with Hyperice, a leader in this field, enables us to do exactly this, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

The partnership benefits extend beyond AIF’s fitness students to their massage students too, answering the question ‘who massages the massage therapist?’ Having access to the Hypervolt on campus will ensure that massage students can quickly achieve the physical recovery they require to deliver quality massages throughout their training.

Discounts will also be available to AIF students and graduates to enable them to purchase their own Hypervolt and other products from Hyperice’s range of innovative recovery technology.
Learn more about Hyperice here.

About Hyperice:

Hyperice is on a mission to help the world move better. As the global recovery technology leader, specializing in vibration, percussion and thermal technology, Hyperice is used by the most elite athletes, professional sports leagues and teams to optimize player performance. Hyperice has applied its technology and know-how to industries such as fitness, esports, healthcare, massage, and workplace wellness on a global scale. In March 2020, Hyperice acquired Normatec, innovators of cutting-edge dynamic compression systems, and in December 2020 acquired RecoverX, pioneers of intelligent thermal technologies, to deliver next-generation performance and wellness solutions. For more information, visit

Molly Fabri

Molly Fabri

Communications and Partnerships Coordinator

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