Marc Pro, the creator of electronic muscle recovery and conditioning devices that aim to improve athlete performance, has formalized a partnership with pro triathlete, Heather Jackson. Having benefitted from testing and using Marc Pro throughout the past racing season, Jackson has selected Marc Pro as her exclusive partner for muscle recovery and pain relief.
Based in Bend, Oregon Heather Jackson holds notable accolades and titles including a recent 5th place finish at the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship. She is also the 2015 IRONMAN Coeur D’Alene Champion and 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside Champion.
“I am excited to officially formalize my partnership with Marc Pro,” said Jackson. “After receiving a device over a year ago, it quickly became part of my day-to-day recovery routine. I immediately noticed a difference in how quickly my muscles recovered after hard sessions, which allowed me to be better prepared to hit the next session.
“I use my Marc Pro 3-4 times per day and love that I can use it while eating, reading, watching TV and even on flights during travel. I am so grateful to have their support.”
Marc Pro utilizes 30 years of medical device experience and research and has worked with many of the world’s leading pro sports teams to develop its easy-to- use device. Unlike muscle-building or pain-masking devices, Marc Pro utilizes a unique and proprietary technology that activates muscle fibres in a way that ‘does not fatigue nor stress tissues while it conditions it for optimal recovery.’
Heather Jackson joins over 100 professional teams and athletes that are already using Marc Pro and Marc Pro Plus to obtain the benefits of recovery, conditioning and pain relief.
“We are proud to have Heather as part of the Marc Pro team,” said Marc Pro President, Ryan Heaney. “Heather trains so hard, and we plan on helping her get more out of that hard work by more fully recovering with the use of Marc Pro. We have loved watching her grow as an athlete and personality in the triathlon space and look forward to helping her reach her ultimate triathlon goals.”
Jackson will defend her title at this year’s IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside. She will race the Wildflower Triathlon, and IRONMAN 70.3 St. George. Jackson plans to compete again at the IRONMAN World Championships pending 2016 qualification for the event.