Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Eng3 Corporation announces Challenge Penticton Expo as the forum for introducing the NanoVi Pro™ device to athletes. While this will be the first exhibition for athletes, the NanoVi Pro™ has been used and tested at Olympic training centers. It also has a history of success in the health and wellness arenas.
Ironman competitor Dr. Ken Cashion initiated Eng3’s participation in the expo. He considers the NanoVi Pro™ device an essential part of his training regime and thought other athletes and their families would want to know about it. “I recover so much faster and feel great even after consecutive workouts” Cashion explains.
This innovative technology is used to address oxidative stress damage and improve the body’s cellular activities. For endurance athletes, who metabolize a great deal of oxygen, addressing oxidative stress is critical for both health and performance. What makes this technology exceptional, according to Eng3 CEO Hans Eng, is that it triggers a biological process without introducing drugs or anything unnatural into the system.
Challenge Penticton, Canada is the first North American race organized by the Challenge Family of endurance races. This iron-distance triathlon marks a new era in the South Okanagan’s 30-year history of Ironman races. “We are certainly pleased that Eng3 selected Challenge Penticton, Canada to debut their product to athletes,” comments Drew Vincent of Challenge Penticton.
ABOUT Eng3 Corporation. Eng3 designs and manufactures NanoVi™ products in Seattle, Washington. The company was formed in 2003 and released its current NanoVi™ technology in late 2010. Eng3’s approach is called bio-identical signaling because output from the device is identical to the biological signal the body naturally produces to initiate repair and regeneration. A standard session on the NanoVi Pro is 20 minutes but triathletes and other performance athletes needing to boost regeneration and recovery use it much more.
For information: http://www.eng3corp.com
Video: Ironman uses NanoVi