Winning is hard. We can make it easier.

Winning is hard. We can make it easier.

On the field. In the weight room. In practice.The CoolMitt® device is a breakthrough product that improves performance, is easy to use AND fits into any existing training routine.

YOU WON’T NEED TO CHANGE YOUR EXISTING PRACTICE ROUTINE AT ALL.

Winning is hard. We can make it easier.
  • Improve team strength & fitness

  • > 114%

    Increase in strength

    Reduced cramping

  • > 44%

    Improvement in endurance

    Benefits in training, competition, rehab and physical therapy



  • Protect players from harsh environments

  • Non-invasive

    Prevents overheating

  • Rapid muscle recovery in training and at events/games

    Increase in user activity

  • Easy to use, no setup required

  • Add ice at the beginning of the day


    ‍One button operation

  • Pre-set to maintain optimum temperature‍

    Charge the battery over night

  • Fits into your training routines

  • Athletes just slip their hand into the mitt during normal breaks/between sets

    Portable

  • Use during stationary endurance training‍

    Rechargable

As your athletes’ muscles work, their muscle temperatures rise.

PROVEN BIOLOGY

As your athletes’ muscles work, their muscle temperatures rise.

Small increases can have dramatic effects on performance and safety. To stop this rise in temperature, your muscles have fail-safe mechanisms that activate when temperatures get too high.  This impedes the muscle’s ability to work at high levels, leading to fatigue.  

THIS IS WHY YOUR ATHLETES FATIGUE OVER TIME!

Fortunately, the palms of our hands are highly effective radiators to transfer cool blood to our heart.  The heart prioritizes sending this cool blood to the overheated muscles and cool blood flows to those muscles quickly.  As the blood cools the muscles, your capacity to work improves.

Circulating properly cooled water around the ideal area on the palms will help regulate internal temperatures and enhance performance and provide safety.

As your athletes’ muscles work, their muscle temperatures rise.

Here's the Bottom line

When your team cools its core during workouts, practice sessions and during competitions, your team’s performance will improve.

Studies

The CoolMitt® approach has been proven effective in a number of scientific studies.

  • Make the Most of Rehab: Recover in as Little as 5 Minutes with CoolMitt® Technology

    Make the Most of Rehab: Recover in as Little as...

    Make the Most of Rehab: Recover in as Little as 5 Minutes with CoolMitt® Technology. CoolMitt® palmar cooling enabled firefighters to recover twice as fast as passive cooling. ‍ CoolMitt®...

    Make the Most of Rehab: Recover in as Little as...

    Make the Most of Rehab: Recover in as Little as 5 Minutes with CoolMitt® Technology. CoolMitt® palmar cooling enabled firefighters to recover twice as fast as passive cooling. ‍ CoolMitt®...

  • Dip Study with NFL Tight End

    Dip Study with NFL Tight End

    A tight end for the San Francisco 49ers performed triceps dips in his regular exercise routine.  He was able to do 40 in his first set with decreasing numbers in...

    Dip Study with NFL Tight End

    A tight end for the San Francisco 49ers performed triceps dips in his regular exercise routine.  He was able to do 40 in his first set with decreasing numbers in...

  • Bench Press Study with NFL Tight End

    Bench Press Study with NFL Tight End

    A tight end for the Oakland Raiders chose to do workouts that were 6 sets of 225 lb bench presses. He started at a baseline of 51 reps. After 3...

    Bench Press Study with NFL Tight End

    A tight end for the Oakland Raiders chose to do workouts that were 6 sets of 225 lb bench presses. He started at a baseline of 51 reps. After 3...

  • Pull Up Study

    Pull Up Study

    The subject improved from 180 pull ups to 616 pull ups.  The most significant gains were seen on cooling days, not control days.

    Pull Up Study

    The subject improved from 180 pull ups to 616 pull ups.  The most significant gains were seen on cooling days, not control days.

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