Andy: Hey guys how are you? Andy Murphy here again. As you can tell I’m a bit sweaty and messed up. That’s because of this man here. That’s my good buddy, Jon Edge. I’m actually here in San Diego downtown. I was going to say the name of the gym, what’s it called again?
Jon: Fit Athletic Club.
Andy: Fit Athletic Club. As you can see it’s not a bad surrounding. Yeah, exactly, exactly. What’s going on here is actually … What’s this stadium here?
Jon: Petco Park, is where the Padres play.
Andy: There was Deadmau5 there the other week, and we got baseball there every week. These guys come out here and play, you can hear the loud music. That’s a little bit by my rant. The reason why I wanted to have a chat with you who are in training, is that a lot of you know that I train in MMA, mixed martial arts and stuff, and probably about a couple years ago I got my knee snapped in half actually training. It wasn’t even in a fight, it was training. Some idiot, right. For the past two years I’ve been rehabbing my knee and I’m pretty good with injuries. I’ve smashed everything you can possibly imagine since I’ve been a kid, including broke my back when was 8, 9 or 10 years old training. Over the last 18 months, I’ve rebuilt my knee, but to a certain level. I knew that I couldn’t take it any further, and then I met my good mate Jon here. Something he’s one of the founders of, is something called AquaLogix.
AquaLogix as you can see, they might seem just nothing, but I swear … We use them in the pool. I’m not even going to give you a demonstration today, but literally within a month of training with Jon … Yeah, he looks in shape, doesn’t he … Literally within a month of training with Jon, I’m about to go back to jiu jitsu class. That’s the first time in two years and my knee feels absolutely incredible. I just wanted to get Jon to explain what the difference is between this. What’s the difference between this and anything else I can do?
Jon: The biggest thing is that you have resistance in every plane, all, circular, linear, whatever you’re moving, you got resistance in the water. By just adding this, this what we put on Andy’s leg and actually around the cuff of his ankle, and by doing that offers him the ability to create resistance in all directions. Normally if you do a rehab you just get a tubing or something. With the tubing you only got resistance for one way and back, forward or over sideways, but by using it in the pool, everything he does from all different angles, and it’s all safer way to rehab and a lot more complete version of getting the entire … All the muscle fibers are going to get incorporated.