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Technogym whips Brazilian and Russian teams into shape for the 2018 FIFA World Cup
12 Jun 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Neymar trains in the Technogym training facility in preparation for the World Cup
Technogym has been named as the official supplier of training equipment and digital training solutions for both the Brazilian and Russian National Teams at this year's World Cup in Russia.

Located at the national team's headquarters in Granja Comary,Teresopolis, and at the training camp in Sochi, Russia, the Brazillian team's training facilities will be fully outfitted with Technogym equipment including the company's latest innovation, the Skill line.

The Russian players will also have dedicated Technogym training camps, both in Austria and at their headquarters in Novogorsk.

Technogym has developed tailor-made training solutions - including cardiovascular, strength, flexibility and rehabilitation programming - for both teams using the Skill line, including the SkillMill, the SkillRun and the SkillRow machines, as well as the company's Excite and Selection training lines.

Equipped with the Mywellness cloud, Technogym's fully-integrated digital ecosystem, players are able to stay connected to their own personal training programmes and track their performance via wearable and mobile devices.

"The partnership with the Brazillian and Russian national teams once again confirms Technogym's positioning as the reference brand for the global sport elite," said the company in a release.

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