What do the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers Have in Common?

Irvine, CA (February 3, 2011) Both teams get into shape for the big game with Power Plate Acceleration Training. As the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers get ready to hash it out, sports analysts across the country have their picks for who will take home Super Sunday glory. While each team brings its own strengths and strategies to the field, there is one common tool that they attribute, in part, to their success.

The Packers and the Steelers have incorporated Power Plate Acceleration Training into their workouts, utilizing vibration technology that stretches, strengthens and gets them in shape for the big game. Athletic coaches have enforced rigorous routines that include the Power Plate for fast, efficient workouts that pack on the muscle and increase endurance.

"If it's true that one is judged by the company they keep, we're proud of our association with some of the finest organizations in professional football," noted Mark de Gorter, President of Power Plate North America. "As the teams prepare for the traditional second season, Power Plate will be there with them, helping their athletes maintain their highly tuned competitive edge."

Power Plate® technology provides one of the most efficient and dynamic total-body workouts in less than 30 minutes utilizing scientifically-proven Advanced Vibration Technology™ that triggers involuntary muscle reactions 25-50 times per second while you exercise. The result is a high-intensity exercise that increases strength, improves muscle tone and balance. Power Plate® equipment's scientifically proven ability to reduce muscle pain and soreness and expedite the recovery of damaged muscles and tendons is integral to athletes on both sides who want to bring their best performances along with them to Sunday‚Äôs game.

About Power Plate

Used by elite athletes such as tennis greats Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal and baseball players Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox, Justin Morneau of the Minnesota Twins and Evan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays; celebrities like Courteney Cox, Hilary Swank and Clint Eastwood and people from all walks of life, Power Plate equipment benefits include: increased fitness, strength, muscle tone, flexibility, bone density and range of motion as well as improved blood circulation and lymphatic system activation. The complete Power Plate line of fitness equipment is designed for health clubs, wellness centers, spas, hospitals, physical therapy and rehabilitation clinics, professional and collegiate athletic training facilities, private fitness trainers and home use. Power Plate is headquartered in Irvine, Calif.