Las Vegas Raiders partner with EoS Fitness to introduce Del Sol Academy Recovery Room
On Tuesday morning, the Del Sol Academy Recovery Room was officially introduced by the Las Vegas Raiders and EoS Fitness following a partnership to provide student athletes a much needed space filled with tools and amenities to help performance and recovery. The unveiling was hosted at Del Sol Academy to the Del Sol football team and cheerleading squad.
Professional-grade stretch tables, foam rollers, and a selection of resistance bands made for stretching and resistance training, are all featured in the Del Sol Academy Recovery Room. There’s even DreamSeat recliners that utilize the Normatec dynamic air compression boots and Hyperice’s Hypervolt percussion massage guns. The Raiders, EoS Fitness, and Hyperice all contributed and donated the equipment.
“Having the opportunity to introduce student athletes to the importance of taking a rest day or investing in recovery is something we’re proud of,” said Senior Regional Vice President of Sales and Operations for EoS Fitness, Eric McCauley. “As a company, EoS continues to focus on providing next level recovery amenities in all our gyms and now we’re able to share these innovative recovery options with Del Sol Academy athletes as part of this partnership with the Las Vegas Raiders.”
“The Raiders are proud to work with EoS Fitness to provide support for Del Sol Academy and its students,” said Raiders Senior Vice President and Chief Sales Officer Qiava Martinez. “The Raiders take pride in our commitment to the Las Vegas community and hope the Recovery Room will be a wonderful addition to the Del Sol Academy campus and a valuable resource to its students.”
In order to celebrate their collaboration at the Del Sol Academy Recovery Room, a one-of-a-kind mural was commissioned by the Raiders and EoS Fitness. Arizona-based group exercise instructor Thomasa Semaan, the muralist, works with EoS.
“We are so thankful to the Raiders, EoS, and Hyperice for investing in the well-being of our student-athletes,” said CCSD Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara, “The amenities in this new space will help our athletes prevent injuries as well as rest and recover. Our students will be excited to see how the mural painted by Thomasa Semaan will bring a creative aspect to their recovery room.”