Hyperice, the innovative recovery and movement company, announced in March it has acquired NormaTec, the maker of a popular leg recovery device. The acquisition is billed as an “absolute game-changer for the performance and wellness industry.”
“We found a company that shared our vision and mission and we are excited to welcome them into the Hyperice family,” said Anthony Katz, Hyperice founder.
The Hyperice family recently moved into their new headquarters at Discovery Park, a campus office workplace with built-in flexibility for fast-growing companies. From flexible space layout to interior design, campus office lets companies like Hyperice highlight their distinctive cultures with customized space.
The company believes that quality of life is intimately connected to movement, and Discovery Park offers plenty of opportunities for employees to get active throughout the work day. Three, tech-forward fitness centers, onsite Zagster bike share and nearby running trails keep the team moving.
Hyperice makes sports recovery tools that use thermal, vibration and percussion technology, and employees enjoy testing out the latest creations at their Discovery Park HQ. With the acquisition of NormaTec, teams are now hard at work on an innovative “wellness pod” that will combine the full suite of Hyperice and NormaTec devices.