CAFU, BRAZILIAN FOOTBALL LEGEND RECOVERS IN BUBBLE | PURE AIR

Cafu - Bubble

Led by his physiotherapist Tiezerini Adriano, Marcos Evangelista de Moraes, better known as Cafu, the Brazilian football legend, uses Bubble | Pure Air in his recovery processes.

Marcos Evangelista de Moraes, better known as Cafu, is a former Brazilian football player renowned for being the only player in history to have won the UEFA Champions League, Copa Libertadores, Intercontinental Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Confederations Cup, Copa FIFA World Cup and Copa America.

After retiring, Cafu besides being a FIFA ambassador, has been giving some football lectures and collaborating with some sports brands. Also, as an elite sportsmen, he follows a rigorous daily workout that keeps him in shape after his retirement.

Zonair3d has had the pleasure to talk with Adriano Tiezerini, physiotherapist specialized in orthopedics and sports traumatology and aslo the person in charge of Cafu’s recovering process among other renowned athletes. he explains that one of the most important elements during recovery sessions with his athletes is the control of lactic acid.

For that reason he uses Bubble | Pure Air, the portable space filled with purified air that allows you to control lactic acid from the patients, and hold post- workout or competition muscle recovery sessions. Adriano points out: ‘ the results are fantastic, and the recovery of my patients is much faster than any other method known in physiotherapy‘.

A track record of success

Cafu’s career was one of the most successful in football’s history; he began his career in the football industry making his début at the legendary Sao Paulo from the great Tele Santana, winning two Paulists championships, a championship A Serie in Brazil and two Copa America in the five first years of his professional career.

Since its lateral position on the field never posed an obstacle to perform the feats he has developed during his career. Expert in cutting the game to push a team forward, Cafu made ​​example of his technique during the four World Cup in which he took part.

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