Someone who knows first hand how grueling summer camp practices are on the body is pro fullback, James Develin, who played on the 2015 and 2016 New England Patriots championship teams. Develin is fully aware that even with proper hydration, stretching and rest between practice and games, it’s important to stay healthy by avoiding injuries and muscle cramps.
Rick is also joined by Harvard Medical School neurobiology professor Bruce Bean. Dr. Bean is the co-inventor of HOTSHOT, the only scientifically proven solution to prevent and treat muscle cramps. Consumed before, during or after exercise, HOTSHOT facilitates the synchronization of communication between the nerves and muscles, so athletes can push harder, train longer and finish stronger.
Develin is a pro football champion fullback who began his professional career in 2012. The two-time big game champion is considered one of the best fullbacks on the field. He played college football for four years at Brown University as a defensive end.
Dr. Bruce Bean is the Robert Winthrop Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School. Bean’s studies are helping uncover the molecular basis of ion channels and neuronal electrical firing, both of which contributed heavily to the formulation of HOTSHOT. These insights will be instrumental in developing novel medicines to alleviate pain and to address other disorders related to ion channel pathophysiology.