Senior British Gymnastics Champion in 2010 and 2011 as well as being the youngest member of the British team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Hannah Whelan has been a dedicated gymnast since the age of six.
Hannah trains for over 30 hours a week to keep on top of her game and recovers on her Sports Therapy mattress to ensure full support and rest for her body.
Hannah explains “The Sports Therapy mattress provides amazing support and comfort during my sleep. Due to my high-intensity training schedule, getting lots of relaxation, recovery and rest time is really important. My Vogue mattress supports my body as well as making sure I get a great night’s sleep before training – I love it!”
The Sports Therapy mattress features Blu Cool memory foam to provide unsurpassed support and allows you to find your favourite sleeping position and begin the recovery process straight away. The memory foam is uniquely designed to combat heat that normal memory foam generates, so it cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The castellated multi-zone foam mattress is topped with the Blu Cool memory foam to provide extreme comfort. The structure of this mattress suits anyone with an active lifestyle who seeks a comfortable, supportive and therapeutic sleep.
With this year’s XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow fast approaching (23 July – 3 August 2014) the athletes competing in the 17 sports are training hard.
Weightlifter Zoe Smith, gymnasts Kristian Thomas and Hannah Whelan, 400m hurdler Dai Greene and Paralympics swimmer Claire Cashmore, are all aiding their recovery in the lead-up to the games by sleeping on a Vogue Beds’ Sports Therapy mattress.
The Sports Therapy mattresses are specifically designed for anyone with an active lifestyle. At the centre of each of the mattresses is a multi-zone foam unit with individual castellated comfort cells which create air channels. These enhance ventilation and airflow while cooling the mattress. This unique combination promotes therapeutic sleep by alleviating pressure points and easing aches and pains.