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Why Tom Brady & Alex Guerrero Started TB12

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  • July 2020
  • By TB12 Team
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TOM BRADY’S FOOTBALL career was in danger. His elbow tendinitis was so severe he couldn’t throw without pain, and the injury had been unresponsive to treatment. As Tom recalls, “I had been getting massage, cold treatments, hot treatments, ultrasound, electrostimulation treatments, ART, chiropractic work, stretching, and everything else in between for more than fifteen years from various athletic training staffs.” 

The solution? A new concept that came to be known as “muscle pliability,” performed by an outside-the-box thinker named Alex Guerrero.

"We see professional athletes, elite amateurs, high school athletes, college students who want to make the team or have their eyes on the pros, weekend warriors, and men and women from eight to 80 who just want to unlock more performance, whatever that may be, and increase their vitality through all stages of their lives." — Tom Brady

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