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Tom Brady, sleeping peacefully in a bed, wearing TB12 Sleep Recovery sleepwear.
TOM BRADY
QB, New England
TOM BRADY'S SECRET TO RECOVERY
INSPIRED BY TB12
INSPIRED BY TB12
SHOP MEN
SHOP WOMEN
TOM BRADY’S
SECRET TO RECOVERY
TRACK YOUR SLEEP
WITH UA RECORD.
Misty Copeland, sleeping peacefully in a bed, wearing TB12 Sleep Recovery sleepwear.
MISTY COPELAND
Principal Ballerina
MISTY COPELAND’S SECRET TO RECOVERY
INSPIRED BY TB12
INSPIRED BY TB12
SHOP MEN
SHOP WOMEN
MISTY COPELAND’S
SECRET TO RECOVERY
TRACK YOUR SLEEP
WITH UA RECORD.
HOW IT WORKS
Tom Brady has built his career on excellence. A critical piece to sustaining his peak performance has been recovery, with a particular focus on sleep.

We’ve used that insight to create an advanced sleep system that helps your body to rebuild itself while you rest.
The key is the print on the inside of the Athlete Recovery Sleepwear, which leverages the power of Far Infrared.

Far Infrared is a type of energy on the infrared spectrum that has several benefits for the human body.
Our goal was to harness it even when you’re resting. The soft bioceramic print on the inside of the garment absorbs the body’s
natural heat and reflects Far Infrared back to the skin.
Tom Brady has built his career on excellence. A critical piece to sustaining his peak performance has been recovery, with a particular focus on sleep.

We’ve used that insight to create an advanced sleep system that helps your body to rebuild itself while you rest. The key is the print on the inside of the Athlete Recovery Sleepwear, which leverages the power of Far Infrared.

Far Infrared is a type of energy on the infrared spectrum that has several benefits for the human body. Our goal was to harness it even when you’re resting. The soft bioceramic print on the inside of the garment absorbs the body’s natural heat and reflects Far Infrared back to the skin.
Click here for NIH independent study on the benefits of Far Infrared energy on recovery.
TOM BRADY’S SIX STEPS TO A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP
CREATE A PRE-SLEEP ROUTINE TO RELAX
Shut down devices 30 min before sleep & quiet the mind.
BE CONSISTENT WITH BEDTIME
Sleep is better if you train your body to get into a rhythm.
STAY COOL
The ideal sleep temperature is 65 degrees Fahrenheit/18.5 degrees Celsius.
KEEP THE NOISE DOWN
Create a quiet environment or use a sound masking / cancellation aid.
AIR QUALITY IS KEY
Keep your room clean. Contaminants like animal dander and dust restrict your breathing.
WEAR ATHLETE RECOVERY SLEEPWEAR
It helps your body recover faster and promotes better sleep.
MISTY COPELAND: WHY SLEEP MATTERS
TRACK YOUR SLEEP WITH UA RECORD
ONE MISSION: MAKE YOU BETTER
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