With all the talk of nutrition, biometrics, anaerobic fitness, and whatever Lance Armstrong got up to, it should be remembered that in ball sports the most important organs are the eyes.
Training the body is more than just running around cones, sit-ups, pumping protein in the gym, and playing Xbox back in the hotel.
And to that extent OPSM have realised that there is a lot to gain by getting involved with helping out professional sports clubs.
There has been a connection in New Zealand already with OPSM’s sponsorship of cricket umpires; which was more than just getting an easy laugh. There is also a connection taking place in the Ashes series.
Over in Australia OPSM are developing a partnership with the AFL. This gives the clubs the best performance out of their players, and it also helps with the players’ long term welfare.
As an aside, note how they seem to helping with lengthening the shorts and helping with circulation to the other important parts. That may be a coincidence.
So here is a summary of the fledgling relationship between OPSM and AFL. And for those of you who like watching toned young men in tight clothing, there is a bit of eye candy on offer too.
This is a sponsored post but opinions are my own.