BOSTON – Former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was recently in the news again after announcing his endorsement deal with Abacus Health for a line of CBD (cannabidiol) products. Gronkowski says that CBD products have helped him live pain-free for the first time in a long time. Additionally, Gronkowski also commented to Business Insider that Tom Brady's sports therapy center and methods, under the TB12 banner, were crucial for helping alleviate the pain that plagued much of his NFL career.
The TB12 method has been a big aspect of the lives of many Patriots players, as it has not only kept Brady as youthful and energetic as possible, but it has also been crucial in Julian Edelman's recovery. The TB12 center is also credited with aiding the recovery of new Patriots wideout Demaryius Thomas during the off-season, as Thomas has been struggling with injuries.
Now, the TB12 brand has gone to the next level by opening the first ever Boston location for the sports therapy centers.
TB12 Boston officially opened this week, joining TB12 Foxborough as the first two locations where people who are not professional football players can make appointments to train in the same manner that Brady does, including diets and workouts. Additionally, TB12 Boston is also going to have a retail store where supplements are available for purchase.
TB12 Boston is located at 699 Boylston Street in the Back Bay and it will surely be popular during its tenure.
Ever since the Super Bowl victory against the Atlanta Falcons, Brady has tripled down on the TB12 method and his partnership with trainer Alex Guerrero. He definitely seems to be a lot weirder than he used to be and, to be honest, I am still not sure if TB12 is a cult or not. But, Brady has brought six Super Bowl titles to New England and he has a pretty solid social media game, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.
In Brady's Instagram post, he also remarked that TB12 will also be opening facilities in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and a number of other major American cities.
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