Leeds Rhinos Star Hall scores a Try at new Jacuzzi Showroom

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Leeds Rhinos and England international rugby star Ryan Hall took a break from training for the 2015 Super League season to try out the brand new wet test facility at Jacuzzi’s Leeds showroom.


The award-winning winger, who was England’s top try scorer in the 2014 Four Nations tournament, took a dip during a sneak preview of the redesigned showroom to experience the full therapeutic effect of Jacuzzi’s latest hydromassage hot tubs.


Ryan said: “As a professional athlete I have a demanding fitness regime and it’s important to allow my body to recover between training sessions.”


Ryan opted for the J375 to complement his rigorous schedule and help him maintain peak performance.


“Jacuzzi is the original hot tub brand and well known for its expertise in hydrotherapy spa systems so it’s the natural choice for sports people and anyone who’s serious about their health and fitness,” he said.


Ryan grew up in Leeds and has spent his entire professional career with the Rhinos, having joined the academy in 2006. He signed a new five-year deal with the club last year which will keep him at Headingley Carnegie until at least the end of the 2018 season.


Paul Farrell, Marketing Manager of Jacuzzi Spa and Bath Ltd, said: “Top sports people like Ryan really appreciate the therapeutic benefits of our products and the role they can play in recovery and rehabilitation.


“It’s also a great way for him to relax with friends and family when he’s off the pitch.


“We’re delighted that Ryan has chosen a genuine Jacuzzi hot tub to support him through his training and matches and we look forward to following him and his team through the 2015 Super League season.”