Russell Wilson Swears By Recovery Water to Help Him Get Over an Injury

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The Seattle Seahawks quarterback credits the water with helping him bounce back from an injury earlier this year
Russell Wilson’s Recovery Water

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Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks quarterback, is an investor in Reliant Recovery Water.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has a secret — he drinks a special water to help him recover from injuries.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Wilson revealed that he drinks Reliant Recovery Water to help him get back into fighting shape.

When the Seahawks played the Green Bay Packers last season, Wilson suffered a head injury after Packers linebacker Clay Matthews blocked him. It looked like Wilson was going to be out for the rest of the season, but he somehow bounced back from the injury and led the Seahawks to play in the Super Bowl.

“I banged my head during the Packers game in the playoffs, and the next day I was fine,” Wilson said in the Rolling Stones interview. “It was the water.”

Wilson is an investor in Reliant Recovery Water — purified water with charged nanostructures, minerals, and electrolytes. The water is made using an electro-kinetic process that the company claims replenishes the body’s cells. It is said to help those with active lifestyles experience less muscle damage and reduce muscle fatigue.

There are also two flavors: fresh peach and cucumber mint. The water company is based in Tacoma, Washington, and each bottle costs around $3.

“I know it works.” Russell said. “Soon you're going to be able to order it straight from Amazon.”

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