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Creating a competitive edge with TechNiche International's Cooling Vests

Few brands cross over multiple teams at the World Cup. You can see Adidas. You can see Nike. Maybe you will see Under Armor and Umbro. You will definitely see TechNiche International's KewlShirt, HyperKewl and KewlFit brands at the World Cup in Brazil across multiple teams.

As the world's best football players gather in their nation's training camps in preparation for Brazil 2014, many of these star athletes will be introduced to a new weapon in their Coach's and Doctor's drive to create a competitive edge. The Dutch National Football Team coached by Louis van Gaal, the Belgian National Football Team Coached by Marc Wilmots, and the English National Football Team coached by Roy Hodgson will all be using personal cooling products developed by TechNiche International. You can expect to see world class players such as van Persie, or Andrea Pirlo playing at their best as they stay cool and comfortable in the Brazilian heat with TechNiche International's KewlFit and KewlShirt products.

TechNiche International is a manufacturer of cooling vests and accessories for athletes, workers and anyone battling the heat. For more information please go to www.techniche-intl.com

TechNiche International, keeping you comfortable at work, rest and play!

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Cooling the body down, rather than building up a sweat, could be an effective way of losing weight, a new research from Harvard University revealed.The Scientists concluded that brown fat – a “good” fat that burns calories – is activated by the cold. Brown Fat is found naturally in humans and consumes calories to generate [...]

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