The massaging tools you need for workout
Foam rollers, muscle massagers–– these will give your workout a boost. February is a great time to introduce new aspects to your training that will help you get even more out of your workout. Adding foam rolling and self massaging tools into your regime can help with myofascial release. This is the process of rolling out tight muscles and relieving tension. It can ease muscle soreness, increase flexibility and improves circulation. Here we suggest some of the products available: Classic Foam Roller: The long, cylindrical shape is perfect for self-massage and working deeper into the muscle, not only to ease muscle soreness but also to help speed up muscle recovery. This really benefits your sports performance. Thera Cane: The unique shape of the Thera Cane massager allows you to work specific muscles across the body. It is particularly useful for hard-to-reach upper-body muscles such as those around the neck and shoulders, and down the back.
The Stick: The Stick's slimmer, hand-held design will allow you to target muscles more precisely, making it a good choice for those already familiar with a foam roller. Trigger Point Nano Foot Roller: It has been specifically designed to improve flexibility and relieve minor muscular aches and pains by providing the same sensation as a massage therapist's fingertips. So pick one, and get cracking.
ADDING FOAM ROLLING AND SELF-MASSAGING TOOLS TO YOUR WORKOUT REGIME CAN HELP WITH MYOFASCIAL RELEASE