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6 Products You Absolutely Need to Relieve Sore Muscles

January 16, 2018

6 Products You Absolutely Need to Relieve Sore Muscles

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6 Products You Absolutely Need In Order to Relieve Sore Muscles
Hyperice Venom

Great for low back soreness in particular, Samuel recommends this device that offers both heat and vibration in the form of a belt. Wrap it around your waist to loosen the muscles you might have tweaked from that wonky deadlift the day before. A digital touchscreen lets you customize the exact temperature and type of vibration for the best massage you've ever gotten without seeing a massage therapist.

$249,   Buy It Here

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While the   TheraGun  may look more like a power tool, it helps loosen your muscles just like a foam roller. When you turn it on, the ball attached pulsates at a rapid pace, relaxing any and all tight body parts. And if pro athletes in the NBA, NFL, and MLB use it, it's got to be good.

$599,   Buy It Here

Related:   Meet the TheraGun, the NBA's Secret Sideline Weapon
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Maybe you were squatting and tweaked your knee. Or, like Samuel, have tendonitis that flares up from time to time. Icing these parts of your body will help them become less inflamed, but sometimes — depending on where the injury is — plastic bags filled with ice don't always stay in place. That's where the   Freeze Sleeve  comes in.

This easy-to-use icepack sleeve can be used anywhere you need it. It gives you 360 degrees of coverage and compression. Use it just like any other form of ice — 20 minutes on, 20 minutes off. (But keep in mind: Always seek medical treatment if your injury worsens or doesn't go away.)

Starts at $50,   Buy It Here

Related:   These 2 Moves Will Help You Come Back From a Lower-Body Injury

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Kick your foam rolling up a notch with this vibrating option — and one of Samuel's go-tos. Its vibrations target your deep tissue, helping deliver blood and oxygen to the areas that need it most. In addition, the surface of this foam roller is three-dimensional, which helps oxygenate your muscles even more.

$100,   Buy It Here

Related:   The Right Time to Foam Roll
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Sometimes you need something smaller than a foam roller to really target a specific part of your body. And this small, textured ball does exactly that. You can put it on the floor and roll the bottoms of your feet if they're hurting after a long run, or you can place it in between your back and the nearest wall to hit an exact spot that you might have tweaked.

$40,   Buy It Here

Related:   Is Muscle Soreness Really a Sign Of an Effective Workout?
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Biofreeze Pain Relief Gel

As the No. 1 clinically recommended brand for pain relief gel,   Biofreeze  is a topical ointment for sore and achy muscles and joints. It contains   menthol, which provides a cooling sensation that helps counteract pain, fast. If you're on the go and don't have enough time to ice or foam roll, this gel definitely comes in handy.

$10,   Buy It Here

Related:   3 Ways to Speed Up Recovery after a Hard Workout


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Size Guide

Your Freeze Sleeve should fit snug around the treated area. It's compression is not intended for support, but to hold the sleeve in place providing mobile recovery. If you are in between sizes, it is recommended that you order the larger size to ensure adequate cold therapy with compression.

For specific details, refer to the Size Chart and Measurement Guides listed below.

SIZE CHART



MEASUREMENT GUIDES

 
WRIST:
Measure circumference of wrist 2 inches above where the hand meets the wrist.

 
ELBOW:
With arm bent at 90 degrees, measure from outer point and around inner crease of elbow.

 
ANKLE:
Measure circumference of ankle from the heel to 2 inches above the bridge of the foot.

 
SHIN & CALF:
 Measure circumference of area around the largest portion of the calf.

 
KNEE:
 While standing, measure circumference of knee 3 inches  above where the knee bends.

 
HAMSTRING & QUAD:
 While standing, measure circumference of area around the largest portion of the quad & hamstring.

 

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