Muscle Scraping: Can It Improve Muscle Performance?

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In the constant quest for better muscle performance, athletes and gym goers are now turning towards a technique called muscle scraping. A direct manipulation of muscle tissue to improve blood flow and alleviate adhesions or knots, muscle scraping has been used for thousands of years, but only now is science revealing its potential benefits. Let’s take a look at what … Read More

Sore Muscles? Stretching & Hydrating Not Enough? Try These Top 5 Muscle Soreness Relief Techniques (Advanced)

Krista BugdenDOMS Management, Muscle Soreness Relief, Pain ReliefLeave a Comment

Are you suffering from sore legs, sore calves, or just plain-old delayed onset muscle soreness? Maybe you pushed it a little too hard during your last workout. Or perhaps you recently started a new exercise program or routine. Soreness and discomfort are to be expected. But what do you do when stretching or re-hydrating aren’t enough? Sore muscles arise from … Read More

One Chiropractors Professional Recommendations for Muscle Soreness Relief

Tracey RoizmanDOMS Management, Muscle Soreness Relief, Pain ReliefLeave a Comment

Chiropractor on Muscle Soreness

Working out is exhilarating and rewarding but exercise too much and your body will let you know. Sore, tender muscles after a long or intense workout can last for days, leading to misery and regret—the exact opposite of your exercise intentions. Here are a few ways to avoid or minimize post-exercise muscle soreness as well as speed up your recovery … Read More

How Vibration Therapy Helps Athletes

Krista BugdenDOMS Management, Fitness Training, Mobility & Recovery, Pain Relief, vibration therapy2 Comments

Brent Fikowski using the Sidekick Fuse

The legacy of Ancient Greece lives on. Thousands of year later, the ideas of these ancient people are deeply rooted in modern society. But, what does that have to do with CrossFit or athletics? Most people will immediately think of Olympic origins. And while true – the Olympics originated in Greece – the Greeks were also famously the first to … Read More

Muscle Adhesions: Are They Getting in the Way of Your Athletic Performance?

Krista BugdenIASTM, Mobility & Recovery, Pain ReliefLeave a Comment

“Muscle adhesion.” You may have heard the term in your physical therapist’s or doctor’s office. Or perhaps you came across in it when googling your symptoms. But what are muscle adhesions? A muscle adhesion is scar tissue that has developed in the muscles. It can cause muscle weakness, pain, and a limited range of motion. And it frequently goes undiagnosed. … Read More

How To Get Rid Of Shoulder Impingement

Krista BugdenMobility & Recovery, Pain ReliefLeave a Comment

You were performing your regular overhead shoulder presses. Something didn’t quite feel right. But you pushed through. The pain was there when you finished your workout. Now, your shoulder feels weak. You have shoulder pain when reaching for items on that hard-to-reach top shelf. It hurts to lie on your shoulder. You might even feel aching or pain in your … Read More

Should I buy the Curve or Echo?

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Curve and Echo image

As one of the most frequent questions we get from new customers, we wanted to breakdown the differences between the two so you can make an informed purchase. To clarify, both products are based on the same concept and applied the same way. They are both very effective and both come with a lubricant (one in balm form, and the … Read More