Sports Recovery Tools

All The Tools You Need To Recover from Your Workouts


Strive for a balance between increasing WORKLOAD and RECOVERY


As you enhance your workouts, whether it be by adding resistance or increasing the complexity of programming, your body needs more attention on recovery so you can keep getting after it!

Quad Foam Rolling:

Search & Destroy

Once you find the tight spots, take a moment to shift side to side, then bend and extend you knee. Adding this extra technique will "destroy" those troublesome tight spots. Your quad will be ready for the next workout in no time!

2 minutes per side at least 3 days per week


ITB/Lateral Quad Foam Rolling

The ITB and the lateral quadriceps can become tight and painful with strength training, but also with repetitive activities like running. Performing this exercise regularly with keep that nagging lateral thigh and knee pain at bay!  

2 minutes per side at least 3 days per week


Psoas Smash

(Hip Flexor) 


The Psoas extends from your spine down to the front of your thigh and, when tight, can result in discomfort with hip flexion. It can also make you want to avoid lunges, downhill hiking/running and single leg squats when it is sore - so let's get it mobile!

1 minute per side at least 3 days per week

Mobility Ball link HERE


Personal Massage Gun

Tried and true recovery brand. This portable percussion massage in a perfectly light and powerfully small package so you can take it to the gym, on the road, and everywhere in between.

Voodoo Flossing

The Voodoo Floss Band is a performance tool and helps athletes and post-op patients looking to improve range, restore joint mechanics, or unglue matted down or previously injured tissue. 

Compression tack and flossing (Voodoo Flossing) works to re-perfuse stiff tissues by flushing swelling out of tissues and joints.


WOD Voodoo Floss

Significantly Reduce Muscle Soreness : Muscle Floss helps break up intramuscular "junk" to allow for greater mobility and blood supply to an area.

By squeezing the muscle in a tight wrap, then forcing it through a full range-of-motion, friction between muscle fibers helps break up fuzz, scar tissue, lactic acid and other junk in those tiny places that foam rolling and lacrosse ball techniques can't address.