I suspect you’ll get a lot more targeted and effective results with a $20 foam roller and your own body weight. And effective trigger point release/ massage involves a lot more writhing around and whimpering and a lot less chilling in the lounger
If you have tried it then it can’t?
i think you mis-read what this contraption is meant to do. your $20 foam roller is not even remotely going to be as effective as the compression therapy at getting fluids from your feet and lower legs back up towards your heart. I was first introduced to one by prescription after a surgery.
plus compression feels really really really nice.
but as is usually the case with BB market items, one can find equivalent systems on amazon for half the price. I also recommend spending the tad bit extra to get a thigh-high version (like in this article). Mine is knee-high and I plan on replacing it soon.
Ok, absolutely, the lymphatic and cardiovascular return stuff is different and important. And this thing might be great at that, but that is about 5% of the focus of this advert, which is largely talks about athletic recovery from muscle soreness and ‘collagen breakdown’.
The Master suggest that the Tissue Compression Eliminator is really useful.
To the Hydraulic Press Channel!!!
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