WHY USE A vibrating foam roller
The vibrating foam roller can be used during your warm up for softening the muscle tissue, cooling down after a workout and to massage various parts of the body. Using the unique combination of pressure and vibration it will help loosen your muscles, increase blood flow and flush away lactic acid. The vibrating foam roller is a super-versatile piece of exercise equipment that offers many benefits similar to a sports massage. It can be used in the gym, home or rehabilitation clinic to improve a person’s flexibility, balance and core muscle strength. Through continued use you will notice an increase range of motion and flexibility and will increase your circulation
Vibrating Peanut Ball
The new ultimate recovery companion; you won’t ever want the Pulseroll peanut massage ball to leave your side… back… glutes… calves… you get it.
The Pulseroll vibrating peanut ball is a portable and lightweight handheld massage tool, ideally suited for myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and deep tissue massage. The innovative peanut shape fits comfortably around the muscles, really targeting the desired area. The lightweight and portable design makes it travel friendly and the perfect flight companion. Scientifically proven, the Pulseroll vibrating peanut ball is used by a full range of people, including professional athletes, physiotherapists, military, and the elderly. A Pulseroll vibrating peanut ball can be used on almost any part of the body, but works wonders on the glutes and calves specifically. It is also really great to use under the feet to work through the arches.
How to use:
The Pulseroll vibrating peanut ball fits comfortably around the targeted muscle. The vibration technology does all the work, so there is less need for you to physically work. There are many effective ways you can use this product to receive maximum benefits. Starting with the peanut ball on the floor, you can either sit or lay on it in order to target the desired muscle area. Apply pressure and gently lean side to side and roll up and down. Another effective technique is to hold the peanut ball in one hand at one end so you can comfortably place the other end straight onto the muscle. All you need to do then is to apply pressure. If you’re suffering from foot pain, a great technique is to place the vibrating peanut ball under the foot and apply pressure, rolling gently forwards and back across the sole.
4 Speed Percussion Massage Gun
The percussive therapy tool you’ll never want to put down; the Pulseroll massage gun is here to stay.
The Pulseroll massage gun will be a revolutionary part of your recovery routine. With quiet noise technology and a 3-hour battery life, the massage gun will provide the most effective massage you have ever experienced in the comfort of your own home. Percussive therapy for muscle recovery is on the rise; a breakthrough in massage therapy that treats problem areas with short, strong pulses. This muscle massager gun is a hand-held deep tissue tool that uses rapid strokes to stimulate blood flow to the muscles. It’s perfect to use all over the body, but particularly on the back and shoulders to relieve pain and improve posture.
How to use:
You simply choose one of the 6 available attachment heads that feels the most comfortable for you, then place the massage gun on the desired muscle area and let the pulses do the work. You can move it slowly around the muscle area in a circular motion and change the speed setting to suit your needs with the highest speed reaching 3300 RPM.
Massage gun head attachments
Our massage guns are supplied with 6 portable, easy to clean interchangeable heads. Together the different heads support a variety of treatments to support your health and performance.
Large round head – General full body muscle massage. Ideal attachment for beginners.
Small round head – General full body muscle massage. For more focussed deeper muscle work.
Flat head – General full body muscle massage. For increased intensity and depth.
Pneumatic head – Massage for sensitive muscles. To manage those more painful areas.
Spinal head – Spinal muscle massage. Specific head attachment.
Bullet head – Trigger point therapy. For advanced localised deep muscle massage.