Yes...you do. Not only is it a great organizational tool but it helps with the workouts and the some less limber people. Don't worry..it help me (advanced at stretching and rolling) with some tough to reach places and great leverage for certain massage types. A must for the quiver! - Matt M.
Yes...you do. Not only is it a great organizational tool but it helps with the workouts and the some less limber people. Don't worry..it help me (advanced at stretching and… Read more
I noticed (as most people do) that I am not as limber when I start my workouts and need something to start me off or warm me up. This has… Read more
I was always the one in the back of yoga class...you know that guy (usually) that isn't flexible enough to perform certain moves. Well this block is like that...it helped… Read more
What we think
So one thing to note here is that the RAD Block does not come with any roller rounds. The ones in the picture are just to show you how to store and use the block.
With that said, you always have to have a foundation of sorts and the RAD Block is just that. It's the foundation that your body needs when the extra bit of "umpf" is needed or if one's flexibility is a bit inhibited. Don't say we didn't warn you but stretching not only helps with recovery....but makes you more limber!
RAD Roller says "The RAD Block isn’t your typical massage or mobility tool. Not by a long shot. This multi-purpose prop kicks things up a notch (make that two) with features that secure and store the RAD Roller and RAD Rounds. Just pop them into the slots for hands-free, isolated pressure in hard-to-reach spots like the shoulders, pecs and adductors. Then slide them into the side storage holes for easy, full-kit travel."
It goes without saying that if we have the ability to stash some extra stuff in our travel bags...this RAD Block (with our Rounds) always comes with.
HOW WE USE IT
After our workouts, we like to make time (yes...this means you need to make time!!) to stretch and roll out the legs and back. We usually try and roll out 3-4 times per week if your an athlete that runs tight. Start in very small amounts of time and work into a routine. Your body will thank you!