RAD Recovery Rounds
I use these every day, multiple times a day and they are amazing. I lay down and place them on a spot with tension (for example the shoulders) then relax into it. It will hurt a bit but the knot will come out and relax the muscles that were causing pain. I also use them on the arch of the foot and around the toes (for arthritis). They are amazing. I don't know what else to say. Again, it is the same concept, you roll them around your foot until you find a spot of tension then slowly transfer your weight over to the foot with the ball and wait for the ball to release the tension. I have to use them repeatedly to continue to have relief (they aren't magic) but I would definitely recommend them. I am considering getting a second set for when I am out. - Sam E.
I use these every day, multiple times a day and they are amazing. I lay down and place them on a spot with tension (for example the shoulders) then relax… Read more
What we think
Two for the price of one? These soft and comfortable RAD Recovery Rounds are always laying around the office and at home. After some long days of sitting around or running like crazy in the warehouse your body needs that "Ahhhhhhhh" moment. Enter RAD Recovery Rounds.
So you might be asking - how did these RAD Recovery Rounds come to life? RAD Roller says "The masters at Yoga Medicine wanted to create a softer roller that would revitalize the fascia and build tissue resilience with a gentler touch . Research has shown us a critical element of our muscle tissue health - hydration of the fascia." Your tissues will thank you! They thank us every time we use these "bundles of joy" as we refer to them in the office.
So what's the deal with these and how do they differ from the other RAD products. Here's a quick rundown of what these bad boys are all about:
- Dimensions: 2.5” diameter each
- Materials: Pure silicone
- Color: Blue
- Comes with PDF guide of exercises
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!