You may have read my post the other day about some of my current bad running habits. One of them, is not stretching enough or doing enough injury prevention. When I was recently offered the chance to test out the Addaday Pro massager, I knew it was perfect timing to give my running habits a second look. I received the Addaday Pro Massager as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews.
Addaday Pro Massager
The Addaday Pro Massager is unique in that it offers both medium and softer density massage in the same product. The different color knobs on the stick are coded to identify if they are geared toward harder or more medium self massage.
I do like options! The Addaday Pro massager is designed to be used in a back and forth, side to side, or in a circular motion giving users lots of options to tackle their own muscle hot spots. You can find a few quick tutorial videos on how to use your Addaday here.
What did I like about the Addaday Pro massager?
I appreciate the differing pressure options this massager offers. I was able to use the softer blue knobs on my more sensitive shin area getting just enough pressure. The small red roller was perfect for my heels and ball of my feet. I placed the roller on the floor and used it that way to massage my feet back and forth. Having suffered from PF a number of times, I need to take special care of my arches.
I found this quick you tube tutorial on gluteal massage especially helpful. Using the roller in a side to side motion offers another level of relief from tight muscles.
You can never have too many
torture devices recovery tools at your disposal. If you are looking for some new ways to give your sore muscles a little more love and relief, check out the Addaday Pro. Available on Amazon as well.
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