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Holly is the Rust Belt Runner and she has taken some time to review some of our massage tool products. She says she uses the Tiger Tail during her recovery time.
While many athletes use a variety of approaches to improve recovery time, self massage remains a favorite among athletes. A recent study of massage used to treat delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) suggests that massage applied 20 minutes after a heavy workout alleviates some of the DOMS from that workout. And while several theories have been proposed to explain why we get so sore two days after a heavy work out, none of those theories are universally accepted and none have been unequivocably proven in scientific studies.
In the meantime and while we wait for decisive scientific proof, thanks for the anecdotal evidence, Holly.
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