Forget Ice Baths: Here Are the 11 Must-Have Accessories for Fitness Recovery
Whether you're looking for targeted pain relief or full-body recovery solutions, Walmart has the post-workout tools you need (especially after starting your new year's fitness resolutions!).
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TriggerPoint AcuCurve Massage Cane
Thanks to this innovative tool, you no longer need to book a trip to the masseuse every time you want relief from pesky back aches and pains. Its ergonomic design makes it easy to access even hard-to-reach areas on your own, like the shoulders and back, and the double massage ball design mimics a therapist's hands to target tight muscles and knots up and down the spine.
To buy: $20; walmart.com
TriggerPoint Grid Foam Roller
You may have tried foam rolling before but this foam roller takes post-workout recovery up a notch. The roller's three-dimensional, textured surface works to relieve soreness and tightness just like a massage therapist's hands would, increasing blood flow and oxygen to your sore spots to make your muscles feel better fast. And since it comes in five color options, you can choose the one that matches your fitness gear best.
To buy: $35; walmart.com
ProsourceFit Vibrating Foam Roller
If you've been thinking about adding a foam roller to your recovery routine, we suggest giving this vibrating version a go. This high-density roller is equipped with three vibration speeds, so you can control its intensity levels depending on what your body needs. From a gentle warmup massage to a concentrated, knot-targeting experience, this foam roller can do it all.
To buy: $53; walmart.com
SPRI Hot & Cold Foot Roller
Relieve tired, aching feet at the end of a long day with this foot roller. Its textured exterior creates a kneading effect, while its shape is expertly tailored to your arches so every part of your foot feels the effects. For even further relief, place the roller in a freezer or in hot water—its hot/cold technology allows it to hold the temperature for up to 20 minutes.
To buy: $9; walmart.com
Pressure Point Massager
This pressure point massager features three textured balls for targeted relief to sore, tired muscles. Simply grab the comfort grip handles and roll the massager over your legs, neck, back, or the bottoms of your feet to relax and soothe for a more effective recovery. Bonus: A downloadable massager guide is included to make the most of your new tool.
To buy: $12 (was $15); walmart.com
TriggerPoint MB1 Massage Ball
Plenty of recovery equipment claims to be perfect for those on the go, but this massage ball is actually portable enough to fit in your purse, car, or gym bag. With its small size and easy use, you can treat aching muscles just about anywhere—for only $11.
To buy: $15; walmart.com
Theragun G3PRO Professional Handheld Percussive Therapy Device
For a top-of-the-line at-home massage experience, look no further than this Theragun device. Unlike other similar devices, its percussive therapy is able to deeply penetrate the muscles, allowing for a shorter recovery time and less muscle soreness. Not only can it treat muscles that are already sore, but it can also improve your flexibility, increase blood circulation, boost energy, and even calm the nervous system for deeper sleep at night. If you're still not sold, it includes six physician-designed massage attachments, two scientifically-calibrated speeds, and a quiet, industrial-grade Japanese motor.
To buy: $599; walmart.com
Knee-High Compression Socks
This year, be proactive with your fitness recovery by investing in some high-quality compression socks. They help to improve blood circulation, reduce swelling, and revive aching feet during your workouts so you need less downtime afterwards. Plus, since these long socks reach all the way up to your knees, even your calves can reap the benefits. And with six pairs in a pack, you have one for nearly every day of the week.
To buy: $17 (was $20); walmart.com
Complex Sport Elite 2.0 Muscle Stimulator Bundle Kit
If you're serious about your fitness recovery (and your fitness performance), you need this muscle stimulator kit. It features ten programs (from warm-up to recovery) that work to increase strength, build endurance, and fight sore muscles. And since the starter kit contains a carrying case, battery charger, electrode placement guide, 12 electrodes, and more, it has everything you need to take your training to the next level.
To buy: $170 (was $380); walmart.com
TriggerPoint Charge Vibe Vibrating Foam Roller
Get an enhanced foam rolling experience with this vibrating version. It's expertly designed to replicate massage therapy techniques in a small size that makes it easy to tuck away in gym bags and suitcases. Its vibration helps circulate blood and oxygen flow directly to your pain points, so you can recover faster and feel more immediate relief than you would with a traditional foam roller.
To buy: $75; walmart.com
Theragun G3 Premium Handheld Percussive Therapy Device
Targeted, advanced muscle relief doesn't have to come with a budget-breaking price tag. This everyday Theragun is equipped with a quiet industrial-grade motor and ergonomic handle, and it can penetrate 60 percent deeper into your muscles than traditional vibrating massagers—for $200 less than the Theragun G3PRO model.
To buy: $399; walmart.comshop this portable muscle massager now
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