Fitness Trends: Recovery

Fitness Trends: Recovery
Dread leg day? It's time to take recovery seriously, and get science involved.

Exercise science has been around for 75 years. Recently, however, ever-­shrinking sensor technology has let us tap into oceans of data about ourselves without needing countless degrees and training. For every drop in that ocean, every resting heart rate and functional power threshold, a new tool has emerged to capture it. Fitness tech has entered a new phase meant not for activity itself but for the preparation and recovery.

The real benefit of the devices may be simple, according to science journalist Christie Aschwanden, whose book Good to Go explores the sometimes dubious world of sports recovery. “If something is helping you and your muscles relax, that’s good enough,” she says.

Just because something isn’t purely scientific doesn’t make it bogus. The placebo effect is, as we know, pretty damn effective; Aschwanden prefers to call it the “expectation effect.”

The feel good factor of exercise can be improved with the quicker recovery our state of the art products can over. Key Products include:


A cordless state-of-the-art vibration massage device. Its main functions are to relieve muscle stiffness, soreness and increases circulation. Designed to improve the range of motion and the overall health of the body’s soft tissue.

Recovery Pump

Recovery Pump is a sequential intermittent compression device which speeds up recovery by increasing blood flow, venous return and effectively removes waste faster than traditional methods.


Pulseroll is a portable and lightweight vibrating roller with 4 vibration speed settings and a 3 hour rechargeable battery. Ideal for reducing muscular pain and releasing knots and tension.

Check out the rest of our Recovery Products HERE or email our team: or call 01926 813916

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