TURN SORE MUSCLES INTO HAPPY MUSCLES BY HELPING RELIEVE MUSCLE KNOTS, ACHES, CRAMPING, SPASMS AND STIFFNESS.
Tiger Tail massage tools are recommended and used daily by Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Personal Trainers, and thousands of people just like you. Use your Tiger Tail every day!
- Pre-activity: Warm up muscles and help prepare muscles for activity by rolling each muscle group 15-30 seconds.
- During activity: Roll to help relieve cramps, aches, soreness and tightness.
- Post-activity: Roll your body roll to help muscle recovery, as well as prevent aches, soreness and discomfort.
Apply about 10 pounds of pressure over muscles (+/- depending upon your needs) with your TIGER TAIL products of choice.
Relaxing your muscles during this process will help you massage the “belly” of the muscle.
You are the judge of how much pressure to apply. Strive for a “good hurt”- from 5-7 on a scale of 1-10. “Grimacing pain” can be described as that “hurts so good” feeling. It’s not unusual for people to laugh and/or get really serious when applying this type of pressure on a muscle knot. This is usually where we see the best success.
Always follow muscle paths. Massage each muscle group 10-20 seconds. With each pass, gently press deeper into the muscle. Avoid massaging directly over bones.
Tender muscle knots can reduce range of motion while causing aches, discomfort and muscle fatigue. Knots come in various sizes, like a pin head, pea, noodle or small pickle.
Minor discomfort or tenderness may be experienced when passing over muscle knots. To minimize knots, apply 10 seconds of firm, constant, focused strokes, for three sets.
Recurring or stubborn muscle knots often need additional attention. Using Tiger Tail products 2-3 times a day may help speed healing. Over the course of time, muscle knots should get smaller or disappear.
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HAPPY MUSCLES® Self-Help Guide to Un-Knot Pain
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
The illustrations in this book show you the location of the muscle knot (the black dot) and area of pain (red). Sometimes the pain is in a different area than the muscle knot, this is called “referred pain”. Rolling the muscle knot will help relieve the pain.