Top 10 Faster Injury Recovery Tools To Have You Bouncing Back With Lightning Speed!

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Here are the faster injury recovery tools I mention in this video:

-Blitz 110% Clutch Compression Tights [sc name=”110-Affiliate-Code”]

Ancient Minerals Topical Magnesium

Rock Sauce Pain Reliever

Capraflex Joint Recovery Formula

Phenocane Natural Anti-Inflammatory

Rumble Roller

-MuscleTrac (use 10% discount code “D10”)

IT Band Strap

Handheld Infrared Therapy Device

Compex Electrostimulation

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9 thoughts on “Top 10 Faster Injury Recovery Tools To Have You Bouncing Back With Lightning Speed!

  1. Elle Gahagan says:

    Hi Ben!

    My fiancé is a professional hockey player and has had chronic groin/hip injuries. I was wondering if phenocane is legal to use in professional sports? I tried looking it up but couldn’t find anything definitive and wanted to be sure before ordering it. I also wanted to ask about your opinion on using the Marc Pro Electrical Muscle Stimulation Recovery Unit for recovery/injury prevention versus using something like the normatech recovery pulse boots/system. I wanted to get him some sort of recovery/rehab unit and cant decipher what is the most effective technology. Thanks in advanced!

    1. I'm not a doctor so this shouldn't be construed or interpreted as medical advice, and I would recommend consulting with a licensed medical professional and the proper authorities for the sport's ant-doping policy. Having said that, Phenocane is an all-natural pain reliever featuring curcumin, curcuminoids, boswellia, dlpa, and nattokinase… I have used and gotten great results from both Normatech and the Marc Pro Elec Stim, but it's sort of comparing apples to oranges. There's more info with coupon codes for each through "Ben Recommends" on my site.

  2. Michele says:

    Is there a picture / chart showing IT Band release, pad placement, using the Compex Elite? I have been searching & have come up empty handed. Thank you in advance.

    1. Check the Compex website and the Hammer Nutrition website. Both had good pad placement resources!

  3. John says:

    I have had osteitis pubis for the past 11/2-2 years off and on, and when its been on it has been really painful. Started myofascial release with the rumble roller 7 weeks ago, and for the past 6 weeks I've been averaging 70+ miles a week and doing plyometrics again for the first time in two years. Foam rolling is not hocus locus, it really works.

  4. Neil Scotney says:

    I can't go past using Trigger Point Therapy Tools on a daily basis. I swear by them, definitely worth trying.

  5. Evilcyber says:

    What I have incorporated into my fitness and health efforts is progressive muscle relaxation, a technique that has you consciously put the different muscle groups under tension for a short amount of time and then relax them. With slighter aches this can often work wonders and prevent injuries in the first place.

    Getting a real massage from time to time is often helpful as well and they aren't actually that expensive.

  6. Chris says:

    I could not live without my rumble roller.

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but you use the topical magnesium regularly right?

    1. Yes, I use topical every day…

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