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Recommended Equipment

This is an ever growing list of rehab and training tools that I personally use and recommend to clients.

If you are not a current client of mine, I recommend you seek appropriate training/guidance from your own healthcare provider in order to safely and effectively put these to use.

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This is the tool that I keep finding more and more uses for. Progressive and controlled loading is so important in many aspects of rehab and training, and these make it easy to do anywhere, and with minimal equipment. I reached out to Frictitious simply because I love their products and they are offering 10% off any order if you use the links here or the code OnsightMovement at checkout.

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Great stone tools used for soft tissue work and scraping. Smooth and solid, I use them in my practice daily.

Non-latex resistance bands that can be used for rehab and training exercises. I prefer the these strips rather than pre looped, as I can tie a loop when needed, or attach to a squat rack or doorway.

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These ones are TOUGH. I use them in clinic for cueing squats, core exercises, and heavier upper body work. They work especially well as resistance for portable fingerboard training.

While a bucket of ice water certainly does the trick, these ice packs are cleaner, reusable, and portable, giving you mobility to continue with other tasks while you ice things. Clients love these.

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Leukotape is stiffer than your standard athletic tape. When it comes to protective taping after a pulley injury, this is a great option that has some research behind it.

A simple tool for stretching, rolling out sore spots, and increasing mobility. If you don't already have one, this one is very economical. For reference, I have the 36 inch size in clinic.

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Another great tool for soft tissue work and release. A little more spendy, but nice for ergonomics,  the addition of the trigger point knob, and 1 tool with a variety of application.

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