The Ultimate Recovery Room


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Get stronger faster with the right post-workout tools. 

(Courtesy Trigger Point)

Trigger Point STK Contour Roller ($30)

Nine wheels give the Trigger Point STK Contour roller a range of massaging power. And the main bar is flexible, allowing you to wrap it around spent muscles for better relief and recovery.

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Weleda Arnica Massage Oil ($23)

Before rolling out your sore muscles and wiping down your sweaty dermis, apply a few dabs of Weleda’s Arnica Massage oil. Calming sunflower and olive oils mix with arnica and birch leaf extract to smooth skin.

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Thera Band Stretch Strap ($25)

We all know the benefits of stretching before working out, but doing it afterward can be just as important. Work out the kinks with the TheraBand Stretch strap, which is made of elastic and had numbered loops so you can step up the stretch gradually.

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Gaiam Cork Yoga Brick ($15)

Need a little help reaching for that tough pose? Gaiam’s all-natural Cork yoga brick, with its grippy texture and traction, will get you there.

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Dr. Cool Pro Wrap ($30)

Trust the doctor. Wrapping up sore elbows, knees, and calves with the Dr. Cool Pro wrap will soothe tired joints and muscles, cutting down on swelling and recovery time.

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Outdoor Voices Running Sweatpants (men’s: $100; women’s: $95)

The best part of recovery: wearing your comfy sweats. But it’s no excuse to be a slob. Outdoor Voices’s Running Man and Running Woman sweatpants have trim cuts of stretchy polyester-spandex fabric that won’t draw side-eye glances if you wear them around town.

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Hoka One One Ora Recovery Flip Sandal ($50)

Rocking Hoka’s trademark slab of a midsole, the cushy Ora Recovery Flip sandals are better than strapping pillows to your tired dogs after a trail run.

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From Outside Magazine, December 2017 Lead Photo: Courtesy

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