Target Release: Peak
Target Release: Peak
So what is this thing? It's unusual and it sure doesn't look like all the other sport recovery massage tools that you may have seen out there. But, that's the point! Here at Target Release we have tried it all and those massage tools just don't work the way we want. We wanted a tool that targeted a specific area of a muscle so that we could methodically massage each aspect of the muscle. We wanted this tool in an easy to use and straightforward form, as well. This is the result of that quest: a simple, functional, affordable, and unique handmade sport recovery massage tool.
The Peak is the smaller version of the Target Release lineup and is designed to be used on the go handheld or, optionally, against the wall or floor for fine tunable pressure into the muscle that you are massaging. Using your bodyweight and hand you control the amount of pressure used which allows for a personally customizable cross-fiber massage on any muscle. Think of it as a big thumb that doesn't get tired or sore, because everyone uses their thumb, knuckles, fingers, or elbows to massage tight muscles, but not anymore with the Peak. The simplicity of the Peak allows you to take the tool anywhere you want and use it with ease for any aches or pains. For all runners, cyclists, climbers, swimmers, triathletes, or any other athlete the Peak is for you.
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Included: 1-2 free durable Target Release stickers to slap onto your water bottle, helmet, car, or wherever.
Note: Target Release products are packaged with recycled paper for sustainability.
Creativity is the name of the game in using this tool, but to get you started when you purchase a Basecamp a complimentary How-To guide is included and here are some of the helpful massages:
As runners the calves can become extremely tight. Running from behind your knee to your foot the calve muscles need to be massage cautiously. And never massage directly on your Achilles tendon, an extremely sensitive area.
The little guy that plagues us all, as runners we can all point to our hip soreness. All around the upper leg it can hurt. So massage with careful pressure against on the go. At the office place the Peak under your glutes/hamstrings on your chair to massage.
With over 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments your foot, and the prolonged use it undergoes, is prone to injury. With proper form (to learn go to targetreleaserecovery.com) and very careful massaging you can assuage that. Stay away from sensitive areas like the Achilles tendon.
Located on the outside of your leg. Running from your groin to your knee, responsible for moving your hip and leg away from the midline of your body. Your quadriceps can become tight due to gluteus muscle weaknesses or prolonged use. Massage carefully, but with pressure.
Located on the inside of your leg. Running from your groin to your knee, responsible for moving your hip and leg toward the midline of your body. The adductor can become tight due to gluteus muscle weaknesses or prolonged use. Massage carefully.
An area that commonly holds stress, the neck is where a conjuncture of muscles from the back can become tight and inflamed. Also where your cervical vertebrae can become injured. Massage carefully, watching sensitive areas.