Recoup Fitness

The Stinger Cold Massage Roller

Recovery Routine

Use this American made massage roller ball to get the benefits of foam rolling and icing—for a well-rounded, muscle-relaxing therapy.

It works a lot like an icepack. Inside the rolling sphere is a non-toxic gel that can stay cold up to six hours after a night in the freezer. Cold therapy reduces your metabolic rate and the
release of lactic acid that causes your muscles to ache.

After a workout, relieve strain or inflammation by massaging the roller over your muscles. Free roll it or place it in the specially designed rubber grip so your hand doesn’t get cold.

Maker and athlete Matt Hyder was trying to ease his own post-workout ache when he came up with the idea for Recoup Fitness. It’s a combination of the methods he already knew worked.

Now you can soothe your sore muscles and enhance your recovery routine right at home.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Matthew

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce The Stinger Cold Massage Roller to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 10:22 AM

    Hi everyone! Thank you to the Grommet for launching our product. I am here to answer any questions you have

  • Linda
    3/27/2017 10:45 AM

    I've been looking for something besides a big foam roller to put in my rollaboard when traveling. Can I use this before my workout (not chilled)? And how heavy is it?

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 10:57 AM

    @Linda Yes you can use it before a workout not chilled! I am a former athlete and traveling with a foam roller was impossible. This problem helped inspire the product. The product weighs 1.3 lbs. The cooling gel inside the ball is 3.4oz

  • Theresa
    3/27/2017 12:37 PM

    Can I leave it in the freezer all the time, or does that damage the gel?

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 12:57 PM

    @Theresa you can keep it in the freezer as long as you would like. We still have our first prototype in the freezer from two years ago. Still works great and just as durable

  • vicki
    3/27/2017 1:00 PM

    @Vicki - how does this work on the lower back please?

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 1:03 PM

    @vicki you can use one of two ways for the lower back. First is in the handle. The handle a rubber grip, place the handle on the wall, apply pressure on sore area and move up in down in a squat motion. Or unscrew the lower handle (blue) take the ball out and use it on the ground while you are laying down

  • Edith L.
    Edith L.
    3/27/2017 2:47 PM

    Looking for help for siaticca pain will this ball help and how do I use it?

    Aloha and Mahalo Lei

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 2:56 PM

    @Edith L. Yes it will! We have a lot of customers using our product for sciatica pain. The best use is to take the ball out and lay on it. Our trainers suggest taking the ball our and start rolling out on your back and work down to the hamstring

  • Chris
    3/27/2017 1:09 PM

    Looks amazing! I have been fighting severe SESAMOIDITIS for almost 2 years. I've tried so many things it's not even funny - will this work well upside down as a foot massager/icer for my sesamoiditis?

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 1:16 PM

    @Chris yes it will! You can either use the product with the handle or take the ball out and roll your foot out that way. Personally, working on my feet I take the ball out when I want to really dig in

  • Chris
    3/27/2017 1:25 PM

    @Matthew thanks so much! I'm getting one today!

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 1:33 PM

    @Chris awesome! Thank you for the support. Please let us know how you like the product

  • Kristin
    3/27/2017 2:24 PM

    What a great idea! Can you lie on top of it? I frequently roll on top of a tennis ball for hip pain.

  • Matthew
    Matthew – Special Guest
    3/27/2017 2:34 PM

    @Kristin yes you can! The ball is 80mm a little bit bigger than a baseball. Unscrew the lower handle (blue) and take the ball out. This way it acts like a tennis ball / lacrosse ball. It can recoup hamstrings, hips and back.

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