The Stinger Cold Massage Roller

By Recoup Fitness

$39.95
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A well-rounded way to relieve your post-workout soreness. This massage roller ball combines foam rolling and icing therapy into a single sphere, so you can soothe your sore muscles at home. Leave it in the freezer—the gel interior stays cold up to six hours—so you can relax any ache, inflammation, or spasm one roll at a time.

  • Made in the USA: San Francisco, CA
  • Materials: Roller ball: 201 stainless steel and non-toxic cooling gel; Handle: ABS plastic
  • Care: Hand wash or disinfect with wipe/spray
  • Before use, remove ball from base and place in the freezer for two hours or more
  • Stays cold up to 6 hours
  • Uniquely fitted handle keeps hands away from direct contact with cold roller
  • Cold roller can be used inside grip or for free-rolling
  • Great for getting into hard to reach muscle groups
  • Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 4"
  • Weight: 1.3 lbs.

35 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

This is a great product

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Easy to use and love that stays cold for several hours. Really helps with back and foot.

5

cold!

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easy to use and holds the cold very well

5

Love it

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love it, works really well, stays very cold during use.

5

wonderfull

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Worked great on sore legs, and on my knee after my knee replacement healed up, but would still swell during physical therapy.

5

Apply COLD Where You Need It!

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This item works very well in applying cold to a confined area, right where you need it.

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About Recoup Fitness

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.