RAD Block is not your typical massage tool! This multi-tasking accessory is extremely useful for massaging hard-to-reach areas such as the pectoralis or adductor muscles. Meanwhile, you can keep your hands free. Just pop in your Roller or Rounds! When you’re on the move, it also doubles as a handy storage space.
Take muscle release to the next level. Just place your Roller or Rounds in the Block and you have a stable base. This allows you to apply pressure to a specific point on the muscle without any rolling motion, even when sitting at your desk. Since we designed it directly for Roller and Rounds, you can even use it as a storage! Did you notice that it can also be used as a yoga brick?!
ASSISTS WITH MUSCLE RELEASE
Block can help you make the most of your other RAD devices or even make certain exercises more comfortable. You can also use it as a yoga block or to store your RAD massage balls. The RAD Block was designed to:
- Storage of RAD balls
- Easy to keep clean
- Hold tools steady
- Deepen a muscle release
- Release hard-to-reach muscles
- Use during yoga
- Release muscles
- Be a stable prop
- Increase control
Roller (any firmness) or both balls of Recovery Rounds or Rounds.
Of course! When we designed it, our one goal was exactly that! Along with many other RAD tools, the Block can be a great addition to your yoga passion!
Like all RAD tools, it's made from top-quality materials and will be your faithful companion for a long time - unless your four-legged faithful companion thinks otherwise.
So-called lifetime guarantee. This means precisely that we provide a continuous guarantee for the products for as long as the production of the product is not stopped. This only applies to manufacturing defects. So if you have a RAD Roller that breaks after say 3 years, you report it to us and if the breakage is due to a manufacturing defect, we will send you a new Roller.
No. These products - although they are health aids - and help to regain/improve our mobility and flexibility (even with very spectacular results), they do not cure a specific disease.
- Severe osteoporosis. (If you have weak osteoporosis, consult your doctor!)
- Tumour disease.
- Around open wounds.
- On parts of the body with oedema and haematoma.
- If you are pregnant, consult your doctor or physiotherapist.
It depends on what the problem is. If you have cancer, you should not use them. If you just have a cold, feel free. If you are unsure, consult your doctor or ask our physiotherapist for advice.
Preferably every day. The effect of manual therapy is permanent if it is used regularly. Experimental results have shown that at least 2 weeks of therapy is recommended for long-term results.
5-10 deep breaths are enough for each position.
You will feel a slight pain during the treatment. A little more severe pain in the worse resections and sensitive nodules (trigger points). However, it is important to remember that it is not good if it hurts too much. If you trigger too much pain, your body's defence mechanism kicks in and you involuntarily contract your muscles, which is exactly the opposite of your goal (to relax your muscles).
Contact us using the contact details at the top of the page or by filling in the contact form. You can also call our physiotherapist directly on +36309895315.
Right after the treatment. In some cases, the change in mobility and flexibility will be very spectacular. Any pain you may be experiencing will also be reduced almost immediately. However, the effects of a single treatment wear off relatively quickly. Long-term change can be achieved through regular use.
You don't have to, but if you want to permanently increase your range of motion, it's a good idea to do mobilisation exercises to lock in your newly acquired range of motion.