• +1 (424) 277-0928
  • Contact

    Let's Keep In Touch!X

    232 California St.
    El Segundo, CA 90245


    Sending your message. Please wait...

    Thanks for sending your message! We'll get back to you shortly.

    There was a problem sending your message. Please try again.

    Please complete all the fields in the form before sending.


Thera Cane

By Sean | In Recovery | on April 6, 2011

As many of you may already know, in order to keep our bodies performing at its best we have to perform regular maintenance on them to break up adhesions that may form, restore range of motion, and to keep the sliding surfaces sliding properly within our body. In past posts we’ve introduced several tools to help our recovery like lacrosse balls, foam rollers, and ice but today I’d like to introduce another tool to put in your recovery toolbox, the Thera Cane. Despite resembling a weapon, if used correctly the thera cane can do more good than harm. The thera cane is excellent for deep pressure massage, and the beauty of it is being able to do it yourself adjusting the tension according to your feel and sensitivity. The company offers some different ideas for how to use the thera cane but “informative freestyling” is where I’ve found the thera cane has a lot of added benefits. Just ask fellow Intrepids Stephanie or Mike who have been using the thera cane for some time now, or Ruth, Xuan, Jake, and Avelyne who recently purchased canes for themselves. If interested in purchasing a thera cane for $32-$34, please contact Intrepid’s own recovery expert Stephanie. Having the ability to reach those tough spots on your back and neck make the thera cane a great investment in your performance, overall health, and quality of life.

WOD 04.06.11

Deadlift 1×5 or Wendler

Run 400m
Max Rep Pullups
*Note number of pullups done each round*

3 Comments to "Thera Cane"

  • Alia says:

    April 6, 2011 at 8:24 AM -

    I just have to make this comment. “Thera Cane but you can call it Slurri Cane . . .” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpiBe24ecpo Yay for teens of the 90’s!

    I’ll be calling Steph very soon =) Thanks in advance Steph and thanks to Sean for the resource!

  • Michael H says:

    April 6, 2011 at 11:31 AM -

    Best tool ever especially when your better half boycotts giving you a massage haha

  • Holley says:

    April 6, 2011 at 1:28 PM -

    So true, the thera cane is probably my favorite recovery tool…Nick and I fight over ours all the time.

    Speaking of recovery tools, has anyone tried the ProStretch tool for your calves? I tried one the other day and I really liked it.

Copyright @ Intrepid Athletics 2009-2016. All rights reserved.