Forearm Pain The forearm consists of many muscles that can be categorized as flexors and extensors. Pain in the forearm can originate from muscle knots in muscles located in the neck, shoulder, upper arm, and chest. Pain or discomfort in the forearm can be felt on the sides, top, and bottom of the forearm. Common
Pain in the back can come from many different muscles throughout the body. Pain can be caused by muscles in the hamstrings and the upper back. Pain patterns can also run in different directions including vertical and horizontal. Muscle knots contributing to back pain are typically located in the belly of the muscles. Back pain
Muscle knots located in the neck and upper back/shoulder area can cause headaches, neck, and other head pain. Muscle knots can cause headaches on the side of the head, the top of the head, behind and over the eye. Muscle knots can also cause jaw pain, tooth pain, TMJ symptoms, and pain within the ear.
If you are someone who regularly performs back workouts, you probably already know that it is not unusual to experience muscle knots after you have finished with your exercise routine. The worst part about it is that the aches and pains from these knots can last for hours or even days, leaving you in agony
I started using Tiger Tail products in 2015 while I was participating in a 218.3 mile relay race called the Wild Rogue Rely, which takes place in Southern Oregon. I came into that race babying my hamstrings which were on the verge of failing me from over training. I was lucky enough to have a teammate
As endurance athletes, we are innately stubborn people. We’ll be the first to argue with anyone that tells us we can’t do something, find exhilaration in pushing our bodies to find new limits, and seeking thrill when we push the line of that limit again and again. So, when we inevitably hit the wall of
Ketanga Fitness Retreats puts on fitness vacations all around the world (you can check out the full line up at KetangaFitness.com). On one of their recent fit trips to Tulum, the focus of the trip was recovery and mobility with Coach Chelsea Aguiar, and they used our Tiger Tail Roadsters before and after workouts to help their muscles recover and