Office Massage Tips and Tricks! How to Survive Your 9 to 5

Office Massage Tips and Tricks! How to Survive Your 9 to 5 - Pulseroll

Having an office massage sounds a bit overindulgent, as if you’d just pull out a massage table and get to work in the middle of your work day. But you’ll be happy to know there’s a much easier way to help those aching muscles during your time sat at a desk.

Studies have shown that 81% of UK office workers spend between four and nine hours each day sitting down! As well as a sore back and aching shoulders, sitting for such a long period of time also raises your risk of heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Moving throughout the day massively helps with lowering your risk of these conditions.

Pulseroll are the UK leaders in vibrating training and recovery products. The products are not only loved by pro athletes but are also perfect for your everyday needs. They provide the most effective massage therapy for anyone suffering with general aches and pains or mobility issues. They can be used all over the body with different speed settings to find what’s the most comfortable.

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Office Massage with Pulseroll

The Pulseroll vibrating foam roller and recovery tools are light and portable enough to travel with. They are easily the most effective way to ease back and shoulder pain! But also can be used on the soles of the feet to help relieve soreness you may be feeling as well as help treat plantar fasciitis.

With full size foam rollers, a peanut roller, a smaller single ball and a new massage gun there will be something to suit everyone. Try sitting with a product under your feet or placed behind your back for 60 seconds on each muscle group. You can easily try different positions and different speeds to find what works best for you.

How to Use For the Upper Back

How to Use For the Shoulders

How to Use Under the Feet

Pick up your Pulseroll today to see the benefits for yourself. To ease soreness, prevent future injury and increase blood flow to the muscles.