Watch this video, or read below, to find out how to use the massage gun on the quads. Quads can get tight and can even cause knee pain, so it’s important to make sure that the muscles are lovely and flexible. Try the massage gun out and let us know what you think.
Watch the video or read more below:
How to Use the Massage Gun on the Quads:
How to Position Yourself
- Legs out straight and sitting upright, the knees can be slightly bent
- Sitting in a chair
- This puts the muscle on a bit of stretch so could be a little more uncomfortable
Which Attachment to Use
We prefer these two attachments, as it can spread the pressure and make the massage more comfortable:
- The roundhead
- The flat shape
What should be the setting
- 8-10 speed (our massage gun goes from 1-20)
- Remember, if this speed is too uncomfortable, change the speed to suit your preference
How long should I use it for
- 1-2 minutes
Which area to focus on
- Front of the thigh
- Outside part of the thigh – typically, we find this is the tightest area
- Inner thigh – we don’t tend to find that this gest tight, but try it for yourself to see what it’s like for you
- Important – STOP if there’s any pain
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Confused with what to try and do to help? Book an online physio appointment with us so you can get more individual and tailored advice as to your next steps. You’ll explain what’s been going on and will get advice on where to go from here and which steps to take.
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Trying out different exercises is key to improving and maintaining the body’s flexibility, which in turn can help with recruiting muscles efficiently.
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Please remember to listen to your body. Get any aches and pains checked out sooner rather than later.
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