How KorePulse Works:
KorePulse uses high-intensity localized vibration therapy to activate the muscles and deep tissues throughout your body.
Who Should Use KorePulse:
Athletes looking to reduce recovery time and improve flexibility, seniors who want to improve their circulation, and anyone who regularly suffers from muscle pain, tension or stress.
Where on Your Body to Use KorePulse:
KorePulse can be used virtually anywhere you experience muscle tension or soreness, including your feet, calves, hamstrings, gluteus, hip flexors, shoulders, forearms and back.
When to Use KorePulse:
KorePulse is recommended immediately before or after your workout, as well as any time throughout the day you experience muscle stiffness or soreness.
Benifits of KorePulse:
In addition to pain-relief, localized vibration therapy has been proven to increase bone density and muscle mass, boost metabolism, improve circulation, and alleviate stress.
Difference Between KorePulse and KoreSurge:
KorePulse is a small, compact vibrating massage ball that makes for a more focused recovery. KoreSurge is a vibrating foam roller that is used to stimulate larger muscles groups thanks to increased surface area.
KorePulse Product Specifications:
KorePulse measures 3.5 in x 3.5 in x 3.5 in and weighs less than a pound. It’s about the size of a softball, so it’s easy to pack and carry around throughout your day.
KorePulse Battery Life:
KorePulse provides 50 minutes of sustained massage on a single charge and can be recharged quickly from any standard power outlet.
A WORD FROM THE PROS
I put in 100-150 mile training weeks regularly in preparation for some of the most grueling 100 mile ultramarathons. I am always on the lookout for tools to help recovery efficiently and get back out for the next day of miles. KorePulse is one of those tools. The varying speeds of vibration, as well as the textured surface, help to dig in and release the stiffness through my hips, legs, and back. I appreciate that I can take it anywhere, and make it part of my regular routine no matter where I'm at.”
Mountain, Ultramarathon, and Trail runner