It is essential for everyone to stay active and on top of their own self care. Having a gym membership is great, but not necessary for a lot of maintenance. Build an at-home toolkit for yourself to help minimize flare ups and build durability.
Listed below are quality products I have used and believe in. This should only serve as reference for what to get for yourself. Size and resistance should be customized to you. Better prices may be available elsewhere.
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Classic elastic bands for home exercise programming - great for training smaller muscle groups or for beginners.
Elastic loops can help with hip exercises, especially training squats and running muscles.
Hang from a chin up bar to open up the lower back, or use it to work the core, back, or shoulders.
A great massage ball for muscles around the spine, especially the base of the skull, but I often use it as my main rolling ball.
Fantastic for helping relieve tension through the back of the neck. I often reach for this when I have headaches.
Great for fascial restrictions, for added specificity during a stretch, or for moving "stuck" tissues.
Blind spot mirrors are a great way to help with turning your neck while driving, but they will also improve visibility overall.
Lower back or lumbar support can help reduce discomfort while sitting dramatically. Try for your car and office chairs.
mobility and balance
One of my favourites for foot, arch, or ankle care. By spreading the toes to a more ergonomic position, then walking or doing yoga with them, you'll retrain the muscles in the foot.
A balance board can work well to improve lower body and core stability, as well as overall balance and coordination.
The Upright Trainer is a small device placed on the back that tracks postural lean and gives a program for postural awareness.
This massage ball vibrates to work neuroreceptors in the tissue helping release tension faster and with more ease.