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Travis: Everybody got muscle soreness right? So we have a traditional method I teach in the arts called RICE, rest, ice, compression and elevation. But muscle soreness is usually a little muscle micro-tears. Believe it or not some of that muscle soreness is a good thing. After you say worked out in a gym you’re a little bit sore because of micro-tears and some muscle knots. Lisa: And they call it good pain. Travis: Good pain, so the rice method can be used to help decrease that pain but you know what we’ve got something else in our arsenal right doctor Ordon? Andrew: I carry the big stick, walking tall. This is it! It’s called the stick. Lisa: Well Drew I think size does matter, yes? Jim: Well then I’m getting short. Lisa: I know. Andrew: Guys I don’t know what to tell you. Travis: I don’t know what you’re racking. Jim: You guys, you just compensating for something. Andrew: We’re getting off the topic here. This is about muscle discomfort. What you do, it sort of like deep tissue massage. Lets say that you over did your arms, little too many curls so I’m working out their skunks. Travis: And you can do it on yourself because Jim and I actually, we use this at home and I love this after a big bike ride. Right along the I.T. bond, you know but I do a big stick. Jim: You know I actually have both, the big and the little. I take this with me on the really long hundred mile rides, I use this halfway tubes. Pull it out of my back pocket. Lisa: And for the ladies out there, rather men do this. Travis: Lisa, Jim! You give Lisa a massage, this is actually used by the Mayo Clinic and professional’s sports team uses this. It’s a give it yourself a massage or in this case, doctors Sears give Doctor Lisa a massage. Lisa: I love it! Jim: You can use this little for kids too you know, kids get sore muscles after they practice and stuff.