HYPERICE Recovery Tips With Chris Hudson, Barry’s VP of Curriculum

  • The most important thing to remember is that you can’t fool a poor diet or lack of rest. There are no tips or tricks that will offset falling short in these 2 areas. 
  • When speaking, nutritious food is always better than supplements. Vitamin D (salmon, eggs, collards) and Magnesium (pumpkin seeds, greens, bananas) are your friends.
  • Think of muscle tension as stuck energy. You need to get it moving again through some form of active recovery. Circulation is key. Getting blood and oxygen to those tight areas will help you feel rejuvenated. 
  • Try a Barry’s/Hyperice Release class. Release was specifically designed to help you perform better by focusing on increasing mobility through a variety of exercises.


  •  Soft-tissue work alongside dynamic and static stretching will help to increase that range of motion, relieve muscle soreness, but also help to prevent injury. (Because let’s face it, the only thing worse than missing a Barry’s class is missing it because you’re hurt. #FOMO
  • I use their hypervolt and vibrating roller daily to ensure I am optimizing my recovery and at peak performance .
  • Hyperice tools allow you to recover faster and more effectively than any other tool on the market. The vibration encourages the muscle to become more receptive to change”
  • Best tip is to listen to your body. Your biology is your biography.


Published by Barry's in AT-HOME on May 22, 2020

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