Speed Hounds

The Muscle Recovery lab is equipped with every size and configuration of Speedhound compression technology.

Nice Ice Compresion

The Nice Ice Compression system effectively reduces swelling and helps your body recovery faster.

Compex EMS

Electrical Muscle Stimulation send electronic impulses deep into the muscle to help them recover.

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Local Cryotherapy



Cryotherapy, which literally means “cold therapy,” is a technique where the body is exposed to extremely cold temperatures for several minutes.

Cryotherapy can be delivered to just one area, or you can opt for whole-body cryotherapy. Localized cryotherapy can be administered in a number of ways, including through ice packs, ice massage, coolant sprays, ice baths, and even through probes administered into tissue.

The theory for whole-body cryotherapy (WBC) is that by immersing the body in extremely cold air for several minutes, you could receive a number of health benefits. The individual will stand in an enclosed chamber or a small enclosure that surrounds their body but has an opening for their head at the top. The enclosure will drop to between negative 200–300°F. They’ll stay in the ultra-low temperature air for between two and four minutes.

You can get benefits from just one session of cryotherapy, but it’s most effective when used regularly. Some athletes use cryotherapy twice a day. Others will go daily for 10 days and then once a month afterwards.

Numbs nerve irritation

Many athletes have been using cryotherapy to treat injuries for years, and one of the reasons why is that it can numb pain. The cold can actually numb an irritated nerve. Doctors will treat the affected area with a small probe inserted into the nearby tissue. This can help treat pinched nerves or neuromas, chronic pain, or even acute injuries.

Reduces arthritic pain

Localized cryotherapy treatment isn’t the only thing that’s effective at treating serious conditions; one study found Trusted Source that whole-body cryotherapy significantly reduced pain in people with arthritis. They found that the treatment was well-tolerated. It also allowed for more aggressive physiotherapy and occupational therapy as a result. This ultimately made rehabilitation programs more effective.




Electronic Muscle Recovery

Marc Pro is a cutting-edge electronic muscle stimulation device that helps muscles recover faster, allowing professional and everyday athletes to perform and feel their best. Our patented technology
takes active recovery to the next level with non-fatiguing muscle activation.


Turbocharge your Recovery with the touch of a button

Accelerate your recovery and #crushtomorrow with the Speed Hound ProPerformance Recovery Boots System.  Provides on-demand, dynamic air pressure that massages your legs after an intense workout so you're fresher and ready to take on tomorrow.  Note: Most men are size "long" boots.  Heights of 5'5" or taller should order size Long.  5'4" or below should order size Medium.  Please read sizing carefully below before ordering as correct fit is very important in order to feel the right level of compression.

Choosing between us and the competition?  Read the reviews here or online to find out why others chose Speed Hound!


More customizable than other brands: Wide range of pressure settings provides you with the amount of compression for your recovery (20mmHg - 200mmHg), On/off toggle for different parts of legs, Flush and Massage mode, Time settings of 10-30 minutes

Premium Quality: Attachments are made of high quality medical grade material that's durable, lightweight and easy to clean

FDA approved: rigorously tested and cleared as a class II medical device to reduce muscle soreness and swelling.




A cold compress can help to lower the temperature in a certain part of the body while reducing pain and swelling. Applying ice to an injury restricts blood flow to the area, which can result in: slowing or stopping bleeding. reducing swelling and inflammation.

When an injury or inflammation, such as tendonitis or bursitis occurs, tissues are damaged. Cold numbs the affected area, which can reduce pain and tenderness. Cold can also reduce swelling and inflammation.