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Tiger Tail SMRT™ Stretch and Flex

Reduce Employees’ Injury and Fatigue

The Tiger Tail SMRT™ Stretch and Flex program aims to minimize employee fatigue and reduce injuries by implementing onsite stretching exercises. It emphasizes the importance of incorporating a stretching routine during workplace safety meetings, encouraging workers, particularly those in physically demanding roles, to dedicate 10 minutes daily to stretching exercises. The program is tailored for all levels to enhance flexibility, mobility, and overall well-being.

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Employee Care Packages

*SMRT = Self-Myofascial Release Techniques

Employee Care Package #1

Investment per Employee: $32.99

Retail $49.98 — Save $16.99 Per Employee

  1. Tiger Tail Original 18″ Foam Roller Massage Stick
  2. Happy Muscles Guide

Employee Care Package #2

Investment per Employee: $56.91

Retail $78.97 — Save $22.06 Per Employee

  1. Tiger Tail Original 18” Foam Roller Massage Stick
  2. Tiger Ball 2.6 Massage-on-a-Rope
  3. Happy Muscles Guide

Employee Care Package #3

Investment per Employee: $81.65

Retail $108.96 — Save $27.31 Per Employee

  1. Tiger Tail Original 18” Foam Roller Massage Stick
  2. Tiger Ball 2.6 Massage-on-a-Rope
  3. Tiger Ball 4.4 Peanut Foam Roller
  4. Happy Muscles Guide

Please note: Minimum order is 6 Care Packages. Customized Care Packages with different tools are available.

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Leadership Certification Program


Industry-approved training programs equip your wellness leaders with the tools and authority to keep your team in motion. With easy step-by-step Tiger Tail SMRT Stretch & Flex instructions, trained leaders can help your employees relieve pain caused by repetitive movements, sedentary positions, or physically challenging work environments. Quick, pre-approved programs can be implemented in minutes and provide lifetime benefits.

Who we’re inviting:

All experience levels are welcome! Team leaders, human resource managers and employees, safety managers, activity center coordinators, group leaders, corporate wellness instructors, and anyone in an employee leadership role are invited.

Investment per Employee Leader: $199

Tiger Tail tools help relieve minor sore muscles, aches, cramping, spasms, stiffness, and tension. Recommended and used by doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists, ergonomic specialists, pain specialists, athletic trainers, professional athletes, and 10,000s of everyday people all around the world.

Combined with our first-class educational programming, you can offer your employees the very best muscle care programs while saving your company money in both actual dollars and lost wages. Products and programs accommodate all budgets and gender/age-neutral packaging appeals to all age groups and demographics. 

The 1-hr leadership course includes:

Learn how to deliver choreographed muscle care routines incorporating Tiger Tail tools

  • Lead pre-shift or 5-minute stretching breaks
  • Instruction Sheet
  • Includes: Tiger Tail 18” Original Foam Roller Massage Stick and a Happy Muscles—Fast! book.
  • Monthly releases with new stretching routines
  • Corporate discount on tools

Interested in a custom wellness solution?

Tiger Tail USA offers customized employee wellness programs for office, retail, industrial workers, and more. For more information, email we******@ti**********.com or call 206-395-7811

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A Game Changer for Employee Productivity, Workplace Safety, and Team Morale

by Julie Zuleger, Ph. D., C.S.C.S., LMT, CPT, NASM-CES, RYT 500

Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) account for approximately 30% of all workers’ compensation costs in the workplace and are the largest category of injuries in the workplace according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Well-documented clinical research concludes 70-85% of all pain comes from little, tiny knots in the muscles (known as trigger points). Back pain, foot pain, forearm pain, headaches, and other muscular pain cause employee absences and reduced productivity. We all know from personal experience that when you’re in pain, you are highly distracted and cannot perform at your best.

Regular stretching and flexibility training, combined with Tiger Tail Self- Myofascial Release Techniques (SMRT) can help reduce pain and common injuries to muscles such as:

  • Muscular strains
  • Lower back pain
  • Tendonitis and bursitis
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel
  • Sprains and strains
  • Fatigue and discomfort
  • Soreness and stiffness

Benefits of Tiger Tail Self-Myofascial Release Techniques (SMRT) through muscle compression

To achieve the many health and muscle recovery benefits of Tiger Tail SMRT, the most popular and simplest technique is foam rolling. The compression from foam rolling warms up the muscles and fascia tissues. Muscle compression with tools or self-massage is easily done by applying light pressure to warm up the muscles and fascia, then increasing pressure and repetition for myofascial release. Muscle compression benefits include:

  • Restoring normal muscle function
  • Increasing blood flow
  • Increasing range-of-motion
  • Improving nutrition to the muscles

More than stretching and flexing

A recent study (Goldenhar & Stafford, 2015) showed that the benefits of a stretch and flex program go beyond warming up the body. Participation in the Tiger Tail SMRT Stretch & Flex program can:

  • Build camaraderie
  • Promote collaboration
  • Increase communication
  • Team building
  • Improve safety outcomes

 It’s important to note that specific exercises and stretches will vary depending on the individual’s needs and the type of work they do. It is recommended to consult a professional to create a tailored stretch and flex program that is appropriate for the individual or company’s needs.

Goldenhar, L. M., & Stafford, P. (2015). If you’ve seen one construction worksite stretch and flex program … you’ve seen one construction worksite stretch and flex program. Journal of Safety Research, 55, 73–79.

Julie Zuleger, Ph. D., C.S.C.S., LMT, CPT, NASM-CES, RYT 500
Director of Kinesiology and Education