HtG Life

Heat and cold are both powerful tools in combating muscle stress, strain and soreness. By improving circulation and blood flow, heat packs have long been used to boost flexibility, relax muscles and, even, begin healing damaged tissue.

On the other end of the spectrum, applying cold is a go-to method for reducing blood and, with it, lessening inflammation and swelling while temporarily reducing nerve activity -- all common causes of joint and tendon pain.  


 

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At HTG Life we bring the pieces together, with a variety of products that deliver fast, effective heat and cold therapy when you need it. Since our launch, we’ve been committed to providing simple, affordable solutions that boost your health and well-being -- and that starts on the muscular level.

 

 

TENS Units

Repair your muscles in the comfort of your home with a fast and effective Tens Muscle Stimulator. No more potentially harmful pain pills, expensive acupuncture treatments or messy ice packs. Use as a pain relief for your back, shoulder, neck, knees and feet. Suitable for before or after your workouts, as either a warmup or recovery tool. An effective tool if you have sports injuries or chronic pain.

 

 

Hot To Go

Compact and portable, you can use our packs anywhere. Take them outside for a bit of extra warmth or use in-home or at the office to ease sore muscles or chronic pain.

 

 

Fire + Ice

Our 2-in-1 hot and cold pack design is an effective, fast way to diminish pain and discomfort. Our extra-large design (18.5’ X 12.5”) maximizes coverage and is ideal for your back, hamstrings or quads because it contours to any part of the body.

Our extra large hot and cold therapy gel pack is perfect for soothing sore muscles and relieving pain on just about any part of the body.

 

 

Behind the Scenes

 

 

Credits //

Creative Agency: Lola Pro
Client: HTG Life
Director: Tyler Eichorst
Producer: Danny Krueger
Shot By: Tyler Eichorst, Alyse Iorio, Gerick Engle, Alec Kintigh
Edited By: Alec Kintigh

Photography: Laura Rae Photography