Joints need extra heat and blood flow to remain healthy. They don’t have as much blood flow as muscles do and can take longer to warm up before exercise.

Joint blood flow

An easy way to warm up your joints is with Deep Heat. It targets heat to specific areas and allows your joints to warm up while you go through your warm up routine.


Can wearing a wrap help a joint stay warm? During colder months, a layer over a joint can help it retain more heat for longer. This does not substitute a good warm up however.

Range of motion

Cold joints will have a smaller range of motion which can limit performance. Take some time to warm up each joint to improve performance.


Deep Heat Rub provides clinically proven pain relief for everyday aches and pains such as rheumatic stiffness and muscle soreness. Deep Heat uses heat therapy and contains Methyl Salicylate & Menthol.