Basics Course Home - T Tool

How to Use T Tool

How to use this section of the website

We built this area of the website to teach you everything you need to know to get started using T Tool.

We show you:

  • How to hold T Tool
  • How to use it on the major muscles of the body
  • How to care for it
  • Tips when traveling with T Tool

Above you will see a menu called Course Menu.

You can use this to access the various sections of this tutorial area.

The meat of this tutorial area is the sections demonstrating how you can use T Tool on different muscles. 

You can find those in the Course Menu under the body region for that muscle or muscle group.

Each of those section includes:

  • A full video tutorial
  • 2-3 quick reference videos
  • Notes on working that area of the body

 

Get to Know
T Tool

ABOUT

The Anatomy of
T Tool

T Tool is made of two parts: The rectangular side and the Rounded Headpiece, for a total of 5 main treating surfaces.

HOW TO

Holding by the
Rounded Headpiece

When using the treatment surfaces on the rectangular side, these are our recommended ways to hold T Tool.

ABOUT

The Anatomy of
T Tool

T Tool is made of two parts: The rectangular side and the Rounded Headpiece, for a total of 5 main treating surfaces.

HOW TO

Holding by the
Rectangular Side

When using the treatment surfaces on the rounded headpiece, these are our recommended ways to hold T Tool.

HOW TO

Holding T Tool by the Rounded Headpiece

When using the treatment surfaces on the rectangular side, these are our recommended ways to hold T Tool.

MAINTENANCE

Caring for
T Tool

HOW TO

Cleaning your T Tool

The following are our recommended methods for cleaning your T Tool
  • Soap and water
  • Isopropyl alcohol
Avoid using abrasive towels/sponges.

HOW TO

Cleaning your T Tool

The following are our recommended methods for cleaning your T Tool
  • Soap and water
  • Isopropyl alcohol
Avoid using abrasive towels/sponges.

HOW TO

Traveling with your T Tool

When designing T Tool, we took special care to design the box to be your case.

Keep the piece of foam that comes in your box to protect the rounded headpiece during transport.

What's Next?

The course is completely open and self-paced – choose your own adventure style.

If you need any help, please don’t hesitate to contact us.