Post-Extreme Relief

May 24, 2021

Extreme activities deserve extreme relief. Before you head out on your next adrenaline-fueled adventure, stock your RV with these easily packable essentials to help you on your road to recovery.

If your next road trip involves some extreme activities like the ones mentioned above, you’ll want to make sure your RV is stocked with everything you need to avoid dehydration, cramping, soreness, and more. We put together a quick list of easily packable (and affordable) essentials to help you on your road to recovery.

Replenish Those Electrolytes

Skip the sugar-heavy sports drinks and restore those lost electrolytes with this sugar-free and allergen-friendly electrolyte powder from Ultima. You can buy larger jars of individual flavors, but we’re big fans of these individually wrapped variety packs that fit neatly in your pocket.

Later, sore feet!

In addition to an ordinary tennis ball (yes, a tennis ball), these hot & cold foot rollers can give your sore a little extra relief after a long day of walking/hiking/jumping/climbing.

Actually, later, sore everything!

This list from New York mag features some excellent hand-held back massagers to help you work out the post-adventure knots and strains in those hard-to-reach places. However, the car-seat massagers at the end might be a forever game-changer for all future road trips.

A nice, relaxing soak. Sort of.

Nothing sounds better after a grueling, active day than a nice, relaxing soak in a tub. (Ideally a hot tub, but we’ll take what we can get.) If there’s no spa day in the books, though, turn your Holiday Rambler shower into a soothing sauna with these organic and all-natural aromatherapy shower tablets.

No matter where your adventurous spirit takes you, show us how you’re living your best Holiday Rambler life. Share photos of you and your RV and use the hashtags #HolidayRambler #ThisIsLiving

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