Compressions Brand Muscle Roller Stick is an easy and inexpensive way to prevent and treat muscle soreness and tension through trigger points.
– Use during pre or post workout to help prevent soreness and injury.
– Corrects muscle imbalances.
– Reduces soreness and improves tissue recovery.
– Suppresses and reduces trigger point sensitivity and pain.
– Decreases neuromuscular hypertonicity.
– Decreases the overall effects of stress on the movement system.
– Great tool for any home therapy routine.
– 15″ convenient size to carry in your gym bag.
– Great ergonomic design with comfortable handles.
– Made of high quality plastic with a stainless steel metal rod on the inside.
– Black and white in color.
– Perfect for athletes and non athletes alike.
This is a Stiff Stick- Apply as much pressure to those hard to reach muscles and knots as you need as our massage stick has a metal rod in the center for extra strength. Relaxes contracted muscles, improves blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulates the stretch reflex in muscles. Helps to prevent cramping by warming up muscles before and warming down after exercise to prevent injury and increase mobility and flexibility. Use it Pre Exercise to Prevent the injuries and Post workout for Fast Recovery. Convenient size- Perfect for sports bag and taking it with you so you can use it when you need it.
Been using this for a month and the results are staggering, amazing how such a simple thing can really help take the knot out of overused muscles. Easy to use and portable, not super huge at all and can fit in my gym bag. A real keeper, especially for the price!
The Muscle Roller Stick was provided by Compressions Brand in order to facilitate my review, I was not compensated. This review is Desafio In The City honest opinion about this product.
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