Release Tension, Tight Muscles, and Soreness with a Full Body Deep Tissue and Myofascial Massager
When you live an active lifestyle playing sports, enjoy tennis or golf, working out or weightlifting, or just staying on the go your muscles can get tired, sore, and start to slow you down if you’re tense and tight. That’s why we developed the ergonomic, super adaptable Trigger Point Massager that uses a flexible, dual roller system to help you massage your muscles, release lactic acid buildup, and recover faster when you need to keep your mobility and flexibility going strong.
Offering self-massager trigger point relief this ergonomic roller uses dual texturing rolling massage points that can be used on the arms, forearms, elbows, legs, calves, neck, and other sore or aching areas.
🔷Target Chronic Inflammation
This is the best personal massage roller for men and women who suffer from Lateral Epicondylitis, Medial Epicondylitis, or Tendonitis .Beyond myofascial massage this muscle roller helps release tension, stress and pain in the muscles by improving natural circulation and reducing inflammation to restore mobility and flexibility.
🔷Release Lactic Acid
Using a pressure point massager over sore, aching muscles can help reduce lactic acid buildup which causes swelling and inflammation; all so you can restore your mobility.
🔷Relieve Stress and Tension
Reducing tight muscles and relieving pain across the body can also have a positive effect on your mood because it can relieve stress, anxiety, or tension so you can rest more easily.
🔷Small and Portable Design
The shape and lightweight body make it easier to keep in a gym bag, travel carryon, or in a bed side table so you can get the customized myofascial release you need almost anywhere.
🔷Personal Physical Therapy
Use this trigger point massager on your muscles after workouts, before you head to bed, or after you wake up to start improving recovery times and come back from soft tissue injuries more quickly. This tool can be used for myofascial release, deep tissue massage, reflexology, acupressure, or even relieving carpal tunnel or strained muscles.