The Stick- Travel

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Standard flexibility
It is great for portability; primarily used on legs.

LENGTH: 17 inches
WEIGHT: 9 ounces
TYPE: Standard
MODEL #: G-1750

The Stick provides myofascial release and trigger point therapy by segmentally elongating muscle bundles. Inactivation of trigger points requires about 30 seconds per lesion. Because of it’s unique design qualities, The Stick can simultaneously release multiple lesions in minimal time with virtually no physical effort.

A full body pre-activity warm up or post-activity cool down requires about 8 minutes. Although there are several models, each and every instrument can be directed to any and all major muscle groups.

Tips for Use

    • Typical warm-up is about 20 progressively deeper passes over each muscle group [about 30 seconds per area]

    • Pain is experienced when the spindles lcoate a bump or tender knot in the muscle known as trigger points.

    • Muscles containing trigger points are often, weak, stiff and sore . They are frequently tight, easily tire and often hurt.

    • Chronic trigger points need 20 additional passes over the involved area and may require attention several times daily.

    • Keep muscles relaxed during rollout

    • Use on skin or through light clothing

    • The Stick is waterproof and designed to bow without the fear of breaking.

    • It is not necessary to hurt the muscle in order to help the muscle.

    • Use before, during and after periods of activity.

    • For pin-point rollout, slide hands onto spindles.

    • The amount of pressure is always determined by the recipient.

    • The Stick rolls knots out of muscle, providing myofacial release & trigger point therapy.

    • This therapeutic procedure inactives trigger points [muscle knots/kinks], warms muscle, increases circulation anda encourages nutrient-rich blood flow.

    • The Stick relieves pain, increases range of motion promotes flexibility and accelerates recovery.

    • Use any time the many benefits of myofasical release and trigger point therapy are desired.

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