The Triggerpoint Stick Roller is ideal for amateur athletes who play rugby. Helps to limit injuries caused by muscle tightness and ensure peak performance on the field.
How does it help you?
- Convenient size is perfect for the gym, office or on-the-road
- AcuGRIP handles for targeted relief
- Water-resistant and simple-to-clean
The Triggerpoint stick foam roller is used to condition muscle soreness, aid recovery, reduce stiffness and pain before and after workouts, exercise, running and training. With regular use you'll improve your strength, circulation and reduce risk of injury.
This roller is made from high quality industrial strength materials and is built to last a lifetime, with thermoplastic rubber and polypropylene handles for an ergonomic grip and 9 ABS independent rollers on a steel rod core.
At just 18x 1.5 inches and 9 oz, this is the ideal travel stick to take to the gym, workouts and sports fields, and to use before and after training. It fits easily into most kit bags, and it's robust and water resistant. Muscle roller sticks are recommended by physical & massage therapists, personal trainers and used by thousands to enhance their workouts and physical exercise experience and recovery. Perfect for calves, hamstrings, back, glutes, quads, neck and shoulders.
Turn your head 10° to right, then scan left side. Do 20 strokes back and forth. Drop Chin. Hold hands about 8″ apart. Scan back of neck. Turn your head 10° to left, then scan right side. Do 20 strokes back and forth.
ShouldersYou must be flexible to reach these muscles. Stand erect. Anchor with left hand. Scan with right hand. Do 20 strokes back and forth. Anchor with right hand now. Scan with your left hand. Do 20 strokes back and forth.
Bow the back. Point left elbow forward. Right hand acts as anchor. Use short movements between spine and shoulder blade. Do 20 strokes back and forth. Point right elbow forward. Left hand acts as anchor. Use short movements between spine and shoulder blade. Do 20 strokes back and forth.
Never refuse help from a friend. Hold hands closer together. BE GENTLE. Use short movements between spine and shoulder blade.
Shrug shoulders up and down for motion. Scan right and left sides separately. Stay on the muscles but off the spine. Do 20 strokes back and forth. Start with short movement just below the belt line. Gradually include both buttocks. Do 20 strokes back and forth. For deep penetration into relaxed muscle, slightly bend backward at the waist. Anchor one end into a flexed elbow. Grasp scanning end, palm up, push forward to desired depth. Movement is up and down with short strokes. Reverse for opposite side.
Anchor with left hand and scan with right hand. Do 20 strokes back and forth. Anchor with right hand and scan with left hand. Do 20 strokes back and forth.
Continue with short movements on either side of the hip below the belt. Do 20 strokes back and forth. Proceed on outside of leg to knee. Maintain weight on opposite leg. Follow same procedure for front leg. Repeat same on other leg. This large muscle MUST be relaxed. When standing, scan with knee elevated above the waist. When seated on level surface, bring foot close to buttock. Finish by scanning inside of leg. Repeat same on opposite leg. Do 20 strokes back and forth.