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Old December 5th, 2013, 04:44 AM   #1
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Default If you struggle with trigger points and muscle knots...

I've been dealing with trigger points and muscle knots for several years now. For some time I simply pushed through the discomfort (which was probably not the wisest long term plan). Unfortunately, I had to take this skating/racing season off to try to find a better method/tool to treat these muscle boogers. I believe the following to be the best tool I've used to dig into the muscle and effectively achieve myofascial release:

http://www.amazon.com/Fenix-Rehab-Sy.../dp/B0006GX6E0

A bit pricey compared to the typical muscle "knobbers" and devices but worth it in my opinion. I'm cautiously optimistic about my off-season and looking ahead to next year.

NOTE...I do not have any connection or affiliation with this product or company. Just offering my two cents.
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