Jumbl Muscle Roller & Massage Stick for Recovery & Relief from Muscle Pain, Soreness & Tightness – Pro-Grade Trigger Point Design Delivers Deep Tissue Massage & Reaches Areas Foam Rollers Cannot – Perfect for Sport-Active Teens

May 26, 2015 - Comment

Enjoy a deep tissue massage anytime. This highly affordable muscle roller and massaging stick from Jumbl is also remarkably effective. Designed with freely spinning rollers, it delivers a deep tissue massage straight to your tired, aching zones, bones, and muscles. It improves the efficiency of blood circulation to increase flexibility and strengthen muscles while reducing

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Enjoy a deep tissue massage anytime.

This highly affordable muscle roller and massaging stick from Jumbl is also remarkably effective. Designed with freely spinning rollers, it delivers a deep tissue massage straight to your tired, aching zones, bones, and muscles. It improves the efficiency of blood circulation to increase flexibility and strengthen muscles while reducing soreness. Use this stick to alleviate cramps, knots, pain, soreness, and muscle tightness in your legs, calves, hamstrings, glutes, Achilles, arches, IT band, quads, arms, neck, shoulders, and back.

Warm up properly to prevent injuries.

If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, this Jumbl massaging stick is worth its weight in chiropractor fees. By helping you warm up before a workout, it prevents injuries related to muscles tightness and the like. As a parent, you can use this technique to help your kids and their team get ready for competition by limiting injury and keeping them performing at peak in football, lacrosse, rugby, basketball, tennis, gymnastics, volleyball, soccer, softball, etc. The 18″ length is the perfect size for home, gym, field and travel use.

Use as needed – and like you mean it.

Whatever your muscle relief needs, the Jumbl massaging stick delivers. It works as well for the beginner mom looking to shed the baby weight as it does for the advanced body builder. From growing pains like shin splints as a teen to adult pains such as bad backs, plantar fasciitis, restless leg syndrome, shin splints, tennis elbow, and more, this roller’s uses are endless. In addition, it is constructed of strong materials in an ergonomic design so that you can apply as much pressure as you need without fear of breaking or bending it.

Product Features

  • Massager Stick Features Smooth Rollers that Actually Work & Don’t Pinch Skin
  • Comfortably Thick Handles Offer a Solid Grip & Make Roller Easy to Hold & Use
  • Massaging Action Warms You Up, Increases Circulation & Reduces Soreness
  • Quality Materials Ensure Roller Stick Doesn’t Squeak or Emit Annoying Sounds
  • Convenient Size & Ergonomic Design Make This a Portable ‘Massage Therapist’
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Shirley Priscilla Johnson "Shirley Priscilla ... says:

Wonderful Product! When this product came in everybody in my family tried to use it first. No way, I was the reviewer and I was going to use it first. Wow! I was impressed. This is one great product. I am mid age so there are lots of times when my muscles give me trouble so this was like a gift from above to use. First of all it is very well made and you can tell it is not going to break easily. I was ready for a trial. I had my husband roll it on my back and up by my neck. I could literally feel my muscles…

Mandy Payne "Is it just me?" says:

Best When Used With Two People My boyfriend and I call this the abacus massage stick. :) It really works well to take the knots out of your back and shoulder muscles. In fact, it can feel very intense when used to take out knots in shoulder muscles, that’s where I carry most of my tension. It works better if you have someone use it on you. Sure, you can roll it on your own back and shoulders but you can’t really lean into it the way another person can who is working on you. This is just like the hand rollers you see in…

I Do the Speed Limit says:

Very effective, very sturdy, inexpensive massage stick The older I get, the more my muscles seem to seize up after a lot of exercise. My doctor told me to start rolling my feet over a tennis ball to help in that area. And I’ve heard other people resort to rolling pins, rather than invest in expensive massage sticks. So, here comes this offering from Jumbl: A well-made, heavy-duty, massage stick–without the big investment. 

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