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Myo Stick

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£79.99
  • Myo Stick
  • Mobility Tool
  • Weighs 9kg

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PLEASE NOTE THIS TOOL SHOULD NOW BE PURCHASED THROUGH KABUKI STRENGTH 

 

Myofascial Stick Tool

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What is the Myo stick? This tool is used in trigger point/myofascial release

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Myofascial release is used to relax contracted muscles and improve the flexibility of the fascia which can often hinder muscle growth

 


Why choose the Myo Stick?

Made from solid steel these mobility tools are approximately 9kg in weight reducing the need to apply excessive pressure

With a rounded and pointed end you can choose the perfect end in order to really pin point the muscle

The knurled handle makes gripping and applying pressure easy while the protective coating stops rust

 

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Additional Information

Length (mm) 500
Width (mm) 50
Height (mm) 50
Weight (kg) 9.0000
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