Body Back Company’s Body Back Buddy (Black) Sport Therapy Duo – Back Massage – Deep Muscle Massage – Trigger Point Therapy – Relief from Tired, Sore & Cramped Muscle

February 20, 2018 - Comment

Get the amazing benefits of 2 remarkable self-massage tools in this incredibly affordable bundle! Our Sports Therapy Duo combines the powerful full body trigger point, and acupressure massage of the Original Body Back Buddy with our highly effective deep muscle, and deep tissue Massage Stick. Enjoy the benefits of reduced knots, alleviated muscle soreness, improved

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Get the amazing benefits of 2 remarkable self-massage tools in this incredibly affordable bundle! Our Sports Therapy Duo combines the powerful full body trigger point, and acupressure massage of the Original Body Back Buddy with our highly effective deep muscle, and deep tissue Massage Stick.

Enjoy the benefits of reduced knots, alleviated muscle soreness, improved posture, increased flexibility & mobility, more energy, speed and agility, better sleep, better circulation, reduced inflammation, pain and muscle cramps.

With just 20 minutes of use a day you can speed up healing and injury recovery; significantly and visibly improve skin elasticity and the appearance of cellulite for less than the cost of a 60 minute massage.

Complete self-body massage has never been more affordable or easy to do. Waste no time, grab your Sports Pack today and experience the benefits of these 2 superior massage therapy tools.

Perfect for:

Joggers, Runners, Swimmers, Bikers & Cyclists, Rock Climbers, Body Builders, CrossFit, P90X, Insanity, T25, weight and strength training, Dancers, Yoga, Pilates, Professional Sports & Physical Therapists, Massage Therapists, Hikers, Skiers, Snowboarders, Surfers & Skaters.

Uses:

Neck pain Shoulder painBack painChest painAbdomen painTorso painThigh/hips painLeg painFeet painStretchingLoosening fasciaPlantar FasciitisSciaticaArthritisMyofascial pain syndrome (MPS) FibromyalgiaMuscular exertionRepetitive stressBiochemical overloadPostural overload, antalgic postural overloads and degenerative postural overloadsReferred painMuscle trauma

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