**I received this product for free in exchange for my honest opinion. All opinions are 100% mine.**
This Forever Massage Stick comes as one piece, so it's shipped in a long box. Here are some of it's features:
- It's 18" long, which is short enough to fit in most gym bags.
- It's also lightweight, but sturdy.
- The soft grip handles are perfectly shaped to help me have easy control to hold onto the muscle roller stick.
- It has 7 rollers that work independently of each other.
"Just say it's AWESOME! 'Cause it is!" He likes that we can massage each others backs with it. He will come up to my hubby or me and "massage" our back with it (usually when I'm standing at the sink doing dishes! Ha!)
The Muscle Stick Roller comes with a little sheet that shows you a couple ways to use it to massage sore, knotted muscles. The really cool thing though, is that once you buy it, you can go to their website and see a video about different ways to use it. You can see it in action and make sure you're doing it right. There are ways that I didn't think about, that coincidentally are the ways that I REALLY need to use it! I carry a lot of tension in my neck and shoulders, probably just because I'm wound pretty tight by nature, but also because I sit at my computer a lot. One of the ways that they show you how to use it on the website is PERFECT for massaging out those knots between your neck and shoulders. I imagine that you could take this thing to your office with you and keep it under your desk or in a desk drawer and break it out whenever you're feeling tight in your shoulders.
The only thing you need to be careful of is getting it near any hairy parts of your body. If you're a woman with long hair, you might want to put your hair up into a ponytail before you start working on neck or shoulder muscles, because hair can get caught between the rollers. You can see my video review below and get a better idea of what it looks like and how it works.
If you're interested, the Live Infinitely Forever Massage Stick is available at Amazon:
Have you ever tried a muscle roller to reduce muscle soreness after (or before) a workout?