We bend, reach, lean, and crouch; for hours on end - these compromising postural positions are commonplace for the grower. Our back muscles are appropriately named—erector spinae- they hold our trunk up right. The moment we flex our trunk even 45 degrees we’ve just placed 50% more compression on vulnerable discs.
- Flushes metabolic waste from training and stress.
- Releases adhesions, breaks down scar tissue, mitigates damage from microfiber tears, and unwinds tight fascia.
- Hydrates the soft tissue by stimulating and draining and the lymphatic system.
- Reverses ischemia—lack of blood flow-to the soft tissue and surrounding areas.