The Stick: One Tool for Flexibility & Injury Prevention
When I worked on The Stretch Workout Plan, something dawned on me. I didn’t bring up a pretty awesome and underrated tool in my Ten Best Fitness Tools report (grab a free copy HERE). That’s okay, ’cause you know I can give you the 4-1-1 on a super cool tool to take your flexibility routine to the next level. It’s the Stick and not just any stick.
This tool is great for rolling out knots and tension in your muscle. The nice part about the Stick is it is highly portable and most anyone can use it. Take a look below at the affiliate link of the Stick on Amazon below:
Do I Use The Stick?
I lucked out and found one for two bucks at Goodwill a few years ago. Now, I use this puppy regularly to roll out my tight leg muscles (i.e. hamstrings, calves, IT band). Have you used the Stick before? Or, do you own the Stick already? Have you used the Stick’s distant cousin, the Foam Roller?
Hit me back and let me know your take on it.
-Dale L. Roberts, One Jacked Monkey, LLC
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P.S. If you click the link to the Stick and purchase it, I get a small portion of the profit, but I won’t get rich on it. Trust me when I say, I heartily endorse this product, because I use it, and 100% believe in it. I’m not hockin’ products for a quick buck; I do it ’cause it IS a great product.
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