Trigger Point AccuCurve Cane Massage Stick

Trigger Point AccuCurve Cane Massage Stick
Trigger Point AccuCurve Cane Massage Stick
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AccuCurve Cane Massage Stick by Trigger Point
The way you're going you'll have to start paying your training partner as a massage therapist, but there's an easier way to relieve hard-to-reach muscles than a daily post-workout rubdown. Thanks to its ergonomic design and multiple massage points you'll be able to alleviate aches and pains wherever they are.

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SKU: TPT000H
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