The Trigger Point STK Contour Massage Stick serves as an ingenious tool for relieving tension and soothing painful muscles after a strenuous workout or uncomfortable seating situation, such as long flights in coach class where you're all cramped up. Its flexible, muscle-wrapping design places nine foam spindles around your sore spots, allowing you to relieve tension by moving the massage stick back and forth with just enough pressure. Each spindle individually targets key muscle groups with enough flexibility to conform, yet it's not overly squishy, meaning it still digs into those stubborn muscles. Trigger Point recommends using it on especially sore areas, such as the calf, hamstring, quadriceps, and back. For convenience, you can use this massage stick while seated or standing for use at work and home alike. Additionally, you'll find its relatively compact nature is travel-friendly and easily fits in a mid-sized backpack.
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