Here's one instrument you should add to your post workout routine

Fact is, the importance of stretching cannot be downplayed and anything to help our cause is definitely welcome.

Moji Curve PRO

The one word we always hear in relations to working out is 'Stretch'.

Fact is, the importance of stretching cannot be downplayed and anything to help our cause is definitely welcome.

We know the first thing we should do after a long workout is stretch.

We’ve spent plenty of time staring at the people who foam roll after they sweat it out but a post-workout cool down that feels more like a relaxing massage, is always ideal.

This is where the Moji Curve PRO comes into play.

The Moji Curve PRO is an on-the-go massage tool that helps with workout recovery.

The device, which is small enough to fit in a gym bag, has four stainless-steel massage spheres that target large muscle groups to relieve pain and soreness.

The Moji Curve PRO is ideal for treating quads, hamstrings, IT bands, calves, and hips, but the spheres can also massage your neck and lower back without putting pressure on your spine.

The best part is that you can stick it in the freezer for a half hour and then use it for some ice-cold muscle relief.

You definitely want to try it out.

Watch this clip on how to use the Moji Curve PRO for your hamstrings.

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