Moji Massager - Product Review
If you often see those people in the gym who foam roll after exercise but have never got to do it yourself - you are not alone. Even though I am perfectly aware of massage benefits (I even took a course at London College Of Massage in the UK), I have been ignoring the post-workout massage routine that can help muscles recover and will make you feel even better. Not until I learnt about Moji massager though - and now I want to share my experience with you.
Like a Pro
With my hands on Moji Curve Pro ($49,99) and Moji Foot Pro ($39,99), I put two massagers from Moji line to test. The PRO line is Moji's upscale professional line featuring stainless steel massage spheres. The steel makes the massagers heavier and delivers a deeper massage. One can also freeze the massagers for an ice cold massage that will tone the skin while massaging the muscles - something that I have never tried before and was curious and excited about!
Moji Curve is a full body massager designed for massaging larger muscles (quads, hamstrings, calves, IT bands, and hips), while Moji Foot is perfect for feet.
Go big with Moji Curve PRO
While massaging big muscles can be tricky in terms of the reach and pressure, Moji Curve PRO solves both problems. It's designed as a stick with two handles that features 4 large stainless steel freely-rotating massage spheres that provide a 360-degree massage. The spheres dig deep into sore muscles and can relieve pain and break up scar tissue.
Hold on to the handles and apply desired pressure rolling Moji across your legs, up and down and side to side. You will see how your skin instantly reacts to the cold temperature and how blood starts flowing better under the pressure of the massager.
One step closer to relaxation with Moji Foor PRO
Moji Foot PRO is smaller than Curve and is designed to massage your feet. Simply place it on the floor and place either foot on it and roll over. The massager relieves foot pain, releases pressure after exercise or a day of walking or standing on your feet. Moji can relieve pain caused by Plantar Fasciitis, a condition the nature of which is not clear, with long periods of standing, an increase in exercise and obesity being risk factors, - that causes pain in feet.
The good thing about this massager is that you can simply put it on the floor and massage your feet while relaxing on the sofa. You can also use it on other body parts as the massager is easy to hold.
Moji massagers are designed by an Illinois-based company that has been making pain relief and recovery products since 2007. It's a baby of a lifelong competitive athlete and entrepreneur Victor Viner who followed his passion and personal need for a better warm-up and recovery routine before and after his various training activities.
If you would like to learn about specific techniques of massaging with Moji download an e-book: http://gomoji.com/moji-massage-e-book/