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Flexibility and mobility rollers are among the top 20 fitness trends this year. Proper recovery between workouts is crucial to training success and folks are realizing that “recovery” is more than just a “rest day.” Power Systems has a new recovery tool that is quickly becoming a favorite among athletes of all levels. Introducing the HighBaller®!

The HighBaller® is the only rotating, twin-ball massager featuring width adjustable massage balls for self-myofascial release (SMR). The width adjustment feature of the HighBaller® allows targeted treatment for large and small muscle groups on any athlete – from middle school to the pros.

The small surface/contact area of the massage balls allows the user to apply acute pressure on a triggerpoint and penetrate deeper into the muscle tissue. Many prefer to use the HighRoller® to treat problem areas of the neck, back, and shoulders – however, it can be used for SMR on the limbs as well. If you are looking for a less intense SMR session, try out the HighRoller® – its large surface area and elevated platform is great for beginners to SMR exercises.

Other Features:

  • Wide, non-slip base
  • Arrives fully assembled
  • Includes a triggerpoint map to help identify problem areas
  • One-year manufacturer warranty

The HighBaller® is the perfect addition to any space from the home gym to the CrossFit box, the training studio to the physical therapist office. Available exclusively from Power Systems. HighBaller® exercise tutorial videos are FREE and can be found at www.musclecareacademy.com.

Elisabeth Fouts

About Elisabeth Fouts

Elisabeth Fouts is Power Systems’ Education and Trade Show Coordinator and a 10 year veteran in the fitness industry. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science, is certified in and actively teaches 4 Les Mills Group Fitness Programs, and serves as a PowerWave Senior Coach. When Elisabeth isn’t teaching group x classes, you can find her training for or participating in an Obstacle Course race or watching Tennessee Volunteers or Dallas Cowboys football… GO VOLS!