The Ultimate 6 Kit contains the tools you need to access trigger points in your entire body with specific focus on six key areas that include:
- The soleus (back of the lower leg from knee to heel)
- The quads (large muscle group on the front of the thigh)
- The IT band (connects knee and thigh)
- The piriformis (the area connecting the lower spine to the hip)
- The psoas (the muscle connecting the spine to the front thigh), and
- The pectorals (the chest)
The tools are made with unique, TP patented materials that are designed to mimic the feel of a human hand and thumb--and to maintain shape and integrity with repeat use. The Ultimate 6 Guidebook is designed to provide background and instruction on myofascial release and deep tissue massage of these key areas of the body.
- One TP Massage Ball: The TP Massage Ball allows you to apply pressure directly to the muscle by using the floor, wall, or any hard surface to stabilize movement of the ball. The ball gets deep into the muscle when pressure is applied directly. The ball can also be rolled from side to side or in circles for a cross friction type massage.
- One Quadballer: The Quadballer uses your body weight to roll through your body with greater precision than a foam roller could. With the Quadballer you can roll completely through the quads, IT band, lower back, hamstrings, and neck, safely, effectively, and hands free. The Quadballer feels similar to a human hand and allows you to manipulate the muscles similarly to the way a massage therapist would--on a daily basis, on your own.
- One Footballer: Smaller than the Quadballer, the Footballer allows you to roll through, release, and massage smaller muscle groups and especially the calves and feet.
- The Ultimate 6 Guidebook: This book will take you through a quick education on the biomechanics of the body as it relates to running--while also covering the benefits of massage in six key areas: soleus (back of the lower leg from knee to heel), quads (large muscle group on the front of the thigh), IT band (connects knee and thigh), piriformis (the area connecting the lower spine to the hip), psoas (the muscle connecting the spine to the front thigh), and pectorals (the chest).