Massage, Roll and Recover Muscle Tissue with Mobility Wall, the Vertical Foam Rolling System Launching on Kickstarter

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Mobility Wall revolutionizes foam rolling with its vertical soft and deep tissue massage system that gives users total control to target muscles safely, effectively, and hygienically.

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Whether you are an athlete, your average gym junkie, someone who suffers from ‘tech neck’ or someone struggling with everyday ailments, Mobility Wall is the solution to help you recover and get you moving in a safer, more effective, and more hygienic manner.

A revolution in foam rolling launches today on Kickstarter in Mobility Wall, the market’s first turnkey vertical foam rolling and trigger point solution. No more lying on germy floors or struggling for the right position. Mobility Wall is safe for users of almost any age and ability to relieve pain and improve mobility.

Foam rolling is a simple concept. The reality of effectively targeting the right muscles with the right pressure is often more challenging than it appears. Standard foam rollers force users to rely on balance and upper body strength to perform the movements needed for relief.

Mobility Wall provides a standing solution to foam rolling that provides relief to a wider range of muscles without the limitations associated with traditional rolling. Tough to relieve muscle groups including the neck, shoulders, upper back and chest are easy to target with customizable height and pressure.

Foam rollers have become a popular tool in fitness and physical therapy circles for relieving muscle stiffness and pain. They’re so popular that the industry is expected to grow to $280 million by 2024. In the United States, approximately 81% of physical therapists use foam rollers in their practices because they find them to be among the best tools to enhance a user’s range of motion, and to massage and stretch sore, tight and tired muscles.

“Whether you are an athlete, your average gym junkie, someone who suffers from ‘tech neck’ or someone struggling with everyday ailments, Mobility Wall is the solution to help you recover and get you moving in a safer, more effective, and more hygienic manner,” said Dave Garden, co-founder of Mobility Wall. “Gone are the days of getting on the floor with germs and bacteria while you struggle to hold your body weight up and trying to find the angles to effectively roll out the pain and stiffness.”

Mobility Wall will ship to consumers fully assembled. Weighing less than 10 lbs, it’s easy to secure in almost any door frame with a high tension rod mounting system. A proprietary split roller deep tissue massage system is built onto a rail system that provides maximum stability and safety while joints and muscles are rolled out using two eight-inch rollers separated by a one-inch gap.

The standard Mobility Wall package comes with two smooth textured foam rollers and a small ball attachment that’s perfect for kneading back muscles. Additional attachments are available include a large ball for working larger areas of the body, a “fork” for relieving tightness around the spine, and a “bullet” that provides a targeted release of tension in the shoulders. The Mobility Wall Pro features a textured foam roller and all four attachments.

Stand up, massage, roll, and recover. With the Mobility Wall, these four steps become reality as muscle tension melts away. To pre-order Mobility Wall and its attachments, visit pr.go2.fund/mobilitywall.

About Mobility Wall
Mobility Wall was co-founded by Dave Garden and Chris DiVecchio. As trainers and businessmen, they watched clients struggle to support their body weight and dig into their muscles appropriately with standard rollers. Their clients also felt gross lying on the germy floor to find relief. They knew there had to be a better way, and after putting rollers, softballs and other objects against a wall, they knew a vertical solution was ideal. They’ve worked to perfect Mobility Wall and provide instruction for its use so customers find maximum relief and benefit. For more information, visit http://www.productype.co/mobilitywall.

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