Rogue Resistance Bands
These Rogue Resistance Bands are the ultimate way to train and mobilize the shoulders and legs. They provide low impact resistance for strength movements as well as provide resistance to shoulder openers. They double as a stretching tool.
Rogue Supernova 2.0 Ball
This hard Rogue Supernova Mobility Ball is larger than your average lacrosse or tennis ball and covers more surface area. It is great for working those inner thigh and gluteus muscles and will not disappoint! Get it in the armpit, on the chest, or back behind the shoulders for some great tension relief in these hot spot areas.
The lacrosse ball is probably one of the most underrated of all the mobility tools one can have in their arsenal. Its hard surface and core allow for a deep penetrating pressure; easily getting into tense and knotted areas for that much needed muscular release. This tool is great for getting into the chest, shoulder blades, upper traps, glutes, and small areas throughout the body that cause us tension and irritation. For an added bonus, use the lacrosse ball to roll out your feet.
The MobilityWOD Gemini is great for the hard to reach areas on either side of the spinal column. It allows you to release the added tension and tight muscular attatchments in those areas without putting stress and pressure on the spinal column. This tool also doubles as a taller trigger point release when used on its side. Great for the glutes, psoas, and chest.
Vortex Foam Roller
All foam rollers are not created equal. Once you have started using a 100% foam roller and realize that will not benefit you after the first few weeks; you will want a foam roller with a solid core and firmer padding. This Vortex Foam Roller meets both of those requirements. It allows for a deep myofascial release of the tight tissue and it's spiral design makes elongating the tissue a much smoother process.
Mobility Wod Battle Star Kit
MobilityWOD Battle Star is a great tool for rolling out those little extras we tend not to think about as big pain centers. Put this up on a high table or jerk rack for some work on your triceps and inner arms or lay it on the floor for some much needed calf rolling. This item also doubles as a nice foam or stick roller for working out those larger body movers.
SPRI Tiger Tail Rolling Stick
This handy SPRI Rolling Stick is great for those days where you are just a little too sore to roll out. You can adjust the pressure easily without having the weight of your body driving into the padding as you do on a convention roller. Also, with a partner, this is a great tool for loosening up the biceps, forearms, and other hard to reach areas. You can use this tool on your large movers as well as harder to hit areas such as your calves and shins.