6 muscle recovery tools in one
The Knotty Roller foam roller splits in half to reveal 5 other recovery tools. You get a 24" foam roller, 24" half dome, 3" massage ball, 2" bumpy ball, 18" massage stick, and a stretching band that doubles as a carrying strap.
Each one is used for different parts of the body and for a different purpose for a variation of over 200 uses.
You can use them before a workout to make the most out of it or after a workout to recover faster by boosting lymphatic drainage to flush toxins and relieve pain.
The foam roller is held together by a strong magnet (35lb rating) so you keep everything together without fear of losing them. It beats carrying 6 different tools individually.
What if you bought each too individually
If you bought each tool, together it would cost more than $150. If you go to Kickstarter at the time of writing, you can get the Knotty Roller at $99.
Not only is it cheaper, you'll have less to carry.
If everything goes well, the Knotty Roller is likely to retail for $150, at least according to its Kickstarter page.
For less than $99 however, you can get a knockoff Hypervolt at AliExpress.
Foam rolling is a cheap way to boost recovery from a workout. But a percussion massager has been described as a miracle for recovery. Even more than a foam roller.
At the price of $99, you can buy a cheap percussion massager with a touch screen at AliExpress. But they don't last as long as foam rollers do, which is basically more than a lifetime, probably. Because they're not likely to break, foam rollers are more reliable and the Knotty Roller gives you all you need.