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Does the PSO-RITE have a purpose or is it just trendy garbage?

ironfist

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I see this everywhere.

The pso-rite is a psoas release tool, basically it's two prongs you lay on (maybe not at the same time) and it uses pressure to relax your psoas. Tense psoas is supposed to cause all kinds of issues.

It's very expensive.

Supposedly you can't use a tennis ball or whatever because it's not big enough/bad shape.

There are a few competing merchandise, like the hip hook and hip hero.

Here is a picture. It's like $70.

PSO-RITE-Night-Black_540x.jpg


The others, hip hook is like $100+ and the hip hero is a little less.

Do these help?
 
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I see this everywhere.

The pso-rite is a psoas release tool, basically it's two prongs you lay on (maybe not at the same time) and it uses pressure to relax your psoas. Tense psoas is supposed to cause all kinds of issues.

It's very expensive.

Supposedly you can't use a tennis ball or whatever because it's not big enough/bad shape.

There are a few competing merchandise, like the hip hook and hip hero.

Here is a picture. It's like $70.

PSO-RITE-Night-Black_540x.jpg


The others, hip hook is like $100+ and the hip hero is a little less.

Do these help?

Have you tried this nerve flossing exercise?

 

Aspekt

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I have one of these, I love it, yeah it's quite a lot of money for what is essentially a chunk of moulded plastic, but this is a buy it for life item. I use it almost every day. I have a foam roller, massage pointers, hard/soft exercise balls and massage gun but this is much better for getting into the psoas.
 
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I have one of these, I love it, yeah it's quite a lot of money for what is essentially a chunk of moulded plastic, but this is a buy it for life item. I use it almost every day. I have a foam roller, massage pointers, hard/soft exercise balls and massage gun but this is much better for getting into the psoas.

Good to know, thank you for the review on it!
 

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