PostureCurve Product Review

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As an endurance athlete, I am always on the lookout for new ways to relieve muscle pain and recover quickly so I can get back to my training routine.  I happened upon the PostureCurve while searching for new products by The Stick.  I have been using The Marathon Stick for five years now but wanted something to use on my glutes.  I contacted The Stick, asking if they had any products I could review.  A quick response was sent informing me of some newer products to help relieve the pain I had been experiencing.  I received the PostureCurve and was a little shocked by the look of it.  It looked more like a torture device than a recovery aide.  To my surprise, it was easier to use than I had expected.  I read the brochure and watched a few videos on how best to use it.

After using the PostureCurve, my pain and nagging glute issues were eliminated.  I prefer to use the PostureCurve while laying down flat on the ground with a mat or placing it directly under the problem area and sitting on it for about 30-60 seconds at a time.  The knuckles help to apply pressure to the glutes and also help to relieve piriformis syndrome.

My 16-year-old son is a member of his high school’s marching band and suffers from back pain due to marching with heavy drums.  The PostureCurve has helped to relieve his tight back pain.  He lays back over it, then we reposition it up an inch until we work to stretch his entire back.

The PostureCurve can be used as a back support for short periods of time.  For instance, it can be utilized while sitting in a chair or on vehicle or airplane seats.  Sitting against the PostureCurve rotates the pelvis forward and temporarily restores the lumbar curve.

A Florida A&M study using twenty healthy university students showed that utilizing the PostureCurve decreased back stiffness an average of 26% immediately after the initial three-minute session.

As far as I’m concerned The Stick offers another great product.  It may not look like it, but the PostureCurve does the job and does it well.

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