BlackBoard Meta Trigger
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A Tool for Foot Mobilization & Trigger Point Release
Feet are the basis of a balanced anatomy and play a major role in the proper functioning of the knees, hips, and spine. It’s not uncommon for long-term musculoskeletal problems to start in the feet—the foundation of your body. The BlackBoard Meta Trigger offers you the possibility of addressing a variety of foot complaints while improving foot function and comfort, for the betterment of your body as a whole. This elegantly designed tool serves as a foot mobilizer and trigger point release mechanism, and it works well for problems such as heel pain, heel spurs, ball of foot pain, hallux valgus, hallux rigidus, tailor’s bunions, flat feet, neurological foot spasms, and osteoarthritis at the base of the big toe. Use the Meta Trigger to release areas of tension all throughout your foot, as well as to improve your overall gait pattern and the rolling function of your foot.
Innovative Ergonomic Design Permits Targeted Treatment
The innovative BlackBoard Meta Trigger carefully considers the ergonomics of the foot, permitting a deep mobilization of the individual foot bones and joints, as well as the treatment of muscular tension and trigger points. For a higher-intensity treatment, place the base of the Meta Trigger so that it points toward your heel. For a lower-intensity treatment, place the base of the Meta Trigger so that it points toward your toes. You can also place the BlackBoard Meta Trigger in line with or horizontally under your foot to target specific foot regions or problems. By turning (or angling) the BlackBoard Meta Trigger, you will be able to perfectly hit any pain points in your foot. The smallest of adjustments, or corrections, of the Meta Trigger can prompt fundamental improvements in the treatment approach and yield lasting results that set you up for long-term musculoskeletal success.
Can Be Paired With Other Footgear to Enhance Foot Function
The BlackBoard Meta Trigger works great as a standalone tool for improving foot function and addressing or preventing a wide range of foot problems, or it can be used in concert with other products, such as the BlackBoard Basic and ToeBands, to actively enhance foot joint mobility and build a stronger, more capable foot. Other natural footgear that compliments the BlackBoard Meta Trigger includes men’s and women’s foot-healthy footwear, Correct Toes toe spacers, Injinji toe socks, Pedag metatarsal pads, and Naboso insoles. This collection of footgear offers the possibility of profound and enduring foot health benefits when used on a regular basis or as part of a daily foot care routine. Each BlackBoard Meta Trigger comes with a detailed user’s manual that depicts and describes all the various exercises you can perform with it as well as a proposed training schedule for the use of this tool.
- Made in Germany
- NF Certified Product
- Elegant, ergonomic design
- Compact and travel-friendly
- Total Product Weight: 3.7 oz.
- Comes with a detailed user’s manual
- Materials: Durable, high-density rubber
- Dimensions: 5.75” long x 3” wide x 1” tall
- Helpful for enhancing foot function and gait
- Helpful for improving foot and toe joint mobility
- Helpful for addressing a variety of foot problems
- Helpful for releasing areas of tension throughout the foot
- Helpful for enhancing foot sensory perception and awareness
- Helpful for improving athletic performance and rehabilitating feet
- Works great in combination with Correct Toes and Injinji toe socks
- Works great in combination with the BlackBoard Basic and ToeBands
- Works great in combination with Pedag met pads and Naboso insoles
- Works great in combination with men’s and women’s foot-shaped shoes
The BlackBoard Meta Trigger comes in one size and is 5.75 inches long by 3 inches wide by 1 inch tall.
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