Monday, April 1, 2013

Moji 360 Massager Review and Giveaway!

Here is my confession. I have a love affair with my foam roller (FR).

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We watch TV together. We drink wine together. My foam roller knows all of my intricate and delicate body parts and does his (her?) best to take care of them.

Now it looks like FR’s got some competition. Moji has come to town. Now, FR will never be replaced, per se, but I am feeling a bit attracted to Moji. It’s offering me some things FR just cannot.

This may look like a torture device, but believe you me – it is just the opposite (although it could probably do some damage if you slammed someone in the face with it – not suggesting that).

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What is a MOJI?

Basically, it is a self-massager that claims to break up scar tissue and go deep, deep, deep to immediately relieve sore and tight muscles. Apparently it “mimics the stokes of a massage therapist” (no happy ending, though). The device is multi directional – it can go sideways, up and down or in circles to hit the right spot (I’m sorry but I’m going to NEED to put a TWSS right here).

I decided to wait and put this baby to the test after my 16 mile run on Friday. I started with my calves, because my left one has been getting really tight after about 11 miles.

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It takes a few strokes to get used to the Moji and to find out how to position it for the right amount of pressure. Once you find the sore spot or cramped area, you can work it. The larger balls are for deep tissue while the smaller ones are for lighter massage. I love balls. All sizes.

Yes, I used to be a gymnast. Now I just pretend to be one in my kitchen.

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Next I attacked my IT bands. Those babies have been tight. Funny thing is, I don’t notice them being tight, but when I roll them, they hurt like a mother. Also, when my acupuncturist sticks a needle into them I pretty much wet myself. Again, with the Moji it took a minute to find the right spot and position. The Moji is really lightweight and easy to maneuver so it isn’t hard make it work. This video gives a better idea of how it works.

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Turns out the Moji has a little sister, the mini hand held Moji.

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This smaller version is awesome. Very flexible and fits right into your palm. You can apply it to your hurt spot and rub away (see me rubbing my glute in this action shot):

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The Moji did seem to loosen things up for me. The claim of immediately alleviating soreness was true, although in some cases the soreness returned later. This is not a miracle tool, but it does produce some decent results after a long run.

The Pros:

  • Without having to apply much pressure, the Moji provides a deep massage that can pinpoint certain areas.
  • The Moji is a nice alternative or addition to the FR, because the balls roll smoothly over target areas in all directions. You can get a bit more specific about your target area than with the FR. Stick massagers also don’t always get small pinpoint areas.
  • This thing is light and portable, unlike an FR. You could easily put in your gym bag or suitcase (although it might not make it through security).
  • The Moji makes it pretty easy to reach hard to get to places like the center of your back or your hamstrings.

The Cons:

  • I’m not certain it’s that different from other hand held massagers out there – I haven’t tried them all.
  • Price. The Moji is rather expensive and goes for $69.99 (for a combo pack containing both the Moji Massager and Mini Massager). If it really works, than that is a steal, but it’s a high price point if you are not sure it’s going to do the trick for you.

Giveaway:

Want to try a Moji and a mini-Moji? I’ve got a prize pack to give away.

To enter:

  • Tell me in a comment why you want to try this torture device + 1 entry
  • Blog, FB or twat about this giveaway and leave a comment telling me +1 entry

Giveaway ends April 8th. Prize can only be shipped within the US.

Good luck!

SUAR

Fine Print: Moji sent me the product for this review and giveaway in exchange for my unbiased review.

281 comments:

  1. This looks easier to use than my FR, mainly because I am a baby and can't seem to use it right.

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  2. Have never foam rolled and SHOULD.

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  3. I have been using the foam roller to relieve the pain in my IT band. Maybe Moji would do the trick.

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  4. "Are you happy to see me, or is that a Moji in your pocket?" The comic relief alone would be worth it, but should it also provide tension relief, well then, that would be a win-win.

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  5. I like portable torture devices. Foam rollers do not pack well.

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  6. I want the mojo because I enjoy torture for its own sake. Just kidding, I too have issues with not realizing muscles or IT bands tight and I need to work that shit ou!

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  7. i love my foam roller too but the balls sound like fun :)

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  8. Chance to win a torture device? Sign me up. The Moji looks like it would be more versatile than the foam roller.

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  9. I"m starting to ramp up my running (as of today!) and my IT bands always get wicked tight-- I'd love to try this weird looking toy out :)

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  10. Have sore calves so am interested in winning a set.

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  11. I have a "The Stick" and don't really like it. Maybe Moji would be better and then I would actually do it and my hamstrings will loosen up and there will be world peace. Right?

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  12. I would love to try this device to see if it helps loosen up my IT bands. Have the foam roller but think this would be worth a shot to see if I like it better!

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  13. I would love to win this! Torture is every runners middle name. I've tried the mini moji out when I've been to the running stores and actually liked it. These would be perfect for my travels. I travel every week for work and I lug a massive suitcase so I can bring my beloved FR with me (because hotel and gym ones gross me out since NO ONE cleans them). My legs have been super tight recently and need all the help I can get before my 10 mile race on Sunday and the Nike Women's half at the end of the month

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  14. My achilles has been acting up forever, maybe the Moji would help. I love balls too!

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  15. Tweeted! https://mobile.twitter.com/oowidescrnoo/status/318708491424505856

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  16. I NEED this for my calves that cry every time I run.
    kelly
    sitesx6@aol.com

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  17. I run. My husband runs. Our house needs this thing. We are constantly training for something. Right now, the hubby is training for a dualathalon and the MS150. And we are both starting to ramp up our running in preparation for Ragnar NW Passage in July. There are some hurting muscles in my house and this would be awesome. Plus, our FR is lonely and would like some company.

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  18. I love this idea.. I don't use my foam roller that much.. but would really like to try something new..

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  19. I'm one big ball of sore from the waist down. You wanna hear someone squeal like a piggy? Send that moji my way! (seriously, my husband only massages my legs because he thinks it's hilarious to hear me complain the whole time)

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  20. My IT band wants to try the Moji, it's sick of the foam roller.

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  21. That thing does look like a torture device - I would have to make sure my oldest son didn't take it as part of his Medieval collection!!
    I would love to win - As I've gotten older, I need all the help I can get keeping my muscles loose!

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  22. im sore. i need a moji,and balls are so much more fun than FR!
    :D

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  23. Just got my first foam roller, and I have to say - I'm in love. Would be nice to have something more portable for travel, though.

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  25. I love my FR too but for some reason I've had a hard time lately getting at my hamstrings with it. I've had to resort to a tennis ball to really "get into" them so perhaps I should give a Moji a try??? Often wondered if one would be worthwhile??

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  26. Since I love my foam roller, especially for IT band issues, I'm sure I would love using the Moji as well. It's taken me some time but I am finally at 5 miles, running a half later this year and I am SURE the Moji would aid my recovery after long runs! Going to blog about this on my next post - http://renitaruns.blogspot.com

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  27. I want one! I don't even have a foam roller!

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  28. I just ran one of the hilliest courses ever and don't have a foam roller. I NEED this.

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  29. I would love to try the Moji - I never tried anything else besides foam rolling to loosen my muscles. I am in the peak of training so this would be perfect!

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  30. I would love to try the Moji! I just bought a foam roller a couple of weeks ago and was amazed at how much it actually worked. I saw the Moji-type massagers next to the foam rollers, but wasn't exactly sure what to expect. I love my foam roller, but would love to test out the Moji to see if it helps loosen my muscles better than my roller.

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  31. i can't handle the foam... so much work for this lazy girl! but this looks fantastic

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  32. Though I love a good happy ending, they are a little out of my price range... a free prize pack seems like a bargain and if it hits all the right spots as you claim... no brainer!

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  33. Would love to try it to relieve hard-to-reach groin strain pain!

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  34. Love that it's packable/portable!

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  35. i would LOVE to try this out. I, too, am a foam roller lover and daily user... I have a weird soft tissue/biomechanical whackiness that has caused some symptoms on/off x 2 years... I'd love another way to attack it without spending $$$$$$$$$/mo at various health care pro's for awhile! happy running!
    kzpt, oregon

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  36. Laurie CarpenterApril 1, 2013 at 7:36 AM

    Oh man this looks AWESOME. I have been having some calf issues lately, and while I love my foam roller, this will take it to the next level. AND your contest ends on my 40TH BIRTHDAY - don't you think I'll need a little consolation???

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  37. haha! when i saw your foam roller pic i thought oh that's so me...i have an ongoing love affair with mr. foamie (what i call my roller...we're on intimate terms)...

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  38. Laurie CarpenterApril 1, 2013 at 7:36 AM

    Shared on FB and with my lovely runner sisters and friends. :)

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  39. I have major knots in my calves and glutes that I would love to abuse with the Moji!

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  40. I love my foam roller, but this looks intriguing! I'd love to try it.

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  41. I'm in love with my FR too! I've always wanted to try the Moji but the cost always stopped me too. I think my IT band would love it!!! Thanks for the info and demo on it!

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  42. I FB my run club about the Moji. :)

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  43. I bet it would feel good on your feet!
    I am FBing this.

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  44. I'm supposed to run BOston in 2 weeks, and my left calf is a mess! I would like to try this! Thanks.

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  45. I have a pulled hip flexor, so this would be great! Thanks for sharing your review.

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  46. Because I'm always on the brink of falling apart while training for a 50k. And, Howard Stern won't share his secret Plantar's remedy on the radio.
    xo Sam

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  47. I would love to try this! I keep meaning to order a foam roller but haven't gotten around to it yet! My legs have been SORE in various spots after runs and a hand held massager would be AMAZING!

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  48. I would love to win this. I was just thinking this morning when using my foam roller that the more it hurts, the more I know I need it. Sounds like to Moji allows you to be more targeted.

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  49. Also FB'd about it and Tweeted about it. (+2? :) )

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  50. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/CMIR2013/status/318737490234187776

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  51. I want this because I'm training for my first half and my body hurts and I'm a poor college student. :)

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  52. I would love to try the Moji. It looks like I could take it to work with me for my sore legs much easier than the FR. Thanks

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  53. ive been battling ITBS for 6 months!

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  54. This looks great! I am training for my first 1/2 and was just thinking that a massage would be great. This seems like it could be the perfect thing!

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  55. I am not quite sure from the pictures what makes this a lot different from some of the cheaper rollers out there. I know there are some expensive models that have therapeutic magnets, but not sure that is what is on the edge of this device.

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  56. I'd love to try this. I have a foam roller but I'm too lazy to use it since it takes work. But this contraption? Minimal work involved!

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  57. I have lots of injuries and use the foam roller, stick and a tennis ball. I could use one more torture device to make my routine complete. :)

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  58. I love my foam roller and with chronic back pain since 1999 working the kinks out of my thighs and glutes has helped some with the back. The back muscles are always "on" and they are hard to massage with a foam roller, a tennis ball works ok but the Moji might be the ticket!

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  59. I would love to try this as well. I found a new stick massager at the running store the other day and was amazed that it found spots that I didn't even know were sore.

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  60. I need something to torture my boyfriend's legs, hips, and back with....then he can do it to me. (uhhhh....I mean, massage me.)

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  61. Yeah - I tweeted. (@NV1019)

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  62. I'm training for IMCDA and need all the help I can get.

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  63. I've heard lots about the company but have never tried the product.

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  64. I absolutely love the convenience and effectiveness of Moji's icing system, so I'd love to see if their massage tools are just as great! -- Hillary

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  65. Tweeted about the contest! (@hillaryspeaks)

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  66. I have been having issues with my shin splint area and calfs after back to back runs (usually when they are a bit longer like 10 & 7). Perhaps I could scale back and have a rest day in between but what kind of runner would that make me ;). Anyway, I'm far too cheap to buy an expensive tool like that, but if I were to 'win' it I have faith it would become a 'go to' tool...maybe work a little better than my tennis ball.

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  67. I want it because I'm old and sore.

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  68. I want to try it becuase I am training for my first marathon and would hope that it might help my tight muscles!

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  69. I want to try one because I am pregnant with my third kid and everything is tight! I'm not running right now, but my butt is so tight that it hurts to sit, sleep, or do just about anything! I feel like someone should pull my hips out do socket, grind them down a bit and plug them back in.

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  70. I want to try this because my body is acting like it's almost 50(!!!) and it seems like every week I have a new muscle ache. Please send Ben Gay and Geritol along with the massagers, TYVM. ;)

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  71. Might help with soreness as I begin training for my first marathon!

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  72. I was researching this product a few weeks ago and was wondering if it really worked. I do not currently own any sort of massager or FR, but I hope that I can get a chance to try this one out!

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  73. I need all the help I can get with my tight aging body.

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  74. I tend to get injured and know that i should be rolling, but I don't own like that.

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  75. I would like to try it to see if it helps any more than the foam roller (which I also love). ;)

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  76. I want to try these because they look like they really work.

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  77. I have tried one of these at the LRS and it feels amazing! However, I am too cheap to fork over the money. My IT band really hates me right now so this would be perfect.

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  78. I've been having some hamstring issues and would love to try it because I know I'd never buy it myself... I'm a college cheapskate ;)

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  79. I posted your giveaway on my blog :)

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  80. I almost ordered this massager last week-ended up with the neck/back warmer thing instead. My glutes and hammies get really tight after 10 miles and while the various (6 at last count) foam rollers available to me work ok, I think this device would hit the sore spots better and Moji makes the best stuff ever.

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  81. I'm training for my first half (5/5/13) and would use this for the sore spots. I'm still learning how to work those sore spots as it is, may as well learn with a new, uh, toy! Also, my hubby has a very sore spot in his shoulder blade that I've been working for him. I could definitely use one for that! Maybe I should just go order my own...can you get just a mini?

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  82. I'd love to try this. After two hip surgeries, I use a foam roller religiously. I'd like to add this to my repertoire.

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  83. I would love love LOVE to try the Moji; I've seen it at some expos and wondered if it would be worthwhile. Sounds like it would be a great addition to my collection of torture devices (foam roller, nobby roller, The Stick).

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  84. I'm training for my first half and have started having some IT band issues...this may help me get through the race!

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  85. I loved my foam roller so much the very first time I used it that I (1) wrote a blog about it called “Holy Roller” and (2) named it. Hey, if you’re going to live with something for more than a week, it deserves a name. In the past, I’ve named persistent colds/illnesses. My roller goes by Citrus.

    And I would love to try that torture device because I think I’m just about ready to pull the trigger on my first marathon (In September), I’m incredibly ticklish, and not at all wealthy, so I like the idea of being able to massage out those knots and soreness that I’m sure to experience without having to endure or pay for a bunch of actual massages.

    And I kind of want to hit someone in the face with it, but let’s keep that between us.

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  86. Definitely need one of these! My darn left calf is eternally tight, so maybe this would help!

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  87. Running six days a week has made my calves ultra tight. Hot yoga is helping, but I'm not hitting the studio every day. With this beauty device I could work them everyday!

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  88. I would like to try this. I need a massage since I am training for my first 50k at the end of the month.

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  89. I would love to try this massager on my buttocks and hammies.

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  90. I would like this because I hate that I have to lie on the floor when I use my foam roller. Sometimes I see mice scamper around on the floor. This makes me less prone to foam roll/more prone to injury. Also, I need to move.

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  92. https://twitter.com/PinkHatRunner

    twitted

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  93. I want to try this- I have a similar love affair with my foam roller and would love to try something new!

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  94. Don't have a FR yet and would love to try this toy out on my calves.

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  95. My IT band is being a little b*tch and I need to get that thing back into line before it blows my running season again!

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  96. I have been having the hardest time with IT issues.
    This might help!!!

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  97. Would love to give it a try!

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  98. Sometimes I think I need more precise pressure than the foam roller provides - this looks like a combo of the Rumble Roller and the Stick. Might be just what I need!

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  99. I've struggled with my left IT band for 9 months and I will try anything that may make the pain go away. I need to win this :)

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  100. My husband travels alot and I am too embarrassed to read, Fifty Shades of Grey.
    Cheers,
    Shirley

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      http://runningclear.wordpress.com/

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  101. The mini one looks like it would be great on feet and then maybe I can stop having to exchange things with my husband for foot rubs.

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  102. I KNOW I need to get on the foam roll wagon -- my LBC (left butt cheek) always gets angry after a run anything longer than 8 miles but I've been too cheap to spend $30 bucks on a piece of foam -- silly I know. Don't think twice about spending $150 on sneakers but God forbid I spend good money on a piece of foam (even if will make my ass feel better).

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  103. tweet! https://twitter.com/ecsuperhero/status/318777298465726466

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  104. I FM every. single. night. I'd love to try something that would get those spots better!

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  105. I'd really like to win this prize pack :) I tweeted & FB'ed (@Kitkatnik and Katya Sarmiento) this post / giveaway.

    I'd like to win because I have many swollen lymph nodes that I'm dying to iron out with a massage. I used to go to acupuncture regularly but my insurance stopped covering it and I honestly don't make enough money to pay for a weekly massage / acupuncture. I'd also share it with my boyfriend who has scoliosis and often goes to yoga to loosen up his muscles. It sounds like this massager would really help us out :)

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  106. my legs cry for a massager that doesn't whine when I don't give it a happy ending....

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  107. I cannot enter since I am in Canada...but wow! Would love to try this! Mr Foamie and I have a torried affair going...i would deffo step on on him to try this accupressure looking device!!!

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  108. I'd love to try this since I've finally figured out these things are for injury prevention--using them is not an admission that any body part is actually damaged.

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  109. I want one just so I can say that I'm rubbing balls all over my body. TWSS!

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  110. Well, I have the stick, but don't have any balls. They just seem like they should go together, KWIM?

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  111. OMG I would love to have these!

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    1. I also posted on my Facebook page and on Twitter! #le_fizz and (FB) Sue Klein Streisguth.

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  112. I don't see myself taking a class for the moji like I did for the FR. And I do like it's portability. I hope I get one!

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  113. Someone just gave me one of these too and I haven't quite gotten swept up in it yet.

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  114. I've had recurrent groin injuries - this looks like it would do a great job breaking down some of the left over scar tissue!

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  115. My husband's bday is coming up and he would love this! A massage + this free device = perfect cheap birthday present from moi. :)

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  116. I am new to the foam roller and was wondering if you would share your moves with the foam roller. I am having IT band issues and am having difficulty properly rolling the area due to a life-long lack of coordination with my limbs:) Thanks.

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  117. I'd love to have this to work on my (eternally) tight calf muscles.

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  118. I HATE foam rolling but do it to prevent injuries. Mostly I roll around on the floor whimpering. I like that the Moji is portable and won't make me look like a moron when I use it.

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  120. Would love to try this. My FM seems to have a good effect, but not always specific enough. Thanks!

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  121. I've struggled with chronic IT band issues for 20 years. It's true, and way too pathetic to make up. I even gave up running for over five years, starting back up last year after my Dad died from chronic lymphocytic leukemia in order to run a 1/2 marathon and raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma society. But, of course, I had trouble actually training for the dang thing. I did manage to finish in just over 2 hours, kept running through the fall and then totally fell apart in November. Now I'm running a little, after working with a WONDERFUL PT, and taking up Pilates and yoga. I, too, have a deeply committed relationship with my foam roller, but I'd love to add more to my arsenal because sometimes I just can't-quite-get-there.

    Love your blog! (True, although flattery is always worth trying, right?)

    Ann

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  122. I want this erotic looking device because my Achilles is nagging me at the start of my first attempt at running 100 miles in a week. So plleeeaaassseeee???

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  123. I put a foam roller on my birthday list. It would be great to get ones of these free so I can get something else off my list :)

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  124. I am a runner and also a wildland firefighter (this will be my 26th fire season!) so I torture my body both for fun and for work! I love foam rollers and would like to try this other device, and show my other firefighter friends!

    http://accidental-firefly.blogspot.com/

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  125. I've never had any sort of roller and have been wanting to get one for over a year now! Would be nice to be able to try this one.

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  126. Yes, Yes Yes - I want to try the Moji....maybe it'll bring me good mojo for my next race...:)

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  127. When I am not pregnant, I am a runner. However, being pregnant I TOTALLY want this. Oh the sore muscles I have :) Also, my husband runs, so this would be great for both of us!!!

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  128. My sore calves and quads NEED this. I also love my FR, but this thing looks and sounds awesome!

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  129. I would love to try this on my PF- inflicted feet!

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  130. I would like to try this on my calves.. they get SO tight after speed work!

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  131. I FB posted a link to your blog exclaiming the virtues of your SUAR and the giveaway!
    Celia Marie Varga

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  132. I NEED this Moji - ASAP! 5 of my girlfriends and I are doing a 200 mile relay in less than two weeks! We are in desperate need of HELP! This would be an amazing addition to our van.... please.... help.......
    Desperate to survive the race.....

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  133. Love that first photo. You are HILARIOUS Beth!
    I would love the Moji - frankly, Foam Roller is leaving me cold.

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  134. I tweeted it - https://twitter.com/prairiemama/status/318805003773046784

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  135. I have a love/hate relationship with my foam roller, so I would love to try the Moji!

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  136. Pick me, pick me! I am notoriously bad about taking care of myself after a run, and it sounds like the Moji would help me out considerably.

    Love the pictures, by the way. =)

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  137. I'd like to try it because at 28 weeks pregnant anything that didn't use to hurt after a run now does :)

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  138. I have been battling IT band pain for more than six months now... Maybe this would help a little?

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  139. While I do love me some foam rolling, the Moji looks like it would travel well. It would be helpful to have when away from home, maybe I wouldn't get so tight if I brought a torture device with me.

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  140. I need something more portable than my roller, and this looks like the perfect evil contraption!

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  141. I tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/laurel_runs/status/318822776607735808

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  142. My hammies/glutes are a bit ragey, so this would be awesome~

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  143. https://twitter.com/fleuryous/status/318826801998733313 Tweeted about it too!

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  144. Would love to try something that is more portable and I could bring to work to sneak in some relief without causing too much attention!!!

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  145. Been meaning to try something other than a foam roller for a while! This, uh, device, looks like a good next step ...

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  146. Also posted on facebook and tweeted!

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  147. I've been suffering from shin splints and would love to try anything that might relieve the pain

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  148. Pick me! Pick me! I need to roll those balls on my butt! I've been sitting on a tennis ball and rolling around on the floor, which has not really done much to cure my deep buttock issues.

    I tumbled it here: http://amybethlikestorun.tumblr.com/

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  149. I LOVE torture...bring it on. No, but seriously, my calves need extra attention. This marathon training is really felt mostly in the calves and hammies. Poor things...

    I FB'd and twatted, too!

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  150. Because my thighs, butt, and calves don't get the foam rolling they deserve. These dogs are always barkin'!

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  151. I tried the Moji in store and LOVED it but couldn't afford it :o( The mini is awesome, too, and half the price! I would use that baby on my IT band...I'm always looking for new ways to get those muscles under control.

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  152. Would love to try this out on my calves - apparently tightness/knots there are the primary cause of my plantar fasciitis!

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  153. Wow this thing looks awesome! I want to try it! Currently training for my first marathon at the end of April (and hopefully qualifying for Boston!) and am using the foam roller like a mad-woman. My calves and It band need the most help. Thanks!

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  154. I'm training for an Ironman and need all the help I can get. Those balls sound handy!

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  155. My boyfriend has been slacking on the massages lately - this would help immensely!

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  156. Because the foam roller is seriously boring and doesn't seem to work as well as I would like. Plus I mean look how cool that bad boy looks. I'll be the most popular kid on the running trails.

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  157. I am currently using a tennis ball to massage my always sore neck/shoulder, so I would LOVE to try this!!

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  158. After just getting back to running after an injury, its like starting all over again including some sore spots. I have not tried a FR yet but I may..... I would love to try it.

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  159. Tired of having IT band issues as well as tendonitis in my knee!! Would love to try this out!!

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  160. Tired of having IT band issues as well as tendonitis in my knee!! Would love to try this out!!

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  161. I would like to try it because I do not think my foam roller is helping in the way i need....ie shin splints

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  162. Foam rolling changed my life/running (wait, same thing right?) I can only imagine what the Moji can do

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  163. I am constantly using the foam roller and tennis balls on my glutes - Maybe smaller balls would work even better :-/ ?

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  164. Tweeted about it as well - @mrednorb.

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  165. I'm running my first marathon this year (Chicago), so I think I should start foam rolling as I train for that.

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  166. Because I've used pretty much every device like this since I bought my first Stick/travel stick in 2003, and I'm always looking for new things to help this Masters runner's bod! (trigger point is my go-to, amazing results, their grid therapy foam roll 2nd place). I remember reading about these when they first came out - a must try! I think I'd use the mini on my glutes (and my shoulders), and the larger one definitely on my hamstrings and calves, both of which have been cranky lately. Started trigger point/grid foam rolling again, and getting ART massage, but can use all the help I can get!

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  167. And I tweeted abuot it for an extra entry!

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  168. My husband is in constant back and shoulder pain because of an old injury and he's twice my size so when I massage him, he feels tickled! I need a way to truly give him a massage :)

    I also tweeted!

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  169. My calves are super tight and this might be a good remedy for that!

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  170. I currently have a running injury and have recently started biking and feel sore from head to toe. This could be just the device I need to relieve my sore muscles.

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  171. I'd love to add that to my planter fasciitis arsenal.

    I also tweeted!

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  172. My calves get really tight, and I think the Moji would help alleviate the discomfort I feel in my legs. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  173. I have been trying to get over an IT band injury and my physical therapist (bless her heart) can only do so much.

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  174. i would love to see if this guy could get this horrible knot out of my bootie!

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  175. I love me some foam roller but this guy might hit those hard to reach glute spots a little better!!!

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  176. This would definitely help me recover after my long runs and tight IT band!

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  177. Because it would hurt so good...right where I need it most!!!

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  178. FB the give away too! Thx for the opportunity to win.

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  179. Looks really interesting! O_o eclairre(AT)ymail(DOT)com

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  180. I am training for my first Ironman and my body is so constantly sore, I am thinking of giving up sex (NOT!)

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  181. Any time I get my mileage up, my IT band and glutes start barking. A moji might actually get me to do some preventative maintenance so I can hopefully tolerate it better.

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  182. I would love to win this as a surprise for my husband. He has a very physical job and is always asking me for a massage... but my hands were just not meant to do that and I can't apply the pressure that he wants. (TWSS?) Anyway, I think he'd LOVE this!

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  183. I also twatted about the giveaway: https://twitter.com/MandaRuns131/status/319015070350864384

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  184. I have wanted to try a moji for a while now, both for me and hubby because we use on of those little plasric knobby things now and really need something else for after running and biking. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  185. Tweeted about the giveaway! https://twitter.com/midwesteRN4/status/319033458578038784

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