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Strig Inc. is Launching a Kickstarter Campaign for Its Blade-Action IASTM Massage Device on April 22, 2019
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., April 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- After years of research and development, Strig Inc., which was founded by a team of physical therapists, has created Strig, the optimal self-care massage device for muscle treatment, and will be launching their new product on April 22, 2019 through Kickstarter.
Strig was designed to mimic the motion of professional-grade hand massage techniques. Crude vibrations and ball-and-hammer designs rarely provide effective long-term care. However, Strig's five-point blade design, each meant for a specific area of the entire body, allows its users to receive proper treatment for muscle strains. Some examples of areas that can be treated include: neck, shoulder, back, thigh, fingers and more.
The device also includes a small, yet powerful, micro-vibration motor that works at the most optimal rpm to accelerate muscle recovery and prevent muscle injury. Microcurrents work in tandem with the micro-vibrations to permeate through the upper layer of the skin and fat tissues to reach the deepest regions of the muscles. This allows for a more efficient and holistic treatment.
Strig is easy to use. Press the power button to turn on, apply the Strig hypoallergenic cream onto the skin, begin massaging using a glide-action motion for 150 seconds, then press and hold the power button to turn it off.
Strig will be available on Kickstarter starting April 22, 2019. To receive a special early bird discount for its Kickstarter campaign, visit Strig's website and sign up with an email address. Any influencers or journalists interested in receiving a sample and reviewing Strig are encouraged to submit an inquiry through Strig's website or social media pages.
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