Review: Moji 360 Massager

19 Jun 13
Review: Moji 360 Massager
Moji 360 Massager

I feel like I can safely say that most everyone who reads Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine probably has a few aches and pains. We spend quite a few days on the trail, riding our bikes, running, and more, so our muscles really take a beating. This is why I was pretty excited to have the new Moji 360 Massager arrive on my doorstep.

Moji specializes in keeping people active and pain free. They offer a variety of products all aimed at muscle recovery such as massagers, heat packs, and ice packs. The 360 Massager is their take on a do it all type of massager that can be used on legs, neck, back, and more. As you can see in the video the massager is a good size and with the multiple steel ball sizes you can really work the kinks out.

I have been using this before and after rides pretty religiously. You can really go to town without a fear of the Moji breaking or failing. I feel more comfortable on my bike than before using the Moji, and it really helps me loosen up after long rides. I haven’t just been using the Moji after workouts though. I have started working the Moji into my everyday lifestyle. So much so that it sits under my coffee table within easy reach. Much of my time is spent at a desk so after a long day in the office it really helps with my lower back pain. I also find the smaller balls work great for neck pain as well!

If you’re looking for an affordable solution to those aches and pains I would start with the Moji. At $50 it’s fairly priced and the construction is really high quality. A lot of my cycling friends have used it and I haven’t heard a complaint yet. If you want a better idea of the 360 be sure to watch the video below!

$49.95; gomoji.com

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