Hall of Fame Massage Tool by AcuForce
We received this product in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts contained within this post are ours but could vary from the thoughts of others. Always consult your doctor before making any personal medical decisions.
Imagine working a long day and being so stiff and sore that you could not absolutely fathom going to your massage therapist. That seems to be a normal occurrence around my house. My husband is a plumber and he often finds himself stretched into tight spots, squatting under a sink or lifting extremely heavy well pumps with little to no help (by that I mean me).
Recently we were given the opportunity to review the Hall of Fame massage tool by AcuForce and I have to say what a relief! I spend a good part of my day with our mini farm animals. We have about 40 chickens which means lots of 50 pound bags of feed. I will be honest my back gets a work out but so do my shoulders, legs, knees, ankles… well you get the point. I always feel bad being the wife that says “rub this for me” because I know as mentioned above I am sure my husband hurts just as bad if not worse than I do.
We have literally taken turns using this tool and love it. I like that the pressure can be controlled because I am the one controlling it and often find that some massage therapists are just a little too rough for me. I leave feeling almost sick to my stomach (I know that is not the case for everyone).
The price point for the Hall of Fame massage tool is perfect as well at just under $40. It is made from stainless steel so I know it will last a very long time and is durable and small enough that I can even toss it in the vehicle and take it where ever I need to go.
I am excited that we were chosen to review this product and overall it gets a 5 out of 5 from us here at Product Review Cafe.
Acuforce International was founded by John G. Louis, CMT in 1999. John is a certified massage therapist who began his career working with professional athletes in 1980. He traveled as the personal massage therapist and athletic trainer to Harlem Globetrotter Meadowlark Lemon. He spent 5 years as the massage therapist and assistant trainer for the Chicago Sting soccer team who he helped to win the 1984 Soccer Bowl Championship. He has also worked with the PGA Tour, Grand Prix Tennis and Men’s Professional Racquetball.