USING YOUR MORPH
1) TO ROLL: Pull both strings. Check to ensure end disks are fully open & against the u-shaped stoppers at both ends of the foam roller
2) TO COLLAPSE: Locate the "PUSH" stickers on both end disks and push in firmly on both "BRAZYN" disks until The Morph is fully collapsed. Be careful not to squeeze the outside of the roller when collapsing.
VIDEO: Tips and Tricks for Opening and Closing Your Morph
HOW TO FOAM ROLL
FOAM ROLLING 101
Foam rolling has been scientifically proven to aid recovery, increase mobility, improve fitness gains, and lead to better overall health.
Everyone can benefit from a regular foam rolling practice, whether you're an elite athlete or someone who is simply looking to feel better. With The Morph, you can conveniently add recovery and mobility training to your daily routine. It's meticulously crafted design will allow you to foam roll more consistently and with greater results.
VIDEO: 5 MOVES ANYONE CAN DO TO FEEL BETTER
Foam Rolling Exercises
Back Adjustment / Release: 1 minute
A) Round back to isolate vertebrae: Roll Entire Spine
B) Find knots and use short rolling cycle to release
Hamstring Roll: 30 sec. each side
Cross Legs to Isolate Single Hamstring. Roll From
Glute to Back of Knee, The Morph Rolls Hamstring
Calf Roll: 30 sec. each side
Cross legs to isolate single calf. Roll entire length of the calf. Change foot angle to massage full lower leg. The Morph rolls along calf muscle.
Chest Opener: 1 minute
Hands behind the head. Relax upper body and allow chest to open. The Morph is positioned below mid-back
Figure 4 Stretch: 30 sec. each side
Cross leg and grab up knee. The Morph below tailbone
Quad Roll: 30 sec. each side
Cross leg to isolate single quad. Roll from knee to hip flexor. The Morph rolls along quad.
Quad Stretch: 30 sec. - 1 minute each side
Place Morph below one knee, grab foot with one or both hands. Allow muscle to loosen and stretch
Gluteus Release: 30 sec. each side
Cross leg and roll deeply into that Glute. The Morph rolls into Glute muscle.
Side Opener Stretch: 30 sec. each side
Lay over The Morph with shoulders perpendicular to the ground. Keep the Morph below hip bone.
Hip Flexor Stretch: 30 sec. each side
Place The Morph below tailbone. Relax down leg.
Pectoral Release: 30 sec. - 1 minute each side
Roll across Pec muscles with a short back and forth motion. Pause in the tight areas. The Morph rolls from front of the shoulder to mid-chest area.
Lat Release: 1 minute each side
Roll into Lat muscle with a short back and forth motion. Pause in tight areas with The Morph below the lat morph.
Neck Roll: 1 minute
Place The Morph below neck. Nod side to side, find knots and pause to release.
Adductor Roll: 1 minute each side
Leg out to side, roll The Morph along inside of leg. The Morph rolls along groin.
Lazy Log: 1 minute each side
Support head with a pillow or other padding. Relax for desired period with The Morph running length of spine