The Ready State Virtual Mobility Coach is like having a virtual Kelly Starrett in your pocket.
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08/11/2014 at 2:54 pm #71067Lauren HyserParticipant
Hi – wondering if someone can please help.I see Kelly uses a battlestar in a number of his videos, but I wondered if anywhere there was a guide on to use it, to get the most out of it? Assume there are better ways to use it depending on what body part you are going after. Would be really useful to have some sort of guide? I know there is the video hosted on the Rogue website, but is there anything else?Thank you
08/16/2014 at 7:35 am #75099Lauren HyserParticipant
Can anyone help at all with this?Thankyou
08/16/2014 at 8:43 am #75100Anonymous
The best way to figure things out is informed freestyling.
Spend some time tinkering around with it.
This episode isn’t about the battlestar, but the concept is the same.
Episode 334: Informed Freestyling Always
It’s not so much about memorizing techniques, but understanding the concepts and applying them.
The small battlestar is good on:
- Heel cord, Soleus ,Upper Gastroc
- Wrist and forearm meatiness
- Lat and Tricep, Teres major (armpit area.)
- Upper Neck extensors
- Suprapatellar Pouch
The big battlestar is good for:
- Spinal Erectors
- Front Delt area
- Mid and Lower Trap
08/21/2014 at 2:03 pm #75138George McLaney
Kaitlin, could you explain how to use the Big Battlestar on the front delts (ALWAYS struggle with this area) and QL and how to use the Little Battlestar on the biceps (another area that’s hard to hit).Thanks.
09/18/2014 at 7:46 am #75262Eric KirsteinParticipant
I’m curious about how to use it with the front delts, QL and biceps as well.
09/20/2014 at 7:49 pm #75267Anonymous
Have a super friend use the x wing handles on the small battle star while you lay on your side or your back.
For the QL have a super friend use the x wing handles on the small battlestar.
10/04/2014 at 2:58 pm #75341Aidan WrightParticipant
Hi,Just a quick question ? How should i clean this tool in order to maximize its lifespan and at the same time keep it clean ?Best regards, André CraveiroP.S I am loving the tool by the way XD
10/06/2014 at 11:28 am #75350George McLaney
Hi Andre. You can just wipe it down with a damp cloth as needed if it gets sweaty and gross. It should be bomb proof due to the design so not much maintenance needed.Phil
12/29/2014 at 11:52 am #75573Natalie BatesParticipant
anybody use the battle saw yet?? Benefits or just more sheer and dependant on the individuals goals?
12/29/2014 at 2:53 pm #75575Anonymous
The Battle saw is great.
Can hit some fine tuning aspects in the ankle, heel cord, posterior chain that weren’t hit using other tools.
I’ve been told by people that have used mine that experiencing it makes all the difference.
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