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MobilityWOD Gemini

MobilityWOD Gemini

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$34.95

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Brand MobilityWOD
Color Blue
Product Weight 0.5 lbs
Length 6.5"
Width 2.42"
Made In USA No
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MobilityWOD Gemini

Imagine the greatest single tool in the world that you can think of to address your crazy stiff T-spine, perform fine detailed trigger point work, and crazy smash your matted down, warrior princess—beef jerkified self. Got that? Now imagine it as a little more awesome. Meet the Gemini.

We agree that two lax balls taped together gets you into the party. But once you are in the door you need to go ask that crazy hot girl or guy to dance AND you need access to the VIP lounge. The problem with the lacrosse ball is that it was invented for lacrosse, not for your body.

The Gemini was born out of the need for better tools. We spent nearly a year getting the Gemini right for the human spine (we won’t bore you with the technical anatomy). We looked at the best tools in the world, integrated them and made them more effective and more safe. We looked around and no one had yet created what we needed. It’s a game changer.

For external mobilization use only.  Latex Free.

MobilityWOD Gemini is rated 4.8462 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tool, sometimes mistaken for a dog toy I bought this after experiencing a serious injury after a heavy combination of cleans and overhead squats. I was unable to move my neck for several days and held my head crooked. After using a lacrosse ball, the supernova, and finally using a peanut- I realized that thoracic spine mobility was something I had never done and was a large part of why I became injured. After using the peanut with a 45 lb plate, I was hooked on moving to the next level. Being a fan of K-Star products, this naturally appealed to me. It is definitely better than a peanut. It still catches on my shirt, but I am learning how to use it better. With a plate or without, the ridges work out my t spine and I have been getting compliments on my mobility ever since I started using it. It is definitely a DIFFERENT tool than the supernova, etc. It is not a "just get ONE" thing because they all do different things. The supernova cannot hit your t spine like this can, and this can't hit those big muscle groups like a supernova can.
Date published: 2014-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Totally worth it, happy I finally purchased. Let me first say that this thing is so great, I actually decided to sit down and write a review for it. I was on the fence for months, wondering if it was worth the $30 if two lacrosse balls could do the same thing. After reading the reviews here I decided to just go for it, the lacrosse balls just weren't working. Within 5 minutes of using this thing I was sold. The lacrosse balls won't even come close to this thing. The fact that it's bigger and has a better shape makes it so much easier to hit certain areas that are tough with the ball. It only rolls in one plane as well, so you can get through a specific part of your thoracic spine easily without losing it. I'm a trainer at a gym in NYC and at first my coworkers scoffed at it. Now? Everyone is constantly rolling on this thing. You can even use one side for your traps and place it vertically (the other half hanging out) and just roll through that. If you've been on the fence for a while, let me vouch for it. It's totally worth the money, and combined with the Supernova you've got everything covered.
Date published: 2014-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just Buy One. The Gemini completes my full compliment of Mobility WOD tools. I am no Mobility WOD fanboy or anything and frankly I scoffed at mobility for a long time because I did fine at CF without working on it. It wasn't until I shifted my training focus, I realized I was lacking in several areas. Big time. If I could only pick one between the Battlestar, Supernova and Gemini, it would be the Supernova. Having said that, the Gemini is pretty dang sweet. It takes care of stuff the other tools don't quite get. I bought the thing to target my T Spine and boy does it. the possibilities with this thing are vast. After five minutes out of the box, I knew it was a winner. Lax balls do fine but the Gemini is light years better. The only problem with all of it is there aren't enough hours in the day since I could spend hours just using the Mobility WOD tools. The stuff ain't cheap but it is money well spent in the long run.
Date published: 2014-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good The Gemini is a pretty good piece of mobility equipment. I had previously used two lacrosse balls taped together to provide the same effect. This really hits the thoracic and lumbar area of the back. I've used it a bit with my shoulders and legs. The price tag is a bit much but it is still a quality piece of equipment. It provides excellent myofascial release and will hold up to the test of time. Do you need this if you're already using 2 lacrosse balls taped together? Probably not, but the added versatility might make it worthwhile.
Date published: 2014-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So good you won't believe it!!! Just got my Gemini today and even though I had a bit of a cold the second I saw it up close and felt how sturdy it was I knew I had to try it out. First few minutes were strange cause it really covers much more fascia and give you are very full feeling through your spine, especially around the CT Junction. As I adapted to the Gemini the first sounds and feelings of stiffness "breaking" up were both felt and heard. 10 minutes later I got up. The result??? Thoracic extension was inevitable, I spent the first 5 minutes trying to make sure what I was feeling was true. Try it, easy in the beginning, and you won't regret a single dollar.
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Noticeably better for me than double lacrosse I have to put a 45# plate on my chest when I'm using this on my back ribs/spine every time I get a few cracks especially when I hug and doing the steering wheel. The double lacrosse ball gave too much for me and I end up getting it caught in my shirt a bit more than with these as well as the lacrosse balls would not quite dig in like these do. This is also great for scapular release turned up/down with the body. This works well for hamstrings/glutes as well.
Date published: 2013-12-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good - but is it substantially better than LAX balls? I have a lot of T-spine, C-spine and C-T junction issues. I've been seeing a chiropractor for the past 2 years and a PT for the past 3 months (currently no chiro). Besides a heavy lifting regime, I sit at a desk writing code / doing math all day. Comparison to LAX balls: - Noticeably harder: LAX balls have very little give, but if I jam a finger into them, they give about 1/2 mm. This has no give-- which is a plus. - Measuring between the ridges, the LAX balls have a gap between contact points of approximately 70 mm. This has a gap of 40 mm. Also the contact is flat instead of rounded. So you get consistent contact from 40 mm to ~ 85 mm. (+) One thing I REALLY like is to use the ends of this thing to work into trigger points, such as my pec-minors, etc. Much better here than a single LAX ball. (+) The hardness difference makes a difference (+) more versatile (as above) with a lot of things including on quads / IT bands. (-) price-wise, it's substantially more than a pair of LAX balls. Overall, I think it's an improvement over LAX balls; but, probably not something that most people need to spend the extra money for. If you're like me, and have high need, a high pain threshold for really digging into your fascia, and are looking to take your LAX balls to the next level--it's likely worth it. If you don't use your LAX balls consistently or need to, then don't spend $40 when LAX balls are almost as good for $15
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from League of Its Own This tool is incredible. I had some doubts because a regular peanut never worked that well for me. This made a noticeable difference on my first use. After a while I thought I had plateaued with it, but I can back later (about 2 months) with a more sophisticated approach and am able to keep getting really high quality work done. Don't be afraid to load some serious weight on the high T spine (especially t1/t2, which so many of us just cant get to with all the other stuff) Thank you Kelly.
Date published: 2013-12-01
MobilityWOD Gemini is rated 4.8462 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! I train in the a.m. before work and sit in a cubicle all day. Not only does it work well in regular use, but the Gemini functions great at my desk when I lean my back against my chair.
Date published: 2013-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gotta have it! For all who use and abuse the upper torso, turkey neck geeks and other upper body flexion dom slaves the Gemini is a must to over come years of folding over. I use it often and tell others to bite the bullet and buy one.
Date published: 2013-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from better than lax ball I know people were making fun of this on the rogue fb page but I bought it anyway and it's worth every penny. Works far better than two lax balls taped together and the shape really allows you to get more shoulder work in. Works pretty well for hip flexors too.
Date published: 2013-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm Happy I waited a few days for others to review this before purchasing, but finally decided to pull the trigger. It's well made and the shape seems to help keep it perpendicular to my spine as compared to my 2 lax balls taped together. Also, the shape seems to put more of the gemini in touch with my t-spine than the 2 lax balls. So, I plan to take it to the beach for a week of drinking and mobilizing and hope to improve my overhead squat when I return to the gym.
Date published: 2013-05-17