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MobilityWOD Gemini

MobilityWOD Gemini
MobilityWOD Gemini Cradle
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Gear Specs

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

MobilityWOD Gemini

The MobilityWOD Gemini is one of the first scientifically engineered, naturally contoured mobility tools made specifically for targeting the T-spine and other difficult trigger points. While many traditional foam rollers and massage tools are severely limited in these areas, the Gemini's design is the product of more than a year of research, testing, and refinement, creating an entirely new type of precision roller. It’s another key member of MobilityWod’s growing family of elite massaging products, and it's now available to order with its own stabilizing cradle, as well.

Additional Specifications:

  • Length: 6.5”
  • Width: 2.42”
  • Weight: 0.5 LBS
  • Construction: ABS and TPE with steel screws
  • Color: Blue
  • For external mobilization use only. Latex Free.

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Gear Specs

Brand MobilityWOD
Color Blue
Product Weight 0.5 lbs
Length 6.5"
Width 2.42"
Made In USA No
  • 1Works Where Standard Rollers Can’t

    Unlike a standard cylindrical roller, where pressure is essentially evenly distributed and the contours of the back are hard to target with precision, the curved shape and divided design of the Gemini allow the user to get more leverage and a better deep tissue massage. Particularly optimized for lumbar and thoracic spine mobility, the Gemini can be used on the floor, against the back of a chair during your work day, or as a precision, hand-held roller. The effect not only loosens tight muscles, but can also help with rehab work and reduce the risk of more serious injury over time.

  • 2Developed with Dr. Kelly Starrett

    The Gemini was co-designed by MobilityWOD founder and accomplished trainer and physiotherapist Kelly Starrett. Author of the New York Times bestselling book Becoming a Supple Leopard, Starrett has long been at the forefront of new innovations in mobility and recovery tools. "We spent nearly a year getting the Gemini right for the human spine," Starrett says. "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."

  • 3Durable Construction

    The Gemini is constructed from a thermoplastic elastomer and ABS thermoplastic resin, creating an extremely tough, impact-resistant material that still has the necessary level of give. MobilityWOD’s deep groove pattern isn’t random, but carefully designed to create a consistent “grip” for a more optimized, controllable form of myofascial release.

  • 4Part of the MobilityWOD Series

    Kelly Starrett’s MobilityWOD brand is synonymous with the new era of specialized mobility tools, and his products are used every day in high school, college, and pro training rooms, as well as the highest levels of competition in CrossFit, weightlifting, Strongman, and more. The Gemini works best as a complementary piece to other M-WOD products like the Supernova, Battlestar, and MobilityWOD Stick.

  • 5Optional Cradle Now Available

    Adding the official Gemini Cradle to your order can bring a whole new dynamic to your mobility regimen. This simple docking station, made from durable SBR rubber, features a rounded base that allows the Gemini to rock back and forth without sliding out from under the targeted area (a common problem with taped LAX balls). This gives the user better leverage for working difficult areas like the T-spine. The cradle also serves as a nice storage holder for your Gemini when not in use.

  • 6Reliable Rogue Shipping

    The Rogue Shipping System allows you to track your order from the time you place it to the time it hits your door. Order today, track today.

MobilityWOD Gemini is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great and hard Great and dense... small enough to be portable but big results. Better than a lacrosse ball.
Date published: 2017-12-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Is pretty decent. I bought this mainly for rolling my Spinal Erector muscles. I've been using various peanuts and other roll devices for 6 years, some homemade. I don't feel this is a step-up at all. The edges are a bit to dull for any real myofacial release in my experience. Also the rubber is to grippy, it can tear are your skin which isn't neccasary if designed with different material. I don't think it was worth the $$$ at all. I still use my 2 softballs taped together and MA Roller as my go to.
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! I’ve been working on mobility & the Gemini has really helped me out.
Date published: 2017-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only one If I was only able to buy one mobility tool this would be it, it is fantastic! A must have for those with tight muscles around the spine, from top to bottom, it’ll help ya out!
Date published: 2017-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Niche Product Love the Gemini. The design is brilliant for targeting the spine but also provides a dense and hard resistance for super tight muscles.
Date published: 2017-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing!!! Works incredibly on T-spine as recommended, but this device is a stealth ninja warrior for digging into your feet! Love standing at standup desk and rolling out feet with the Gemini! Great buy!
Date published: 2017-10-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what I was expecting Based on the detail information Mobility WOD (Kelly), provides, I was expecting a product that was superior to lacrosse balls. After a long day of moving rock, well, I was disappointed. The shape was less affective then lacrosse balls for release at the base of the skull, and less affective on shoulders/ scapula area. I found shape was better for spanning spinal column, but, not a good value in my opinion.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So so Really not that different then 2 lacrosse balls taped together. Rolls against the paraspinals and calves/achilles, the shape of it does not make it too useful in other areas compared to using other tools
Date published: 2017-03-23
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