Are you confused by all the Fascia Blaster tools available? Don’t worry – today I’m going to show you how I use all of them in an effort to help you make the best decision before you purchase.
Fascia Blaster Basics
Well, the best way to make a decision is to understand the basics to fascia blasting and know how each tool is used. In fact, to experience the full fascia blasting benefits you need three tools; a prep tool, a massage tool and a refining tool.
Prep Tools are smaller claw tools such as; the FaceBlaster, Master Blaster, PaddleBlaster or the Mini PaddleBlaster Flusher.
Massage Tools are larger claw tools such as the Fascia Blaster, Big Daddy, Party Blaster, Mini 1 or Mini 2.
Refining Tools are nuggets that are available in a single nugget or on the ends of of the Mini1 or Mini2.
How I Use Each Fascia Blaster Tool
To help you determine which tool is right for you, I thought it would be better to show you how I use them to help you decide.
Please note, this video will explain how I use each tool. If you’re looking for the blog post that explains what Fascia Blasting is and why fascia health is important, read this post.
To watch the video click on the you tube video below.
In The End
You really can’t go wrong with any of the tools, as it really comes down to personal preference. The important thing to remember is to have a prep tool, a massage tool and a refiner tool.
If you can only start with one, I would recommend the FaceBlaster. The FaceBlaster is the only blaster approved for the face, however the FaceBlaster can be used everywhere.
When I first started blasting, I had one tool, and grew my collection over time. So give yourself grace to learn and expand your collection.
If you have any more questions about the fascia blasting tools let me know in the comments.
Andre and Timberley Gray (Living Our Priorities.com) are NOT qualified to diagnosis, treat or give medical advice on this website. Our intention is to share our personal health journey with chronic illness. Therefore, it should not be considered as medical advice. Always consult with YOUR DOCTOR for medical care!
~ Timberley Gray