FasciaBlasting Zones – where to use the FasciaBlaster®:

FasciaBlasting Zones – where to use the FasciaBlaster®:

Fascia is found all throughout your body and runs in interconnected lines that envelop, penetrate, and support each muscle, structure, joint, and system of your body. Tight fascia in one area may cause pain or tightness in another, and that’s why it’s so important to FasciaBlast your whole body!


While you may not be able to do a full body session every day, you can alternate areas to ensure you’re targeting your whole body. If you want to focus on your trouble areas where you have the most dimples or adhered fascia, you can work on them more often (providing the area is not sore or bruised!).  

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To make sure you’re targeting every area for full-body FasciaBlaster® treatments, make sure to incorporate these zones into your regimen:

FAQS: 

How long will it take me to see results?

The short answer is, it’s different for everyone and can depend on your starting point, your goals, and your lifestyle. Fascia can be become unhealthy due to overuse, injuries, imbalances, and poor lifestyle choices, so everyone’s journey to fascial restoration may vary. Read this blog to understand the 4 types of cellulite so you can identify what type of fascial distortions you have and what to expect during the restorative process.

If your daily habits, activities, or posture are causing repeated fascial distress, you could be creating more tension and restriction, and it may take longer to smooth out each layer of adhered fascia. Someone who has proper body mechanics and posture, is sufficiently active, and supplies their body with the right nutrients and hydration may have healthier fascia than someone who leads a sedentary, unhealthy lifestyle.

Always listen to your body and take the time to create the fascia restoration plan that works best for you.

 

What tool should I start with?

Each of the FasciaBlaster® products are versatile and every user has their own preferences and favorite uses. Here’s a quick run down to help you decide which tools are best for you:

The FasciaBlaster®
✓ A great tool for beginners and experienced Blasters
✓ Its size allows for more range of motion and makes it easy to access every zone
✓ The 4 larger claws allow you to address both surface and deeper adhesions
✓ A user favorite for larger areas such as the back, thighs, and abs 

 

 

The MasterBlaster™
✓ Great for both newbies and experienced Blasters
✓ Allows you to prep the tissue with light, brisk motions
✓ Provides a 2-in-1 experience with the length and reach of the original FasciaBlaster® combined with the smaller, dainty claws of the FaceBlaster™
✓ The 9 tiny claws give you a more targeted approach for surface adhesions
✓ A user favorite for areas such as the thighs, back, abs, and arms

 

 

The Mini2™
✓  Convenient travel size tool
✓ Two claws and two Nugget tips allow for easy transition between FasciaBlasting and Nuggetting
✓ The Nugget tips allow for trigger point therapy on larger, chunky areas
✓ A user favorite for areas such as the arms, neck, chest, abs, thighs, lower legs, and low back

 

 

The Mini1™
✓  Convenient travel size tool
✓ This lightweight tool with 1 claw and an extended handle gives you an extended reach with more mobility
✓ The Nugget tip allows for simple and easy trigger point therapy on larger, chunky areas
✓ A user favorite for smaller areas such as the calves, traps, head, shoulders, upper back, and inner thighs

 

FaceBlaster™
✓  Convenient travel size tool
✓ The tiny claws are amazing on any area of the body, but it’s especially recommended for smaller, boney areas
✓ A user favorite for smaller or delicate areas such as the calves, traps, head, shoulders, upper back, and inner thighs

 

 

 

The Nugget
✓  Convenient pocket size tool
✓  The Nugget tips allow for easy trigger point therapy on larger, chunky areas

 

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