Brazyn Life is a company started by former NFL tight end Nate Lawrie and his business partner Tom Hopkins. Their flagship product is the Morph Collapsable Foam Roller which is best described by its name, essentially a foam roller that collapses into a flat, transportable form. The Morph was validated by Brazyn Life’s successful Kickstarter campaign which yielded them over $65,000 last year.
Foam rollers have been around rehab facilities and locker rooms for some time now, but they can benefit just about anyone who wants to get the best out of their body. Whether you sit at a desk all day or hit the gym like a beast, the Morph is a recovery tool that helps your body feel and perform better.
Scientific Studies back the claim that foam rolling increases mobility, decreases soreness, and can even improve one’s vertical leap. Foam rolling stimulates pressure receptors underneath the skin activating the part of the parasympathetic nervous system that is responsible for reducing levels of stress hormones and increasing pain tolerance. Overall, foam rolling leads to better health and fitness.
When the Morph is ready to roll it checks in 5.5” in diameter and 14.5” in length. When collapsed, the height is 2.1” and the width is 6.25”. Its flat form is perfect for travel and conveniently fits in a backpack or suitcase. At 14.5” the Morph can press up against any muscle group in even the largest bodies, successfully supporting up to 350 pounds. However, f you’re not completely satisfied with the amount of contact you have the option of purchasing a second Morph and extension kit which will give you 30” of Morph.
The Morph is an eco-friendly product comprised of bamboo, recycled foam, and aluminum. It’s lightweight at 1.6lbs and the patent-pending foam “nubs” are designed knead the muscles and dig deeper than traditional foam rollers.The Morph retails for $68 which is less than the cost of a good massage.