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        02-10-2013, 06:25 PM
    Originally Posted by Kayty    
    I've heard very good things about the BOT products Anebel, do you notice that the sheet is helpful to Rowan?
    I was skeptical, and Rowan is quite stoic, but I picked one up on sale last year and the results are definitely noticeable in a huge way!
    He runs hot, so I can't use it much above freezing, and on those days I just use it for a quarter sheet.

    I need to order the TMJ halter/bridle attachment from Europe. We don't get them here :(
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        02-10-2013, 07:36 PM
    So I read this, got curious and went over to the BOT site to see what it's all about. I just ordered DH some long johns. He's training for his first Iron Man and is suffering from tight muscles in his legs and some knee joint issues. He does yoga every day in addition to his training plus the occasional acupuncture which are helping but I'm hoping these long johns can help him. He's so excited! LOL

    Sorry to derail the thread but I got a kick out of finding something on here that might help him.
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        02-10-2013, 07:39 PM
    ^^^ lol. When I first got my hock wraps, I put one around my mothers injured knee to get some feedback since Rumor can't talk to me in a way I truly understand. She was quite impressed that her knee did feel better after about 45 minutes.
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