There’s a new wrinkle to the muscle roller craze, as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted the world’s first official license to a company called Muscle Roller Sports.
That’s right, the company will sell the technology to other businesses and individuals who want to use the same type of equipment to roll muscle.
The patent, filed this week, describes how the device could help users roll up to 15,000 pounds, which is a lot of rolling power.
The device uses a ball of foam that’s rolled up to 30 times in the center of the body.
The foam rolls up around the body in a rolling motion that’s controlled by the device’s sensor.
This motion is so good, in fact, that people with neuromuscular diseases, like Parkinson’s disease, can’t roll up their arms and legs.
In terms of practical use, the patent says the device can be used to roll up muscle groups, as well as other areas like the upper and lower arms.
The idea behind the patent is that people who are in pain, like people with chronic pain or arthritis, could benefit from having the ability to roll down on the muscle groups that cause them pain.
The muscle roller would then help alleviate the pain.
There are currently two types of muscle roller available.
The first is called a “sport roller,” which is similar to the old roller skaters, but with a ball on the side of the handle and no handle.
It’s made from a plastic that has been coated with a glue.
This is essentially a cheap, disposable version of the real thing.
The second is called “power roller,” and it uses a motorized ball that rolls up into a giant ball that’s about two feet in diameter.
The Power Roller Sports patent application says that the technology could be used for a variety of applications, including weight training, bodyweight training, and athletic training.
It would also help reduce injuries and chronic pain.
“The patented technology could provide a more efficient and safe alternative to current roller derby equipment that has failed to provide a viable alternative for those in pain,” the patent reads.
“It is anticipated that the patented technology would be incorporated into equipment for sports and leisure activities, as opposed to the current roller roller derby roller derby, for which it is primarily intended to be used in training for competitive performance.”
The patent application is still under review, but the patent description suggests that the product could be on the market within five years.