Back on Track Is Where It’s At – For Proven Therapeutic Pain Relief Products
I was at a dressage show one day this summer and saw an owner with her horse’s leg boots wrapped around her legs while watching her horse and rider do their test. “I do this each time I take the boots off my horse,” she told me. “My legs feel so much better, so I can imagine how it helps my horse!” BackOnTrackProducts.com has a full line of human products as well, and I am a great believer. The textile used in all Back On Track products is made up of fibers of polyester and polypropylene (some of the products are mixed with cotton fibers) with a ceramic powder fused into the fibers. The ceramic gives the fabric its unique property, which reflects body heat in the form of infrared heat radiation. It is clinically proven with studies and results posted on their website. I love their Therapeutic Mini Blankets, which have multiple uses; when I drive, fly and to sleep on when I stay in hotels. I use it for the dog bed, a saddle pad, roll it up for a neck pillow, and give it as gifts and awards to friends and competitors. So I am going to have a little contest: tell me about your Back On Track Product, how it works for you and/or your horse, and I’ll toss the responses in a bowl and pick a winner for a free mini blanket for your effort. Here’s how
E-mail me at email@example.com, and send some photos if you have them. We reserve the right to post any responses on our website in a follow up article.
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Below is a Testimonal from Kelsey Young
"I recently discovered Back On Track and decided that with all the great reviews surrounding their products, I couldn't afford to not try them out on my mare. My mare survived a barn fire in early 2011. She came out of that event frazzled, jittery, and on edge. Despite numerous treatments for ulcers, heavy metals in her system, and breathing treatments, nothing seemed to help take out that extra tension that lingered. Chiropractic work never seemed to get the kinks out quite as much after. I think my mare was holding onto the trauma in her muscles and was just too wound up and tense almost a year after to really let it go. I bought the Back On Track mesh sheet and dressage saddle pad. My rather hot and argumentative mare that could take upwards of 15 minutes of walk work to warm up felt loose and swinging right when I got on! She is an older gal and while I've never felt her come out stiff, these products just make her feel so much more free and swinging. I've found she is a lot less argumentative, too. She recently had a chiropractic appointment and for the first time since the fire it seemed like she really let go of the tension in her muscles. She even let out a few huge sighs, while in previous appointments she seemed to almost hold herself ramrod straight. She had been worked in her Back On Track saddle pad about 25 minutes before, and was wearing her Back On Track sheet up until the chiropractor saw her. I feel that both products really aided in her ability to loosen up and allow the chiropractor to have a positive effect. I'm trying to save up for a set of the Back On Track no-bows and a pair of the hock wraps. As a college student it can be tough to supply my mare with all the support she has needed since the fire, but I feel it is the least I can do for the mare that has carried me to so much success upon her back."