Incline Fit High Density Extra Firm Foam Roller for Yoga/Pilates/Stretching/Deep Tissue Muscle Massage, Black
- Variety: our 18 inch foam rollers come in Black, black/blue, black/Red, and black/orange and our 36 inch foam roller Comes in Black
- Durable & keeps shape: extra firm high Density foam allows you to utilize our exercise roller daily without it losing its shape even with consistent Use
- Muscle relief: Use our body roller to apply low-intensity forces to your soft tissue, loosening tight muscles and helping you relieve any lingering soreness
- Multi-purpose: massage rollers help reduce tension and pain in muscles throughout your body while improving your posture, flexibility, and balance
- Injury prevention: perfect accessory for stretching before/after workout. Muscle roller allows for better blood flow through muscles to lower risk of injury during workout
The Incline Fit high density extra firm foam roller transforms stretching out tight tendons and sore muscles into an effortless activity. Our muscle rollers are easy to manipulate and properly place underneath your body, so you can target problem areas more efficiently. You can also incorporate our muscle roller into your exercise routine and improve your core stabilization, balance, and posture. Stretching before and/or after exercising is just as important as exercising. Stretching decreases the risk of injury during working out. The firm but pliable resistance of our roller Massager is suitable for young athletes and large adults alike. Its high density foam ensures that it won't lose its shape even after being used and abused for extended periods of time. Make sure to add the Incline Fit foam roller to your exercise equipment.
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I bought the 36" foam roller after reading this review that compared all the different types of foam rollers (from the rumble-roller, to the GRID, to even a PVC pipe:
The review stated that a PVC pipe was one of the best and cheapest options for foam-rolling out tense muscles, but I only JUST started out foam-rolling so I didn't want something that was so hard because I thought it would be quite painful.
-Foam rolling really helps to ease out your muscles and when you have this high-density roller, you can really FEEL it when you hit a tight spot
-This foam roller is cheap compared to other gimmicks like the GRID and rumble-roller (go see the review i linked above)
-Its super lightweight and durable. It feels like frozen, ultra-reinforced styrofoam - won't break/sag under your weight, but light as a feather.
-Large-size makes it easier to foam-roll big muscle groups such as your back/legs without rolling off
-Not very portable/storage friendly due to its huge size (I bought the 36" option).
-For people new to foam rolling, this might still be a little painful to foam-roll on, esp if you have tight muscles, because it is quite a hard surface, but start slowly and dont use your entire bodyweight.
-Foam-rolling is best for people who have average core strength / strong wrists and arms, because you have to support yourself while you are on the roller and adjust your bodyweight pressure accordingly.
-Get the smaller, 18" one if you want a portable foam roller that you can bring around with you.
-You can get both, one for massaging the smaller portions of your body (eg. inner thighs, shoulders) and another 36" for bigger muscle groups
-Search youtube for "REAL-TIME foam rolling exercises". These videos actually do the exercise together at your pace with you, and don't just show you moves for a couple of seconds and switch to the next. Choose the longest videos for the most wholesome foam-rolling massages.
-Your body is not tense ALL over, so dont feel like you need to massage everything (it will take ages). Different people use different muscle groups. Once you find your own tight spot, you should concentrate and massage ONLY that tense area for about 1-1.5 minutes. I did it for a spot on my calves and it felt SOOOO good.
Perfect for athletes, or anyone with tight muscles. Just be sure to ease into it.