Blue Marble Long Foam Exercise Roller
Have you been sidelined by a nagging muscle strain? EVA foam rollers are commonly used by physical therapists as an effective self-myofascial (self-massage) technique to cull muscle stiffness. Self-myofascial release (SMR) has seen a surge in popularity because it effectively develops and improves range of motion without sacrificing muscle performance. This technique was reserved for professional athletes in the past, but now, a variety of health-conscious individuals can enjoy its benefits.
Our blue marble muscle roller is crafted from resilient, lightweight EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate) foam that is non-toxic and stress-crack resistant. Under a heavy burden, our foam roller keeps its soft cylindrical mold and evenly distributes pressure along its 90 cm frame. By asserting 30 – 60 seconds of intense pressure upon your ailing muscle groups, this firm foam exercise roller reduces tenderness by releasing swollen trigger points that stem from overuse.
Your foam roller routine doesn’t have to revolve around rehabilitation—this product doubles as a high density Pilates roller. Our foam rollers are the perfect companion for your beginner’s Pilates or yoga class—the extra surface area provides the stability necessary to keep you upright while still strengthening your core.
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Benefits of foam rollers
Users may experience the following benefits from using a foam roller:
Improved balance and flexibility
Improved strength and coordination
Release muscle tension: foam rollers may be recommended to relieve fascia tension in the ITB (iIiotibial band)
How to use
1. Lie, sit, kneel or stand on the roller to release tightness in muscles.
We recommend consulting a health or fitness professional for advice on how to use the foam roller correctly for specific ailments
May be suitable for:
Iliotibial Band (IT Band) injuries
Muscle tightness and stiffness
Exercise recovery and cool down stretches
Yoga, pilates, massage therapy