Foam roller 30cm

$39.00

This Foam Roller comes with a free A4 double sided user guide poster which has different stretching and massaging exercises demonstrated.

30cm x 15cm Foam Roller

•Made from a medium density open cell PE foam that is firm but not as firm as EVA foam.

•Size 30cm x 15cm

•Colour Blue and yellow

•Very light in weight

As you age, you lose elasticity in your joints and connective tissue—and suddenly, you can end up feel pain in the simplest of tasks, like walking up the stairs. Research shows that a massage can reduce stiffness and soreness by more than 40%. But we found an even better (and cheaper!) way to banish aches: a foam roller.Many trainers and physical therapists call this inexpensive, long tube their secret weapon against pain. Similar to an old-fashioned rubdown, using a roller breaks up fibrous tissue and boosts circulation so you’re less sore. The following routine, designed by Michelle F. Schwahn, a physical therapist and personal trainer based in Minnesota, relieves muscle tension and pain in just 10 minutes. Tack it on to the end of any workout and you’ll start to feel looser right away.

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This Premium Foam Roller come with a free A4 double sided user guide poster which has different stretching and massaging exercises demonstrated.

30cm x 15cm Foam Roller

•Made from a medium density open cell PE foam that is firm but not as firm as EVA foam.

•Size 30cm x 15cm

•Colour Blue and yellow

•Very light in weight

Click here to see more information about how to use a foam roller 

As you age, you lose elasticity in your joints and connective tissue—and suddenly, you can end up feel pain in the simplest of tasks, like walking up the stairs. Research shows that a massage can reduce stiffness and soreness by more than 40%. But we found an even better (and cheaper!) way to banish aches: a foam roller.Many trainers and physical therapists call this inexpensive, long tube their secret weapon against pain. Similar to an old-fashioned rubdown, using a roller breaks up fibrous tissue and boosts circulation so you’re less sore. The following routine, designed by Michelle F. Schwahn, a physical therapist and personal trainer based in Minnesota, relieves muscle tension and pain in just 10 minutes. Tack it on to the end of any workout and you’ll start to feel looser right away.