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5.0 out of 5 stars Greatest. Buy. Ever., August 30, 2011
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This review is from: Trigger Point Performance The Grid Revolutionary Foam Roller (Sports)
Holy crap is this thing awesome. I've had foam rollers before, eventually they all wear out in the middle and are kind of useless. I bought this to alleviate that problem. For the price of two average rollers the same size, you get something that will outlast ten or more. This has harder foam with different textures, and is wrapped around a thick, hollow PVC pipe. Pure genius! The matrix zones are nice and all, but they won't noticeably change anything for you. The company will give your their spiel about massaging properties of different zones, but it's unnecessary. If you've used a roller, you know why you need it, but I guess they have to justify it to themselves. Honestly, I have no idea why they aren't all made this way. I've been using these rollers for over a decade, but never owned one til recently and didn't know how easily they wore out. This is the first of this style I've ever seen. It's great for relieving pain in your back, or rolling out sore muscles. You can use it for massage (roll til it quits hurting) or incorporate it into your workout. I've turned most of my friends and each of my brothers on to this thing. If you're even halfway considering another foam roller, stop, call yourself a name that let's you know how silly you are, and buy this immediately.
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Initial post: Mar 26, 2014 3:17:52 PM PDT
P. Doherty says:
Which size of the roller is appropriate for which body areas? For instance I have a thoracic (mid-back between shoulder blades) injury - is the 13" the right size to work the back, or is the smaller or larger ones better for that?
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