EPE Black High Density Foam Roller: 6"x36", Round, 1.9 lbs per cubic foot
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- Foam Roller
- Molded EPE foam roller has a 1.9 lbs. per cubic foot density, will not lose its shape after heavy to moderate use
- High density foam targets specific muscles for self-myofascial release to ease aching muscles while improving joint range of motion
- Multiple uses: great for sore muscles, balance, flexibility, physical therepy, yoga, and many differnt strength training exercises
- Available in three sizes to accommodate all of your foam rolling needs: 6"x12", 6"x18", and 6"x36"
- PERformance Roller is Made in the U.S.A.
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This PERformance Roller Expanded Polyethylene (EPE) foam roller is excellent for relieving aching muscles before, during, or after workouts. Use your own body weight to help increase blood flow and circulation to the soft tissues. Target multiple trigger points to perform self-myofascial release to improve springiness and range of motion, and shrink pain and soreness. EPE foam is a high quality material with 1.9lb per cubic foot density and made in the U.S.A. It will not breakdown or lose its shape after moderate to heavy use.
Top Customer Reviews
The pain is too excruciating to bear and I just can't use it at all because of this. I've read that foam rolling is SUPPOSED to hurt, but not unbearably so. If you're a rank beginner with foam rolling and most of all, if you're not too fit and your muscles aren't too toned or hard just yet, you'll do best to find a less dense roller (the white ones), but bear in mind these lose their shape and deform after some time. This black one on the other hand, stays the same shape for who knows how long! Or so I've read.
Having good form while doing the exercises also helps, but even that won't save you if this roller is too dense for your particular body.
It's part of my recovery tools (incl a tennis ball, and a wooden massager triangle thingy. gets me back up and running after a massive workout.
I've had this roller for a couple of years now, and it looks and feels brand new. Even the kids haven't managed to damage it.
I told our massage lady this and she hooked me up with her brand of foam roller that seems to have some sort of harder plastic exoskeleton and has managed to stay stiff over the years. Maybe its just preference, but I like the stiff roller much better and I feel like its stretching out my back better.