OPTP PRO-ROLLER Standard Density Foam Roller - Durable Roller for Massage, Stretching, Fitness, Yoga and Pilates
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- Built to outperform and outlast store model foam rollers
- Constructed of closed-cell, heat-molded EVA foam
- Standard density provides efficient yet comfortable massage of tight muscles and trigger points
- Also ideal for balance and stability exercises such as Pilates
- Measures 36" L x 6" diameter; available in green or blue
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Created for the demands of physical therapy and sports medicine clinics, or the busy fitness, Pilates and yoga studios, the OPTP PRO-ROLLER™ is built to outperform and outlast store model foam rollers.
The closed-cell, heat-molded EVA foam technology won't break down, while improving sanitary conditions with easy cleaning.
Use the PRO-ROLLER to roll out trigger points, knots and areas of increased muscle density. Ideal for applying sweeping strokes to long muscle groups like the calves, adductors and quadriceps, as well as small, directed force to areas like the TFL, IT Band, hip rotators and gluteus medius.
The standard density of this roller also makes it a comfortable choice for performing proprioceptive movements in balance and stability such as Pilates exercises.
Available in green marble or blue marble colors. Measures 36” L x 6" diameter.
Can be easily cleaned with a disinfecting wipe or a wet cloth with mild dishwashing or laundry detergent.
Color: Blue Marble
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There are so many things you can use this for and areas you can target. I am still learning Pilates and love yoga. I also found that this helps my husband with stretching (bad back) and he has gotten some use with it as well. Gives him some relief. Google allows you to find many exercises and stretches.
I highly recommend this and it is well worth the money I spent.
If you are using the roller properly, yes - you will have some discomfort and even what some might describe as "pain" which is why you don't get on these things and roll on them quickly; they are meant to work with slowly as you gradually use them to help to bring order to traumatized muscle and connective tissue. Your body will adapt if you use the roller regularly and what seems "hard" today re this roller will in 3.5 weeks of rolling everyday or every other day seem almost soft and a pleasurable nice gentle massage after that.
So stick with it, don't go get a cheaper softer roller, and use it AS DIRECTED - yes even you, the non-expert, who thinks you know just exactly how hard or soft these things should be.
The roller is for massage as well as stability (strengthening) work and again, in my professional experience in the trade, this is the best one out there. The only better one I've experienced is one I made by using plastic pipe from plumbers supply and glued sticky mats to the outside of the pipe. This one is slightly softer than using my home-made pipe one; this one is the perfect consistency of hard enough to do the job but soft enough not to break anything.
After 16 months of sporadic use, my roller has become misshapen, not from use, but from sitting for a long period without being used or repositioned. It is now slightly oval shaped, so I am careful to store it so that it can regain its round shape. Also, I'd comment that the rollers used at my Pilates studio are superior to this brand in a couple of ways: they use the Scott roller that has a bumpy surface- it is less likely to slide during use, and is lighter in weight though still firm. They advise that the rollers never be stored on end because it promotes warping, but as I pointed out, even laying it down will cause warping if it stays in one position long enough.