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Rumble Roller Foam Rollers - Textured Muscle Foam Roller Manipulates Soft Tissue Like A Massage Therapist

4.6 out of 5 stars 1,085 customer reviews
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Price: $40.82 - $227.20
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  • Stretches muscle and other soft tissues in multiple directions, breaking down "knots", increasing your flexibility, and relieving your pain.
  • Full size models (31x6) long enough to roll the widest of your back and both legs on one pass.
  • Compact size models fit easily in your gym bag, backpack, or carry-on luggage.
  • Original Density (blue) surface intended for people new to foam rolling or anyone who has experienced positive results from conventional foam rollers.
  • Extra Firm (black) provides 36% firmer surface than the Original Density models, intended for experienced users with dense muscle tissue that doesn't respond to normal massage pressure.

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Product Description

Looking for something that allows you to do your own deep-tissue massage at home? Look no further. Conventional foam rollers are convenient and simple to use but their effects are too superficial, so the Rumble Roller was created. Why does it have bumps? The bumps stimulate deeper layers of muscle, stretch your fascia more completely, concentrate pressure to more effectively relieve trigger points, and improve access to muscles near their attachments; for example, close to your spine and pelvis, and between your shoulder blades. Which one should you buy? The regular density (blue) Rumble Roller is very effective. Its bumps are more flexible and more actively grip and manipulate soft tissue. The bumps on the extra-firm (black) Rumble Roller are considerably stiffer, and give it a "spikier" feel. You may prefer the black RumbleRoller if you are primarily using it on thicker muscles like glutes or hamstrings, are trying to dig deeply in around the hip capsule, are working on scar tissue from prior surgeries. Otherwise, the blue is recommended.

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  • ASIN: B00ZI651BY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,085 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,940 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Elena on December 10, 2010
Size: Original Density, 31x6 BluePackage Type: Frustration-Free Packaging Verified Purchase
I never used plain foam rollers, so I have nothing to compare to. But I like this gadget. I like to stretch/massage my tense back and tight muscles over shoulder blades. Having spikes is clearly an advantage. In fact, I have a 2.5 inch (diameter) 6.5 inch (length) rubber roller with (much thinner obviously) spikes that I have been using for the same purpose. And it was intended for foot massage in principle. So I've been wondering if I could find a bigger roller just like The Rumble Roller. And I did. The only thing is that I can't lie on it lengthwise (to exercise the abs) as I would on a plain roller (sacrum hurts from lying on spikes lengthwise!!) but you can't have it all.

An update a few months later - 1) I tried the "plain" foam rollers at the gym finally.. No massage effect for me whatsoever on those ones! 2) I love massaging my calves/hamstrings and even anterior of the hip. I can even massage my deltoid/biceps/triceps. And oh, the buttocks massage rocks! Rolling on my back helps mobilize it. I recommend.

Another update - Sept 2011: BTW, mine is regular size, regular firmness (long blue)
I am using this roller every single day. It's pretty sturdy. I wonder how long it lasts.. but so far so good! I love it. Now I see that the manufacturer came up with a variation in length and firmness and I am determined to buy a black variant. I need something firmer, for my upper back at least. Footnote - I am accustomed to using all sorts of firm gadgets for rolling; but I suggest that most people start with an original density one!
And last remark - to those complaining about the price..
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My wonderful girlfriend purchased this for me as a Christmas gift. I have used a standard foam roller for two years but ran into issues with it not being aggressive enough digging into my hip flexors (which are constantly tight due to sitting for a living) and wearing down after heavy use. This product has helped in all problem areas including tight shoulders, hamstrings, glutes and hips. While the Rumble Roller is superior to the standard rollers available I would not recommend someone start off using it. Standard rollers are a good place to start softening the tissue without causing discomfort and bruising. If you find yourself needing more of a release, this is the roller for you. The nubby nubbins really get into whatever knots you may have and helped get them "untied" while the length will support the whole back vertically to allow side to side motion. After using this product for hours I have noticed very little wear down but a softening of the nubbins which has made it more comfortable to be on and just as effective.
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I was about to return this product, then I realize that it was doing exactly what it was suppose to do. I ordered the extra stiff full size roller, but found it to be too painful. I should of read the instructions and viewed some demo videos on line first before trying to use it. I have had past experience with the regular foam rollers, which I loved, but remember it being too soft. Also, with the foam roller, I would roll on it on my back at medium speed. With the RumbleRoller, that is not recommended. It hurts like hell. I was going to return it, but after further research and reading other reviews, you are suppose to go slow, sometimes just pausing at a pressure point spot and let the muscles give from the Rumble Roller. Think of the spikes as a pressure point from a masseuses, that works a small area on your muscle before moving to another area. When I used it properly, it still hurt like hell, but I could feel the muscles that were knotted, release themselves. Great product. If you find it too painful, simple advice less is more. Slow down and just focus on a small area. It is a not a race. Good luck to you.
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Size: Extra Firm, 12x5 BlackPackage Type: Standard Packaging Verified Purchase
I am a Denver Massage Therapist for 25+ years. This is a very good product. It should only be used by those who have had and enjoyed deep tissue massage before. The blue ones are softer and more appropriate for the general public. There are videos on youtube with usage instructions for this specific product and for smooth foam rollers. The exercises for both are mostly interchangeable.
I use mine for front back and sides of the upper legs where it is much superior to the smooth foam rollers. I also use it for my neck by laying it under my neck while on my back. I turn my head left & right as far as possible and get a nice massage there. I also lay face down with head turned to the side and move back and forth to massage front of the neck on this device. Be careful in this position though, if you get light headed then back off the pressure as you may be restricting blood flow to the brain.
I personally do not use this much on my back though for many it can be great. For my back I use very hard rubber balls like La Crosse Balls or the hard rubber dog balls you find in Petsmart. Those are the core of my self massage for trigger points on back, upper arms, sometimes the outside of the upper legs (aka abductors, facia Lata etc) The balls are also good for sitting on for the glutes. The rumble roller is good for this too I just like the deeper more pointed pressure of the hard balls.
A final product I am looking at but have not yet bought is the Super Nova massage ball about the size of a cantaloupe which, like rumble roller, also has hard knobs but these are flat topped. Take a look at that as part of your self massage tool kit.
Good luck. Let me know if you find any other interesting deep tissue products.
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