DEVELOPED BY PHYSICAL THERAPISTS: Foam roll provides self-myofascial release breaks down knots and improves blood flow for quicker recovery, it is great for flexibility and reducing pain in your back, pecs, lats, glutes, thighs, calves, feet and hip flexors.
TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE: It helps your muscles recover faster after exercise, and find hidden muscle aches and pains. Effectively used in injury rehabilitation, balance-improving activities, muscle strengthening exercises, and postural re-alignment.
APPLICATION: Ideal for athletes, in a home gym, as a yoga roller, for pilates, and for a deep tissue massage before and after exercise.
PREMIUM QUALITY: Constructed with high-density material which will not bend or break down easily after repeated use, this foam roller is constructed with a superior quality material which ensures longer life, even after heavy, constant use.
SIZE DETAILS: 13" in length and 4" in diameter, the foam roller is space saving and easy for traveling.
Why more people use Foam Roller?
Using a foam roller has similar benefits to stretching, helping release tight muscles. It’s technically referred to as self myofascial release, and it’s a little bit like giving yourself a deep tissue massage to release knots and ease tight areas. Doing this regularly helps prevent injuries, improves posture and increases range of motion.
How to do it:It’s best to foam roll after a workout or light activity so your muscles are warmed up, but we also love using it at night to relax. You can all roll out before a run to help increase circulation. Place the roller behind soft tissue like your calves or thighs, avoiding joints, and slowly start rolling. When you find a tight spot, hold it for 30 – 60 seconds until it releases. It might feel a little uncomfortable or tender, but go at your own pace and follow your comfort level.
Foam rolling is great for anyone, but it’s especially important if you’re active to help with muscle recovery and circulation. Tightness can occur from regular workouts, or even from sitting at a desk on the computer for long periods of time.
Always listen to your body! Foam rolling may be uncomfortable when you’re releasing tension from tight areas, but it should still feel good. Never force or continue to roll in an area where there’s sharp pain.
Do some stretching after foam rolling and drink PLENTY of water afterwards.
The Complete List of the Major 2 Items Included with the CAMPSNAIL Foam Roller
• 1 x Foam Roller (13 x 4")
1 X Yoga ball (7.87" X 7.87")
• 1 x Free Carrying Bag
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