|Place of Origin:||Changzhou,Jiangsu, China|
|Brand Name:||Auspicious plastic|
|Model Number:||15cm diameter, etc|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1000meters|
|Packaging Details:||plastic bag or carton|
|Delivery Time:||20 working days|
|Supply Ability:||10000000000000meters per year|
|Material:||Polyethylene Foam||Color:||Customzie Color|
high density foam roller,
yoga foam roller,
Full Size Foam Roller 15cm Diameter
This is a high density, firm, molded foam roller. This 6 inch Round 36 inch long black EPE Foam Roller will feel harder to the touch and offer more support and durability than most other foam rollers. The molding process allows for smooth round ends that help the roller last a long time by reducing the fraying effect that some rollers have. We are sure that if you are looking for a firm, long lasting, durable, dependable and affordable foam roller then this is the roller for you.
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|Brief introduction||This soft EPE foam roller is perfect for beginners and can be used by almost anyone since it’s the most gentle of them all. The low price tag will help beginners to take the step to start foam rolling. The EPE material is great for those who are just getting used to foam rolling and want to discover all the benefits related to this activity.|
Foam rolling after a workout helps to break up soft-tissue adhesions, relieve tightness and improve recovery time. Rolling before a workout helps to improve your flexibility and prevent injuries occurring, which is why it’s so popular with professional athletes and gym enthusiasts.
If you’ve developed a muscle knot after suffering an injury, regular stretches could make it worse. Like a knotted rope being pulled in both directions, they can cause the knot to tighten. By loosening the knot, foam rolling is a far more effective aid to recovery and rehabilitation.
Watch out for these common mistakes!
– Rolling directly on the painful area
Take time and start with massaging the region around the painful area before making larger, sweeping motions.
– Rolling too fast
If you roll too fast, your muscles won’t have time to adapt to and manage the compression, and you’re not going to eliminate adhesions
– Continuing to massage the knots
You could damage the tissue or hit a nerve if you place a constant pressure on one area.
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