Hi-Tech Foam Roller TOP BENEFITS:
Foam rolling is a self-myofascial
release (SMR) technique that can help relieve muscle tightness, soreness, and
inflammation, and increase your joint range of motion.
Here are some of the benefits of
using foam rolling:
Can be beneficial for easing sore
muscles and reducing inflammation
Foam rolling may help increase
your range of motion, which is critical for flexibility and performance.
reduce the appearance of cellulite
Some foam rolling products providers
claim the products can help loosen and break up your fascia. Fascia are the
body’s connective tissues and contribute to the appearance of cellulite
Foam rolling may be helpful for
easing pain in the body as well as help ease tension in the back, too.
To use your foam roller for lower
back pain, turn your foam roller so it’s vertical (in-line with your spine) and
slowly roll the roller from side to side, still in line with your spine. Do
this as opposed to keeping it horizontal, which can cause you to arch and
strain your back.
Some studies show promising
results of using foam rolling for the treatment of fibromyalgia symptoms
such as less pain intensity, fatigue, stiffness, and depression levels, and increase
in range of motion.
Help you to
Many people find foam rolling to
be relaxing because if can alleviate tightness in your muscles may help you
feel less tense and calmer as a result.
Attention: Foam rolling is
generally considered safe to do to alleviate muscle tightness or regularly
exercise. Avoid foam rolling if you have a serious injury unless your doctor or
a physical therapist has cleared you first.
Avoid rolling over small joints
like your knees, elbows, and ankles, which could cause you to hyperextend or
Foam rolling may help relieve
tension during pregnancy but check with your doctor first. Avoid lying on your
back to foam roll later in your pregnancy. You also should skip rolling out the
calves in your third trimester. Talk to your doctor if you are concerned.
- Foam Roller size:
CJYDQTJM00004-1 Blue .