Far superior to the lower quality , hard as a rock , black , high density smooth rollers on the market , the Planet Fitness muscle roller is a smart addition to your home gym equipment . The small spikes are made of medium density foam , they are dense enough to provide exceptional relief for overworked muscles , but pleasant enough for a beginner looking to get started with sports medicine . As you progress on your journey of physical fitness , rolling will first help you to loosen up and avoid injury from overdoing it , especially if you don’t work out on a consistent schedule . As you become more athletic , your deep tissue massager will become part of your basic routine , flushing lactic acid from your muscle tissue . The compact projections are laid out in a grid pattern for full coverage and proper spacing – stretching and lengthening the soft tissue for maximum effect .
The perfect companion to yoga and Pilates , but well suited for runners or for flushing lactic acid from muscle tissue after a workout at the gym . The soft texture is very approachable for beginners just looking to start myofascial release .
Unlike any other rollers on the market , the Planet Fitness dotted EVA foam roller is a uniquely soft massager that conforms gently to your body contours , but still offers medium resistance for amazing performance .
The soft construction of this roller is gentle on sensitive and painful areas, great for lower back issues like sciatica . Below the comfortable surface , extra firm high density resistance still provides ample pressure for massaging tired muscles .
The grid pattern of bumps provides a non-slip traction surface , and penetrates into the soft tissue , enhancing mobilization , increasing flexibility , releasing knots , and increasing blood flow at the point of the massages .
No other roller like it , the Planet Fitness soft EVA massage roller conforms to the shape of your body, enveloping the hamstring , calves , leg , or IT band . Just start rolling to enjoy stretch therapy before and after exercise .
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