How to use a massage roller?
- Massage balls, as well as massage rolls, help to relieve tension in muscles
- You need to roll only on the soft body parts – on the muscles, not on the bones
- Start rolling slowly from one side of the muscle moving slowly
- Don’t start rolling from the middle of the muscle
- When reaching a tension point, hold the position for half a minute or until the pain passes
The roller is one of the best recovery tools to treat muscle pain, increase performance and flexibility. Rolling before and after exercise is part of a great stretching routine. Increases blood flow to massage site, flushing away stored lactic acid. Stretch overworked and strained muscles of the leg, arms, and feet by rolling during your warm-up and cool downs. Provides an instant benefit to the hamstring, IT band, glutes, and calves by delivering superior massages at home or in the gym. Great for the arch of the foot, and any part of the body but the spine or neck.