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FASCIA RELEASE ROLLER LARGE IS IDEAL FOR MASSAGING AND RELEASING SORE MUSCLES TO IMPROVE RECOVERY. IT CAN BE ALSO BE USED FOR A WIDE RANGE OF PILATES EXERCISES. THE LONGER LENGTH ENABLES YOU TO SUPPORT YOUR ENTIRE SPINE AND PROVIDE VARIETY IN A NUMBER OF EXERCISES. USE PRE & POST TRANING TO ALLEVIATE ANY MUSCLE TENSION.
For a light-to-moderate soft tissue massage that is gentle enough for individuals new to recovery therapy or with a relatively low pain threshold. Ideal for rolling out the mid-to-upper back muscles.
Featuring loop ends for convenient foot hold and hand grip, the stretching strap enables gradual stretching with full control. Use it to complement your foam rolling routine and further assist your muscles in regaining their full length after a workout.
MODERATE SOFT TISSUE MASSAGE
Providing moderate pressure, the PTP Fascia Roller is gentle enough for use on the mid-to-upper back and represents an absolute go-to massage roller for those who are new to foam rolling. The wide range of exercises included have been carefully developed by movement experts for you to make the most out of your therapy sessions and target common problem areas
By utilising your own body weight to sustain pressure and roll, the Fascia Roller allows you to perform self-myofascial release (SMR), helping muscles and joints return to their natural range of motion, activating blood and oxygen circulation, and breaking down scar tissue and adhesions between skin, muscles and bones (fascia restrictions).
ACTIVE RECOVERY AND PERFORMANCE
After intense workouts, microscopic tears and scar tissue can develop in soft tissues, causing tightness and soreness. Prolonged sitting can also lead to poor posture, muscle imbalances and adaptive shortening. Lengthening the fascia through rolling can speed up recovery, improve musculoskeletal alignment and optimise performance (related to sports or everyday activities).