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KAL 142000 Deep Tissue Foam Roller

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  • The KETTLER FOAM ROLLER is a useful tool for a variety of massage exercises as well as for a stabilizing torso training. The FOAM ROLLER offers a targeted workout for the supporting muscle groups in the body, making it an excellent accessory for the pilates or yoga. With KETTLER FOAM ROLLER, you can increase athletic performance, improve circulation, and diminish the appearance of cellulite.

Use Kettler foam roller on points of tension for just 30 seconds and begin to see relief from knots and tension. When used for just 5 minutes a day, your overall athletic performance can improve, and your muscles may appear leaner.

     

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Deep Tissue Foam Roller

  • The KETTLER FOAM ROLLER is a useful tool for a variety of massage exercises as well as for a stabilizing torso training. The FOAM ROLLER offers a targeted workout for the supporting muscle groups in the body, making it an excellent accessory for the pilates or yoga. With KETTLER FOAM ROLLER, you can increase athletic performance, improve circulation, and diminish the appearance of cellulite.
  • Our bodies naturally build up areas of tension that can sometimes result in pain and poor circulation. If left untreated, these areas of tension can impact your athletic performance, and may even prevent you from achieving your weight loss and fitness goals.
  • Not only that tired and sore muscles are tiresome, they can actually lead to injuries during or after workouts, which is the last thing you need on your healthy journey. With my foam roller, you can easily erase muscle pain, smoothen & lengthen muscles, as well as reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Benefits of foam rolling

Foam rolling, also known as self-myofascial release, helps release muscle tension by making the top layers of tissues more flexible. “There’s a layer of tissue called fascia that lies on top of the muscles and connects your muscle groups. Typically what happens is that tight, sensitive trigger points develop in the fascia. Using the foam roller helps release those points and soft tissue adhesions.” Pairing foam roller exercises with stretches will open the unrestricted tissues, and you might just find yourself moving more freely and your pain relieved.

Foam rolling also helps increase your range of motion because the muscles around your joints aren't so tight. Most trainers recommend you foam roll before you exercise to wake up the joints and muscles as well as post-workout to prevent soreness.

One word of caution: If your pain is sharp or tingling, lasts more than a week, or started after some kind of traumatic incident, see your doctor. A doctor can advise about more serious muscular or skeletal injuries while a physical therapist can analyze your movement to pinpoint the problem. “If your pain is achy, comes and goes, goes away, or feels better with exercise, those are signs it’s an issue with tightness in soft tissue that’s restricting your mobility—and foam rolling can help.


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