EPP Foam Roller 15cm x 90cm
- A Grade EPP Foam
- Length: 90cm x Diameter: 15cm x Circumference: 47cm
- Easy To Carry
- Extremely hard wearing and is ideal for home or gym use.
- Help improve stability and flexibility and is great for promoting stabilisation, core strength and balance training
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The EPP Foam Roller is a 15cm x 90cm EPP material foam roller that is used in physiotherapy, pilates, yoga, fitness and rehabilitation. The EPP Foam Roller been made using a heat molded foam beads with a smooth surface and is recommended for people who wish to purchase a foam roller that is very firm. Ideal for stretching, the EPP Foam Roller (stability roller) can help improve stability and flexibility and is great for promoting stabilisation, core strength and balance training. Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS or ITBFS, for iliotibial band friction syndrome) Foam rollers are used by many people to help loosen the iliotibial band and can help in the prevention and treatment of pain to this area. Features: 1pc Construction 15cm x 90cm (6" x 36") EPP (Expanded Polypropylene) Firmness: Very Firm EPP - Expanded Polypropylene: This is a new type of foam roller material on the market which looks like it is made from tightly molded polystyrene balls and has a smooth surface. They have a VERY FIRM consistency and have been designed for moderate to heavy use. They are ideal for people who require a very firm foam roller, and would be suitable in gyms and clinics.
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Top Customer Reviews
The massaging is not comfortable but that's OK if I find it helps lengthen tight muscles. In theory it is better to do a few minutes on the roller - a process I call leg-ironing - most days than get a weekly sports massage. At the time of writing I don't know effective this will be.
The Pilates exercises mostly use the roller as a source of instability, resting the whole back and head on the roller before doing (e.g.) knee floats. If you are used to doing pilates mat work with a soft ball under the pelvis you will find the roller is more demanding. I find the roller rather uncomfortable but it does allow me to do a harder workout, a reasonable trade-off.
I was shown both ways of working in one-to-one lessons with a pilates teacher but think it would be fairly easy to learn leg massage without assistance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived promptly and is exactly what I needed to lie on for my back. Will probably help stretching muscles too.Published 3 months ago by M. Cuthbert
good size, just a little soft so probably will mis-shape on standing workPublished 4 months ago by michelle ord
Great product, lost it in a house move, but a sub standard one to replace it, what a mistake.Published 8 months ago by Darren Evans