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TriggerPoint GRID2.0 Foam Roller with Free Online Instructional Videos
- Long length to accommodate larger bodies
- Weight tested to support up to 500 lbs/225 kg static load
- Environmental design uses less foam than traditional foam rollers
- Backed by a one-year warranty. GRID 2.0: Standard density, 26 x 5.5 inches
- Hard, hollow core hand-wrapped in EVA foam makes it firmer than traditional foam rollers
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We designed The Grid 2 for athletes and people of all types - from long distance runners and endurance athletes to Crossfit competitors and major league sports players to soccer moms and yoga enthusiasts.
Whether you're looking to massage your lats, quads, lower back, or any other large muscle group, or trying to achieve a killer core body workout, The Grid 2 is certain to suit your needs. The Grid 2 is the most versatile and comprehensive foam roller and workout tool available.
The Grid is also backed by a 1-year warranty against manufacturing defects - we're confident it won't break down or fail under normal use. Try finding that guarantee with any of the traditional foam rollers out there. Order yours today and find out why The Grid 2 has everyone so excited!
For those athletes and users that are looking for a more intensive and targeted Trigger Point massage experience, be sure to check out our core line of products like: the TP Massage Ball, Footballer, and Quadballer.
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I've had loads of muscles issues (who hasn't) over the years and have always baulked at the thought of paying £40+ per hour for a sports massage. Nevertheless I still paid it so it was with some hope I tried out this roller after my friend recommended it to me (funny how none of the sports therapists mentioned it!).
I'm a total convert. I'm a 30 year old male weighing in at about 92kg and this thing beats me up like the most viscous massage can. Having tried a few rollers this one really stands out for it's strength, durability and 'comfort'. Lot's of rollers can be too easy to squash (this has a reinforced interior in the middle to help prevent that) or have an uncomfortable foam covering, but this one sits just right for me.
The little knobbly bits are great for working areas like calfs and Achilles of even around the knee and quad heads (ouch!) whilst the flat areas are perfect for larger muscles like the lats or the really sore stuff like triceps or delts.
Since using this I've not had a serious muscle pull or injury and I've managed to keep a long term back/shoulder issue in check. Actually, I've managed to basically cure the issues I was having so this thing really is an excellent tool for all round injury prevention/management. It works just as well for prevention as cure and a simple 10 minutes roll a day or every couple days in your known problem areas can keep you going for weeks, though I recommend a good rolling session once a week to keep in top shape.
What I have found is that the roller helps prevent you from getting knots in the first place. I use it for about 5 minutes after strength training (on the muscle groups I've worked), and have found it makes a big different to delayed onset muscle soreness and tightness. My body isn't generally very good at clearing away lactic acid on its own, and the rolling seems to help flush it out after a workout.
You can find lots of examples of how to target different muscle groups online. The roller is also fantastic for opening up your upper back (sit or lie down, position the roller under your shoulderblades and recline - ahhhh!)
You would still need some massage balls (or similar) for trigger point work if you do get knots, however I wouldn't be without this now, as a preventative aid.
Like anything you get what you pay for. I was able to access the online videos easily by opening an account with a user name and password. Access to these videos is free. It’s been easy to learn the simple moves to get full benefit of the product. The benefits have been great liking the results to a professional sports massage. Using it before bed has improved my sleep too. I’d recommend anyone who works out or uses a gym try a foam roller. I wish I’d started using one years ago.
*If you’re over 6’0” and have the floor space, try this longer version which is much better for a back massage.
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This type igas a spongy feel so works very well
Others look like this but too hard
Buy this roller it’s great