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This roller is hard and it is made of PE. FOR MORE INFO take a look at the 66fit website.
By Bigglesbabe on 19 January 2014
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I think so, but I would caveat that with the fact that I don't use it for kyphosis exercises. I do use it on my back to ease muscle stiffness if I've over done pull-ups or rowing. It is longer than many foam rollers I've used which makes it good for the width of the back. It is also smooth, i.e. not one with indentatio… see more I think so, but I would caveat that with the fact that I don't use it for kyphosis exercises. I do use it on my back to ease muscle stiffness if I've over done pull-ups or rowing. It is longer than many foam rollers I've used which makes it good for the width of the back. It is also smooth, i.e. not one with indentations as used for massage etc. I've had mine a few years now and it is used several times a week after running - it is still firm and not showing any real signs of wear. see less I think so, but I would caveat that with the fact that I don't use it for kyphosis exercises. I do use it on my back to ease muscle stiffness if I've over done pull-ups or rowing. It is longer than many foam rollers I've used which makes it good for the width of the back. It is also smooth, i.e. not one with indentations as used for massage etc. I've had mine a few years now and it is used several times a week after running - it is still firm and not showing any real signs of wear.
By Pantani on 19 January 2016
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short answer yes. The roller will take the loaded pressure certainly of 13.5st on it without deforming permanently but becuase it is solid if your balance is not good to start with you might find a speedy fall painful
By MR DANIEL BROWN on 01 February 2016
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You can utilize the foam roller to work out a trigger point...place the foam roller beneath the back side of the lower hip under your piriformis roll back and forth to release the tension in the muscle this will feel very uncomfortable but will ease with regular use
By amanda malcolm on 20 August 2014
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It is 10cm and I have been really pleased with it,I also needed it for my physio
By bear on 25 February 2015
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Depends where you are using it for. I use mine for legs and back so I got the bigger one so Iwasn't rolling of it .
By Philip M. Rawlinson on 01 May 2015
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210gramms
By Freeda27 on 29 April 2014
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