Foam rollers are versatile tools for stretching, rehabilitation, physical therapy and fitness.
Stretching with a foam roller is a great addition to any exercise routine, helping to improve flexibility and stability for better quality of movement.
When a foam roller is used in a physical therapy exercise program, it aids in the healing process by promoting spinal stabilization, alignment, myofascial release and balance training. The unstable nature of the foam roller will also help you develop greater core strength and stability while improving circulation and relaxation.
Types of Foam Rollers Available
• Classic Foam Roller - easy to use, standard blue foam, excellent for beginners, offered in 36" and 18" variations
• Roll Max Foam Roller - very firm, black, ultra durable, closed-cell foam construction
• Pro Foam Roller Professional - firm, durable, lasts twice as long as the Classic Foam Roll, closed-cell foam resists distortion
Foam Roller Options
|Max Half Roll molded black, extra firm, half roll (FROLMH)|
|Round Foam Roller - 6" x 36" 3' foam roll. 6" diameter. (FROL6)|
|Half Foam Roller 3' foam roll. (FROL6H)|
|Round Foam Roller 18" 1.5' foam roll. 6" diameter. (FROL618)|
|Half Foam Roller 18" 1.5' foam roll.(FROL6H18)|
|Pro Foam Roller Professional Engineered for fitness & therapy professionals. (FROL6P)|
|Round Foam Roll Max 6" x 36", Black, Very Firm (FROLM)|