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Foam Roller

Foam Roller

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Regular Price £14.99 Save £7.50 Special Price £7.49
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Foam Roller

Feel your tension roll away.

The bulk™ Foam Roller is ideal for a deep-tissue massage or post-workout rehabilitation of specific muscles. Its varied pattern works to tackle the tightest of knots and shift stubborn lactic acid to ensure that you’re raring to go for your next workout. It is light and portable, strong and robust, and has the added benefit of being non-porous and easy to clean.

Available in a sleek black design with subtle white branding, this Foam Roller is made from recycled foam material and is suitable for anyone looking to reduce muscle soreness and improve flexibility. So, whether you’re an elite athlete or a casual gym-goer, look no further than bulk™.

  • Strong and robust for optimal pressure
  • Varied pattern to pinpoint different muscles
  • Made from recycled foam material
  • Easy to clean
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Dimensions: 33cm x 13cm
  • Suitable for myofascial release, fitness and rehabilitation
  • All black design with subtle white bulk™ branding

FAQs

What is a foam roller good for?

Foam rolling is a self-myofascial release (SMR) technique that can help alleviate muscle tightness, soreness, and inflammation. It may also improve your range of motion. Incorporating foam rolling into your warm-up or cooldown can be an effective tool before and after exercise.

Do foam rollers really work?

While the benefits of foam rolling can vary for individuals, studies have shown that foam rollers can help reduce muscle pain, release tight muscles, improve muscle recovery, and potentially increase range of motion.

Where should you not use a foam roller?

Areas to avoid using a foam roller include the abdomen, low back, chest (for women), joints, and neck. It's important to focus on dense areas of muscle tissue such as the calves, hamstrings, quadriceps, and glutes.

Should you foam roll sore muscles?

Yes, foam rolling can alleviate muscle fatigue and soreness, including delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS), and improve muscular performance. Foam rolling may be an effective therapeutic modality to reduce DOMS while enhancing the recovery of muscular performance.

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