Foam & Massage Rollers

Massage Rollers and Foam Rollers are both a runner's worst nightmare and secret weapon. They work by ridding muscles of lactate pooling and promoting blood flow around the selected area. So both Foam Rollers and Massage Rollers are exceptionally useful tools for both seasoned athletes and weekend warriors alike.

PhysioRoom Massage Roller Ball

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PhysioRoom Rum-Tech Foam Roller - 10 x 32cm

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PhysioRoom Self Massage Peanut Ball

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PhysioRoom Spiky Massage Ball Roller

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PhysioRoom Textured Grid Beast Foam Roller

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PhysioRoom Trigger Point Massage Stick

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FAQs

What Does a Foam Roller Help With?

Foam rollers are seen as an effective way of massaging deep tissues within specific areas of the body, without having to pay for the service of an expert masseuse/masseur. Foam rolling helps release tension in the muscles, aid myofascial release, relieve muscle soreness, and improve flexibility and range of motion. Using a foam roller after exercise can help to reduce delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS). It can also help increase short-term flexibility. Therefore, foam rolling can be useful during intense periods of exercise.

How Often Should You Foam Roller?

You can foam roll every day as long as your body feels good and you're not experiencing any acute pain. It is recommended that you foam roll 3-5 times a week for around 10 minutes. Start by completing 30-60 seconds of rolling for each muscle. You can increase up to 90 seconds over time. Remember, the more often you foam roll, the less painful it's going to be and the more benefits you will reap.

Is Foam Rolling Supposed To Be Painful?

Foam rolling can be a painful experience, particularly in the early stages of using your foam roller as you get used to the procedure. However, the pain that you experience from foam rolling is more likely be as a result of compression, as opposed to the actual rolling itself.

As you apply pressure to tightened areas of the body, the pain receptors in this area react, hence the pain. If you continue to experience pain when foam rolling, you may want to consider changing your foam rolling technique. Alternatively, relive the amount of pressure you apply when completing sessions.

Are Rollers Good For Your Back?

The best evidence for the management of back pain from a healthcare professional is exercise. Foam rollers can be useful in relieving delayed onset of muscle soreness. But there are a few tips to consider if you are thinking about using a foam roller for your back. Firstly, if your pain is being caused by a spine or back condition, it is important to ensure that foam rolling wouldn't aggravate the issue. Speak to a medical professional for clarification on this matter.

Our Foam Rollers are versatile fitness aids that can be used in the gym, the home or during rehab to improve a person's stretch, balance, and core muscle strength. Made from high-quality EVA foam, the self-massage possibilities of foam rollers mean that they're an essential part of pain relief and muscle recovery after exercise.

Foam Roller

All of our rollers can be used on any part of the body, including the feet, calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, lats, abs, hips shoulders and neck. Our foam roller range includes dual-density foam rollers, spiky rollers, textured grid rollers and trigger point foam rollers so you can find the right roller for your needs. They can also be used during Yoga and Pilates classes as well as for rehab exercises.

Muscle Recovery

Perfect for sore muscles, our rollers are perfect for performing a deep tissue massage. The direct pressure of the rolling promotes blood flow and dissipates lactic acid pooling in the muscles. This process all helps to heal the muscles. Use softer rollers or textured rollers depending on your personal preference. To target the entirety of the muscle we recommend rolling over the different portions of it.

Range of Motion

With our wide range of rollers, you can access new types of massage and muscle aid. Each roller has a massive range of movement. This easily allows it to access anywhere on the body to aid pain relief or muscle recovery. Use the high-density foam of a grid roller to properly soothe your back. Or apply a massage ball on the upper arm muscles to target them like never before. Rollers give you a new kind of exercise freedom.

Tight Muscles & Rolling Exercises

One of the benefits of rollers is that they can be used to target a tender spot or single muscle. Apply direct pressure and perform a muscle massage. This can be done with a grid foam roller or one of our firm rollers. Work the muscle to your personal preferences and kickstart the healing process. If you have trouble with a specific muscle, we recommend speaking to a physical therapist.