GRID Foam Rollers

Starting at $34.95

Multiple density zones create a variety of massage techniques to trigger myofascial release.

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Combat the burn of lactic acid buildups after an intense workout by using a GRID foam roller! By applying gentile sustained pressure to myofascial connective tissue, these foam rollers relieve soreness and restore movement.

Replicate Massage

GRID Foam Rollers feature three distinct textures that replicate the feeling of authentic massage. Large, flat areas act as the palm; raised strips emulate the fingers; and raised squares resemble the fingertips. Use these contact zones aerate sore tissue, delivering fresh blood and oxygen to repair muscles and recover quicker. This will help you move better, diminish aches and pains, increase flexibility, and accelerate recovery.

Functional design

Firm hollow-core design targets and addresses deep tissue soreness to get you back in the game after even the most intense activity. It also stands up to constant use and abuse in institutional settings. Hand-wrapped EVA foam minimizes discomfort during use and lasts longer.

Choose among different sizes and densities of foam rollers to achieve the perfect relief for every student.

  • GRID. TriggerPoint's original foam roller is ideal for basic use on any part of the body, making it a great tool for people with an active lifestyle or rigorous workout routine. 13”L x 5” dia.
  • GRID 2.0. Twice as long as original GRID rollers, the second iteration adresses larger areas of soreness. These rollers are great for chest, back, and legs, serving to alleviate pain in the hamstrings, pecs, abs, hips, and other larger muscle groups. 26”L x 5” dia.
  • GRID X. Extra firm rollers support hardcore workout enthusiasts! Twice as firm as original GRID rollers, they stimulate deeper, denser muscles such as the calves, quads, hamstrings, or back muscles. 13”L x 5-1/2” dia.

Benefits

  • Rounded tubes with different various foam densities roll across sore muscles to reduce tension as a form of self-myofascial release and massage therapy.
  • Foam rollers help because exercise burns glucose and glycogen as its fuel, leaving behind a byproduct called lactic acid. This produces the pain or "burn" you feel the day after a hard workout. To get rid of the pain, use foam rollers to massage muscles on your own.
  • Best suited for indoor use, as rough surfaces will break the foam down faster over time.

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