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Yoga Foam Roller | Ideal For Exercise, Muscle Recovery, Physiotherapy, Pain Relief & Myofascial | Deep Tissue Massage Roller 30 CM

Rs. 1,390.00 Rs. 738.00
  • FOAM ROLLERS FOR MUSCLES: GYMLINE Foam Roller Is Great for Physical Therapy, Before or After Exercise, Yoga, And Massage Therapy. The Texture Roller Helps to Relieve Muscles Tension and Increase Muscle Reflexology.
  • MULTIFUNTIONAL: Recover from sports injury and chronic pain, our reflexology tool alleviates various issues like plantar fasciitis, shin splints, runner’s legs & tennis elbow. The dotted pattern provides a non-slip traction surface and penetrates into the soft tissue, releasing knots, and increasing blood flow at the point of the massages.
  • HIGH QUALITY & DURABLE: This muscle gym roller for beginners or athletes is made of EVA foam which is high-density & resists bending or breaking under tension or weight, providing a firm, deep tissue massage that can be utilized for long-term therapy
  • COMFORTABLE & LIGHTWEIGHT: The Strauss dotted EVA foam roller is a uniquely soft massager that conforms gently to your body contours, but still offers medium resistance for amazing performance. Our lightweight fitness roller is easy to travel with due to its weight and sturdiness.
  • FOR EVERYONE: Loved by runners, cross-fit athletes, yoga and Pilates, swimmers, physical or sports therapy patients, and those just doing a normal fitness workout. Great for the arch of the foot, or any part of the body.
  • Its compact size allows you to target specific muscle groups and pain points. Increase blood flow and circulation to your muscles and soft tissue before and after workouts. Enjoy benefits like decreased recovery time from injuries and increased mobility. Beginners and athletes alike see the same relief from sore muscles, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, back pain, shin splints and reduction in scar tissue. This is a very advanced foam roller, but it’s one that even beginners can use effectively!
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