What is the best alternative to PhysioPhit High Density, Extra Firm Foam Roller with Trigger Points?
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This is a softer lineup of foam rollers, as indicated by the light blue and pink coloring. It's a good way for beginners to get into self-myofascial release without inflicting too much pain on themselves. If you want to take it really slowly, you can get semi-circular roller, which is very stable. See More
If you're looking for a roller with enough pressure to help with muscle knots or tissue pain, this might not cut it in the long term. You might use it to get comfortable with self-myofascial release, but eventually a higher-density roller will be required. See More
This is pretty much as hardcore as foam rollers get, and even if you've done foam rolling for a while it will provide a challenge. It's very high density, with large ridges that will give a very intensive deep tissue massage for getting rid of muscle knots and managing pain. See More