RumbleRoller is meant for people experienced in self-myofascial release, who want a very intense massage.
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Pro This is a very good option for proficient users
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.
Pro It's very durable
This is a very hard roller, and it barely deforms as you use it. It will likely to serve you for years to come.
Pro It comes in different sizes for different uses
You can buy the 12 or 22-inch rollers for massaging your arms and legs. The 31-inch one can be used for your back.
Pro Suitable for people with latex allergy
This foam roller is latex-free, which is great news for people with an allergy.
Con It's a bad option for beginners
Even intermediate users should carefully consider before getting the RumbleRoler. A high-density foam roller with sharp ridges such as this one can easily inflict a lot of pain if you don't use it properly.
Con This is not the best roller to take along
Because of its size and the bumps, this roller can be hard to fit in a gym bag or a backpack. If you're looking for something to carry to the gym, it may be a good idea to look at some other options.