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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
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Wowee, This roller sure took me for a ride. I've had similar ones that could be attached to floor space or, say a counter-top even for some of us who are more versatile. All I can say is start off slow and don't be afraid to get a bit of a sweat going before-hand. 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
PhysioPhit offer pink, blue, and black versions of the roller with the first one being the softest and the last one being the hardest. Depending on how experienced you are with self-myofascial release and how much pressure you want to put on yourself, you can get the appropriate option and then upgrade if necessary. See More