The Cube Foam Roller
Foam Roller for Exercise at Home
Foam Roller for Effectiveness
Durable & Lightweight Foam Roller
Pressure Zones Foam Roller for Home Exercise
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller
The Cube Foam Roller
Foam Roller for Exercise at Home
Foam Roller for Effectiveness
Durable & Lightweight Foam Roller
Pressure Zones Foam Roller for Home Exercise
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller
the cube foam roller

the cube foam roller

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Soothe the soreness, inflammation and muscle tension tucked away while increasing your joint range of motion with this rockin’ roller.

Back Relief -

- Place the foam roller under your lower back
- Put your weight on the foam roller and using your leg force, roll it over to your upper back
- Repeat until you feel relieved

Leg Relief -

- Place the foam roller under your thigh
- Put your weight on the foam roller and place your hands on the ground. Using your hand force, roll it over to your calves and back
- Repeat until you feel relieved

Similarly, roll over any body part you feel soreness in to achieve relief

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effectiveness

Low density muscle roller is convenient to use and very effective at stretching strained muscles and penetrating the soft tissue layer of tired muscles.

durable & lightweight

Constructed from High density EVA material, and being just 950gm in weight, foam roller is very easy and convenient to carry around.

pressure zones

Designated zones for your thumb, finger and palm to keep the calm and carry on.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Foam roller is made out of EVA foam for the top and PVC pipe for the structure.

Foam rolling is a self-myofascial release (SMR) technique. It can help relieve muscle tightness, soreness, and inflammation, and increase your joint range of motion.

Foam rolling can be an effective tool to add to your warm-up or cooldown, before and after exercise. And the benefits of foam rolling may vary from person to person.

We would suggest a frequency of 2-3 times per week is usually adequate in most cases but you can increase this to as much as 3 times per day providing it isn't increasing your pain levels and you make this change gradually.

Using a foam roller can be uncomfortable so it’s better to be too gentle, rather than too intense, when you’re starting out learning how to use a roller. You can adjust your intensity as you learn how your body responds. Generally, you’re looking for that “it hurts so good” level of discomfort. Pushing past discomfort into real pain won’t speed up results, but it will risk injury. You can actually bruise muscles by rolling too intensely.

Follow these steps to use your foam roller:

Pinpoint the sore or tight area of your muscle.
Control your body as you slowly lower the targeted area so it’s centered above the roller.
Lower your body onto the foam roller until you reach a point of discomfort (but not pain) and hold it there.
Hold for 20–30 seconds
The pressure alone provides benefits, but you can also roll slowly back and forth to further stimulate the area.
Continue to move slowly along the muscle with the roller, stopping and holding in the areas that need more focus.
As you’re using your foam roller, experiment with slight adjustments to your body position in order to find the most effective technique. Also, remember to breathe. Many people get so fixated on the sensation of massaging a painful knot that they forget to even take a breath.

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