This durable, moderate density foam roller is ideal for self-massage, myofascial release, stretching and Pilates.
The moderate density makes the Silver AXIS® Roller firm enough for myofascial release to aid in workout recovery, yet soft enough to comfortably perform exercises for improved balance, stability, flexibility and function. This foam roller is ideal for those just beginning foam rolling, and experienced athletes alike.
Made of heat-molded foam beads for a smooth surface this eco-friendly roller has long-lasting durability, even with heavy use and can be easily cleaned with soap and water or antibacterial wipes.
Available in multiple sizes for a variety of users and applications. The traditional 36″ long x 6″ diameter size is perfect for rolling out larger areas such as hamstrings, quads and back. Smaller sizes allow for more targeted work on hard-to-reach areas like IT bands, calves and arms. Half-round versions are ideal for use in Pilates, yoga and for general workouts.
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Features & Benefits
Durable and long-lasting
Heat-molded EPP foam bead construction
Ideal for both beginners and experienced athletes
Easy to clean with a disinfecting wipe, or wet cloth using dishwashing or laundry detergent.
The traditional 36′′ length x 6′′ diameter full-size roller is ideal for rolling out larger muscle groups, helping to lessen tension, promote recovery, and restore mobility.
The 18′′ length x 6′′ diameter roller allows for more targeted massage of smaller muscle groups, and also offers great portability.
The compact 12′′ length x 6′′ diameter roller offers portable massage for rolling away soreness at the gym, clinic, or on travels.
The versatile 36′′ length x 3′′ diameter half-round roller can be used for stability, core strength, and balance training, as well as rehabilitation and Pilates exercise. The flat side down offers stability; the rounded side down provides dynamic instability.
The versatile 12′′ length x 3′′ diameter half-round roller can be used for stability, core strength, and balance training, as well as rehabilitation and Pilates exercise. The flat side down offers stability; the rounded side down provides dynamic instability.