A Rumble Roller or a Foam Roller is quite a good way to spend money as a bodybuilder because you can use one of these exercise rollers in a way that your muscles will thank you for the rest of your post workout massages. Why do i think that the only thought going through your weightlifter mind is something like: What’s a Rumble Roller or a Foam Roller?
Well they both have the same working principle but the Rumble Roller looks more like a torture device rather than a muscle pain reliever.
These rollers offer you an effective, inexpensive, and convenient way to both reduce muscle pains by massaging yourself in an easy matter.. simply by rolling on them in different or various positions.
Buy a Foam Roller and you’ll maybe regret it more than buying a Rumble Roller.. I encourage you to buy a Rumble Roller best rather than a Foam Roller for the simple fact that it relieves muscular pain and tightness better, thanks to the bumpy surface that’s firm but flexible, resembling to the thumbs of a massage therapist.
How to use an exercise roller video tutorial (the same exercises apply for both Rumble Rollers and Foam Rollers)
The conventional Foam Roller has a smooth surface that further compresses your soft tissue, sure, by rolling on top of them improves blood flow and tissue flexibility, but the effect is limited and superficial while on a Rumble Roller the bumps continuously knead the contours of your body, gently stretching through massage the soft muscle tissue that gives you pain after or before workouts.
So, i can briefly tell you that these exercise rollers are good for areas of tenderness or tightness. You’ll know where the problems are after you’ve been using the exercise roller for 5-6 times.
If you want to buy one of these rolling muscle pain relievers, you can find them at retailers from:
- United Kingdom