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Foam Roller- Smooth Surface

The MacTherapy® Smooth Foam Roller is a high quality massage roller that has been designed for the user to apply deep muscle massage using their own body weight. By applying pressure to specific points on the body the user is able to aid in the recovery of muscles and assist in returning them to normal function. The MacTherapy® Smooth Roller is ideal for the beginner to foam rolling, or those who are too sensitive or not yet ready to progress onto our firmer ridged roller.


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Product information for the Foam Roller- Smooth Surface

Size: 45 x 15cm / 18” x 6”

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The MacTherapy® Smooth Foam Roller is an easy to use and economical way to improve the body’s flexibility. It works to loosen tight / stiff muscles through self massage. It is also commonly used in sports such as yoga or pilates to promote stabilisation, core strength and balance.

Once a self-massage technique used only by professional athletes, coaches, and therapists; foam rolling is now an everyday practice for people at all levels of fitness.

It is designed with a hard inner core and a softer ‘spongey’ outer layer. With it’s smooth outer texture this foam roller is recommended by physiotherapists for the person new to Foam-Rolling.

As well as being lightweight, this hard wearing roller has a 'sponge like' feel for a firm comfortable grip. Ideal for home or gym use.

Use a mild detergent and cold water to clean then leave to dry.

When should you use

  • Release tight & tired muscles
  • Treatment of trigger points
  • Breakdown scar tissue
  • Enhance post work out recovery
  • Lengthen muscles
  • Reduce onset of DOMS (delayed onset of muscle soreness)
  • Replicate sports massage

DO NOT USE The MacTherapy® Smooth Foam Roller if you have had a recent injury or trauma which has broken the skin, caused inflammation to a joint, or if you are badly bruised – if in doubt ask your practitioner.