Carnegie Eva Grid Roller - ø 33x13 Pilates roller for individual training
For effective fitness training
This high-quality massage roll from Carnegie is ideally suited for the prevention and treatment of muscle ailments, as well as for the solution of adhesions of the fascia.
But what are fascias? Fascia are the soft components of the connective tissue. They permeate our entire body and cover muscles, organs and bones. This gives our body shape and structure. Fascia tissue can be found in every part of our body. If fascias are stuck together, this can lead to different symptoms. Common complaints are: joint, neck and back pain. By means of a targeted massage, the bonding of the fascia can be loosened or prevented.
This role allows you to reach deeper tissue layers and treat them effectively. Since the fascia net is located directly under the skin, it can be easily influenced from the outside. Through a selective massage, adhesions, tensions or hardening of your fascia can be loosened. The dimensionally stable massage roller has an optimum degree of hardness for loosening your fascia.
The castor is particularly suitable for pre and post-exercise treatment. This prevents muscular cramps and, in the best case, even prevents unpopular muscle aches. The yoga roll is particularly easy to care for so that you can quickly and easily remove sweat and other dirt from the roll after use. The material can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth. The material is non-slip and abrasion-resistant, particularly kind to the skin and free of any harmful substances.
The advantage of our training role
This role is completely free of plasticizers and other harmful substances.
The application and objectives of the fascial role
The application of the hard foam roll in the training therapeutic framework aims to improve body perception, balance, mobility and strength. The use of the hard foam roller for self-massage is to be emphasized. With the help of their own body weight and the hard foam roll, pressure is exerted on hardenings in the skeletal muscles with the aim of relieving muscle tensions and increasing blood circulation. The role can be used for yoga, pilates, balance, fitness and gymnastics exercises. These are often also used in physiotherapy and rehabilitation to train shoulder, back and pelvic area.