How Does Rollga Work

Rollga: Foam Rolling

Foam rolling is a modern world fitness technique that has traditionally used by the professional athletes, coaches and therapists. Rollga is the foam roller specially designed for people at all levels of fitness. Foam rolling is used for reducing trigger points and pain in body. Trigger points are small knots of muscles within the body. Trigger points are unique and can be recognized easily because they refer pain.


A combination of tools may be necessary to properly release trigger points such as using Rollga, different size balls or by your own hands. By applying pressure to the trigger points on the body and you will aid the recovery of muscle and assist in returning them to healthy, elastic, and ready to perform position. Rollga foam rollers have a unique patented design that helps your body obtaining quick results with more comfort and ease by bypassing the bone structure, such as spine, shoulder blades, shins and hips, and hard to access trigger points. Rollga also allows for muscle displacement and protect from the damaging shift and pressure. 

It is always recommended to consult your physician or physical therapists before any kind of self foam rolling technique.

How Does Rollga Work?

 Rollga protects your nerves and comfortably guides your muscles through its unique body shaped curves. Your nerves and tissues do not pinch on Rollga. The deep compression of rolling helps to break up or relax tight muscles. Our bodies are round and have curves, so should foam rollers. Rollga forms to your body and massage muscle at 45 degree angle, pulling and stretching the fascia for a more therapeutic and relaxing experience. 

Secrets Of Using Foam Rollers:

  • To foam roll properly apply moderate pressure to your fascia, a muscle or muscle group using your bodyweight.
  • Ideally, you should roll slowly no more than one inch per second or even slower for optimum results; however, faster also has benefits on warmup.
  • If the area is too painful to apply direct pressure than slowly roll the areas around the painful area.
  • Pain, burning or ‘strange’ uncomfortableness should be avoided - When you find areas that are painful, don’t roll that area, if its tight, pause for several seconds and relax as much as possible.
  • Foam rolling goal is to restore healthy muscles, it is not a pain tolerance test. Be careful.
  • Never roll a joint or bone.
  • Avoid rolling your lower back.
  • When choosing foam rollers, product density is very important. Foam rollers cannot be too soft or too hard, the density depends on the therapy wanted, the body part, if there is injury and type of activity.
  • Roll towards your heart whenever possible to allow blood to move freely through the one-way valves in your veins. 

Who Does Rollga Work

***Disclaimer: Rollga is neither a medical device nor intended as a treatment for medical conditions. This product does not cure medical ailments or illnesses. No information provided by Rollga manufacturer or its distributors, whether written or verbal or provided in these instructions, in brochures, in websites or otherwise, is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Ask your health care professional if Rollga is right for you. Rollga has not been evaluated by the FDA.

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