Foam rolling has become an increasingly popular technique for athletes and fitness enthusiasts to relieve muscle tension and soreness. However, not all foam rolling methods and products are created equal. The Rollga Method and Rollga Products have gained attention in the fitness industry for their innovative approach to foam rolling. Now, Rollga is offering a certification program to teach trainers and coaches how to use their products and method effectively.
Rollga, a Minnesota-based company, was founded by Taggart Downare in 2015. After suffering a back injury and shin splints from running marathons, Downare found that traditional foam rollers were not effective in addressing his pain and discomfort. He began experimenting with different materials and designs and eventually developed Rollga, a unique foam roller that contours to the body and provides targeted pressure relief.
The Rollga roller has a patented shape with three curves and multiple zones that can be used to target different areas of the body. The roller is made from high-quality EPP foam, which is more durable and long-lasting than traditional foam rollers. Rollga also offers other products, such as massage balls and yoga blocks, to complement their foam roller.
The Rollga Method is a system of foam rolling that combines self-massage, stretching, and mobility exercises. The method is designed to help people achieve better posture, reduce pain and inflammation, and improve athletic performance. The Rollga Method is based on the principles of myofascial release, a technique that involves applying pressure to the connective tissue that surrounds muscles and organs.
Rollga's certification program is designed to teach trainers and coaches how to use the Rollga Method and Rollga Products with their clients. The program is available both online and in-person and covers topics such as anatomy and physiology, injury prevention, and marketing strategies. Participants in the certification program will receive a Rollga Trainer Toolkit, which includes a Rollga roller, massage balls, and access to online training resources.
The certification program is open to anyone who wants to learn more about the Rollga Method, including personal trainers, physical therapists, yoga instructors, and massage therapists. Rollga's founder, Taggart Downare, believes that the certification program will help trainers and coaches provide better service to their clients.
"By becoming certified in the Rollga Method, trainers and coaches can offer a more effective and efficient way to help their clients improve their mobility and reduce pain," Downare said. "The Rollga Method is a game-changer in the fitness industry, and we're excited to share it with more people."
Rollga's certification program has already gained attention in the fitness industry. Several fitness professionals have completed the certification program and have praised the Rollga Method and Rollga Products.
"Rollga is the perfect tool for any trainer or coach who wants to help their clients improve their mobility and reduce pain," said Rachel Cosgrove, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and owner of Results Fitness in California. "The Rollga Method is easy to learn, and the Rollga roller is the most effective foam roller I've ever used."
Rollga's certification program is also attracting interest from gyms and fitness studios. Several gyms have already partnered with Rollga to offer the Rollga Method to their clients.
"Partnering with Rollga has been a great way for us to differentiate ourselves from other gyms and offer something unique to our clients," said Jeff Merrill, owner of TFW Santa Cruz, a gym in California. "The Rollga Method has been a huge hit with our clients, and we're excited to continue offering it as part of our services."
Rollga's certification program is just one example of how the fitness industry is evolving to meet the needs of consumers. As more people become interested in fitness and wellness, there is a growing demand for innovative products and methods that can help people achieve their goals. Rollga's foam roller and the Roll