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A versatile foam roller intended for use during and after workouts to massage or manipulate different muscle groups.

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Sturdy

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Excellent for injuries

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The Grid, by Trigger Point Performance, is a versatile foam roller intended for use during and after workouts to massage or manipulate different muscle groups. One main feature is the so-called "Distrodensity Zones", which means that the surface material is of varying widths and densities so as to allow for a massage tailored to individuals' needs. This is intended to simulate the varying types of pressure that would be applied by a massage therapist. It is fairly compact compared to some competing rollers, and can support up to 500 pounds of weight. The outer foam material is EVA-based, and the internal region is actually a hollow core, which helps with rigidity. This product is targeted at people who experience muscle soreness after any type of exercise, or for those whose physiotherapist or other medical caregiver have suggested such a product.
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Features

  • Various sizes available (see below)
  • Durable design withstands constant, heavy, and repeated use
  • Made with EVA foam
  • Rigid and hollow core
  • Matrix of different densities and firmness
  • Simulates professional massages
  • Reduces muscle soreness
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Color Options

  • Black
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • Camouflage
  • Lime
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Styles

  • Grid 2.0 (26-Inch)
  • Mini (5-Inch)
  • Original (13-Inch)
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the mini size intended for? Is it just for smaller body parts?

    The mini version is mainly intended for travel. It can target the same muscle groups as the larger versions, though it may take longer. It is significantly smaller, however.

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