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Pro-Roller

$25.42
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Item #
081700715

Professional-quality foam roller designed for heavy and repeated use in multi-user environments. The Pro-Roller was created for the demands of physical therapy and sports medicine clinics, or busy Pilates and yoga studios, and built to outperform and outlast open-cell and non-EVA store model foam...
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  • Cleans easily with a disinfecting wipe or wet cloth 
  • Use mild dish washing soap or laundry detergent
  • Closed cell, heat-molded EVA foam technology
  • 36"L x 3"H
Details
Brand OPTP
Shipping Weight 2.000000
UNSPSC 42251600

Professional-quality foam roller designed for heavy and repeated use in multi-user environments. The Pro-Roller was created for the demands of physical therapy and sports medicine clinics, or busy Pilates and yoga studios, and built to outperform and outlast open-cell and non-EVA store model foam rollers. EVA foam technology won't break down, and helps improve sanitary conditions with easy cleaning between patients or clients. Use it for proprioceptive exercise in balance and stability, or to roll out trigger points, knots and areas of increased muscle density. Ideal for applying sweeping strokes to long muscle groups like calves, adductors, and quadriceps, as well as small, directed force to areas like the TFL, IT Band, hip rotators, and gluteus medius.

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