Está muy bien, era lo que esperaba
Tried it out for the first time after viewing Mark Perry's excellent BuiltLean Youtube video. The roller does a great job of getting at those muscles that support the spine but I should have started with the softer green ball. I can roll the ball with the hips elevated but can't do the laying flat in one spot. Even then I can only do it for about 1 minute and have to take a break. I have used a foam roller but the rad roller is a whole new dimension. Will continue to use it daily as I think it will be easier with more usage and help my posture.
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If you suffer from those horrible hot stabbing knots under your shoulder blades these work. Although painful when lying on the balls the payoff is worth it. I've paid chiropractors & massage therapists bought multiple massage type gadgets. Using The Rad roller (medium firmness) once a week keeps the stabbing pain away. The pressure releases the knot so stick with it for results.
use a variety of massage balls and tools in my Pilates studio. The double roller is a favorite. I have used the TR8 Activ8r for a number of years, and wanted to purchase more. RAD appears to have purchased TR8, so I thought I'd try their product. The RAD roller does seem to be essentially the same as the Activ8r, but it is smaller. The XL RAD roller seems to be about the same size as the Activ8r. Silly product names aside, the roller is a good, medium-firm density product. It works especially well for rolling on either side of the spine (leaning against a wall).
Got. Please, pack them with more bubbles between pillow and mat. And take care, that couriers don't step on them. Maybe, if they will be in paper boxes, they will be more carefule with them?