Rolga Foam Roller

Simply Sit On It

With various angles of pressure, Rollga does not require the need to roll. Just sit on it and alleviate low back pain.

Rest Your Wrists

Place the Rollga on your lap and roll your forearms for immediate relief caused from texting and working at a desk.

Huddle Over The Hips

Press the end of the Rollga down into your hip to unlock tension in the hip-flexors. Lean over the top for more compression. This position could also be performed while standing up.

Cuddle Your Rollga

The round end of the Rollga makes for a perfect compression tool. Place the Rollga on the front of the shoulder and give a squeeze. Then rock the Rollga around to release stress in your shoulders.

Lie Back & Relax

Release tension in your neck and shoulders. It’s as simple as replacing your pillow with the Rollga for one minute.

Calves or Gastrocnemius Rollga Exercise

Place the Rollga roller under your calves. Zone 3. Roll from just before your knee to your Achilles Tendon. Hold tight spots for 30 to 45 seconds or until pain and tightness in the calves diminish. Do not roll behind your knee.

Shins or Anterior Tibialis Rollga Exercise

Begin on your hands and knees. Your hands should be on the floor near your knees. Place the roller under your ankles. Lift your hips upward and feel the roller glide along your shins as you extend your legs outward into a plank position. Roll front to back to find the tender areas. Hold tight spots for 30 to 45 seconds or until pain diminishes. For an advanced technique, lift one leg off the roller and engage your core to keep your leg and back parallel to the floor as you roll. You may also cross your ankles stacking one leg over the other as you roll.

Quadricep Rollga Exercise

Lie on your stomach with roller placed just above your your knees. Elbows are bent and forearms are flat agains the floor. In a plank position, engage your abdominal muscles and keep your glutes tight to prevent your body from sagging. Push with your forearms and roll across your thighs to your pelvic bone, then back again. Avoid rolling knees.

IT Band and TFL Rollga Exercise

Start by lying on your side without the rollga roller. align your elbow, hip and ankle in a straight line. Position the roller under your hip and place your top leg in front for support. Roll from the top of your hip to just before the knee. Stay on the outside Zone 3.

Adductors Rollga Exercise

Lying on your side place your leg over zone 2 of the roller. Roll your hips from left to right, while supplying a downward pressure.

Glute and Piriformis Rollga Exercise

Sit on your Rollga roller with legs extended. Lean and tip to the outside contour of the Rollga. Starting with lower part of the glute, roll to the upper part. Keeping your body slightly tilted allows you to focus on one glute at a time.

Neck Exercise With A Rollga

Lie flat on your back and place the Rollga roller under your neck on zone 1. Tilt your head straight back, as if you are drawing an imaginary line on the ceiling north and south with your nose. Then lift and turn your head 45 degrees and relax. Finally, turn your head another 45 degrees and relax. You may also use the outside zone 3 for a deeper massage. Do not aggressively roll the neck, it is delicate and only needs a very small amount of pressure.

Latissimus Dorsi Rollga Exercise

Lying on your side with the Rollga roller placed under your armpit in zone 3. Keep your arm outstretched, thumb up and legs extended with the top leg crossed over your bottom leg. Roll from your armpit to your waist.

Bridge For Low Back Pain With A Rollga

Start by lying flat on your back. Lift your hips and plance the Rollga Roller Zone 3 under your tailbone. Place your hands to your sides for support. Lower your legs and allow your hips to open up.

Forearm Rollga Exercise

Place the Rollga roller in front of you, and from a kneeling position rest your arms on zone 3 at your wrists. Roll across your forearm to your elbows.

Back Rollga Exercise
(Trapezius & Erector Spinae)

Place the Rollga roller behind on your back, just above the shoulder blades. Your spine should be aligned with zone 1. Place your arms either supporting your head or extended out behind. Use your legs to push and roll from your shoulders to the middle of your back, roughly at your last rib, then return up towards your shoulders. Roll slow, this is about deep breathing and slow control. Do not press and hold tight spots. Do not roll your lower back, your muscles will tighten up to protect your spine in this region.

Why Does Rollga Have Contours and Curves?

Rollga is a cross-directional foam roller designed to stabilize the hips, align the back, and increase range-of-motion. The Rollga foam roller is ideal for muscle recovery, fascial health, and functional restoration of movement. Ordinary foam rollers cause discomfort and pain due to the unfitting design. This groovy foam roller is designed and contoured to fit your body and reach trigger points that are difficult to reach with an ordinary roller.

Our entire body is consumed with connective tissue called, Fascia. Just like anything in our body, connective tissue degenerates and breaks down over time. The degeneration of fascia can be accelerated with repetitive overuse, stress or injury. Rollga is a high-quality foam roller that brings regeneration to damaged tissue, by influencing circulation of oxygen-rich blood flow. Rollga will prevent fascia from becoming unhealthy. By restoring your fascia, you will restore your mobility.

Rollga’s Key Features

  • Protects the Spine, Hips, Shins, & Achilles
  • Cross-Directionally Targets Trigger Points
  • Naturally Restores Fascia Lubrication
  • Restoration of Movement
  • Stimulates Oxygen-Rich Blood Flow for Healing
  • Omni-Directional Force Reduces Fascial Fuzz
  • The Only Targeted Joint Relief Roller
  • All the Benefits of a Flat/Bumpy Roller & More
  • And Gets Fast Results in Less Time