This tool has been the ABSOLUTE BEST ROLLER for releasing fascia and relieving tightness and pain. I have become more flexible in my yoga practice, recover more quickly from intense workouts and extreme adventures, and have far less injuries. - Marisa A.
Rad Roller has been a staple in our recovery. We've been using the products for quite some time and to be honest....we don't leave home without them. These massage roller balls have been instrumental in getting our bodies back after a tough workout. You know that sore feeling you get when you have one of those leg burners? Yeah...we feel you!
Rad Roller says the "Original RAD Roller is where it all began. Its texture is soft enough to use on more sensitive areas like your neck, yet hard enough to unlock tougher muscles like your back, legs and everywhere else you’re ready to roll."
Simply put you can always use a Rad Roller and they come in a variety of densities and sizes. So which Rad Roller recovery massage ball is right for you? Good question! Here is a great way to summation to help you pick the right one.
The Original (Blue) is the standard and staple for muscle recovery. The Soft (Green) is for people that are new to recovery rollers and need a bit more sensitive of a feel. Don't worry...we all have a green one as sometimes it's nice on the muscles. Lastly, in the smaller size roller balls the Stiff (Black) roller balls are for those that can take the heat....or in this case the firmness of the ultimate massage.
Use with the Rad Block for additional leverage and stability. So don't forget to grab the Block!
Want to work on your lower back? Do you have a bigger frame that you are looking to help recover? They have this covered too with the RAD Roller XL. This massage ball is 30% bigger than the standard size and offer a great amount of lumbar stability. Again - don't forget the Block for even more stability!
Rad Roller Specs for (XL):
Rad Roller Specs for (Original - Soft - Stiff):
After our workouts, we like to make time (yes...this means you need to make time!!) to stretch and roll out the legs and back. We usually try and roll out 3-4 times per week if your an athlete that runs tight. Start in very small amounts of time and work into a routine. Your body will thank you!