The BackBaller Foam Roller Features

The whole sporting world has come to realise the tremendous benefit of kneading out tight muscles via the foam roller. The Baller now takes this to the next level putting you the user in total control over the force applied in a controlled and comfortable manner. While primarily its designed to free tightness in the back it actually works a dream for all major muscle groups.

Sonia

“The brilliance of the BackBaller
is its simplicity yet effectiveness.
It’s just so good.”

– Sonia O’Sullivan

Jenna

“Owning a
BackBaller is like
having a full time
Physical Therapist”

– Jenna Bromell
International Athlete

Eddie

“I’d highly recommend BackBaller to
anyone who’s serious about their sport”

– Eddie Dunbar
Pro Cyclist (Axeon–Hagens Berman)

20min-program-heading The BackBaller® is specifically designed to self-treat muscles in your upper & lower back. Due to the stability & control offered it goes beyond & is now the foremost product to knead out all muscle groups. For optimum benefit follow our 20min program regularly & unlock the door to your athletic potential.
Features:

Features:

  1. Ergonomic Design
  2. Neoprene Grip Pads
  3. Steel Ball-Bearings
  4. Outstanding Smooth Rolling
  5. High Density EVA Foam Rollers
  6. Contoured to minimize spinal contact
1 Back

1 Back

Hitting his upper and lower back by shifting the points of downward force in a completely comfortable/controlled manner.

2 Upper Back

2 Upper Back

3 Lats

3 Lats

4 Loosening the Glutes

4 Loosening the Glutes

Tight here is the cause of all hip pain/injury.

5 Hamstring

5 Hamstring

Getting into the hamstring.

6 Targeting the IT Bands

6 Targeting the IT Bands

Tight IT Bands are the main culprit of that dreaded Runner’s Knee.

7 Hitting the Quads

7 Hitting the Quads

Completely in control over the massage & preasure applied.

8 Groin

8 Groin

9 Rolling the Calf

9 Rolling the Calf

Focused on the body of the muscle.

10 No more shin splints

10 No more shin splints

Tibialis Anterior Muscle

That's how recovery is done!

That's how recovery is done!

Back, Hamstring, Groin, IT Band, Quads, Calf, Shin & Glute.