Rumble Roller is a new kind and upgraded version of foam rollers. They are really much better and a lot more effective compared to typical foam roller due to the 'bumps' on it. While the appearance of the Rumble Roller look funny, many are curious what it does and how it is better. This document will give you a general understanding the reasons athletes and trainers are trashing their foam rollers and getting to the Rumble Roller, regardless of its look.
What is a Rumble Roller?
The Rumble Roller is actually much like the regular foam roller, except its far more powerful and more effective. These come in 2 sizes; compact (5" x 12") and full-size (6" x 31"). They are great for minimizing muscles discomfort and tightness. The quality and materials used to make them are top-notch, which makes them extremely long lasting. The core of the Rumble Roller is 'solid' composed of resilient grade of high density EVA foam, rather than 'hollow' like the foam roller. And of course, the bumps on the surface is what makes the Rumble Roller unique and effective. The bumps enable the roller to reach parts that smooth rollers can’t reach. It really works on deeper layers of muscles, stretch your fascia in multiple directions and more effective at releasing points. Lots of people are concerns of the bumpy surface as they simply appear very unpleasant and 'scary'. However, that is not true, because of the way the bumps flex. It only takes a very short period of time to get adapted to the Rumble Roller. But if you haven’t used a foam roller before, then you will feel the pain at the beginning, and will get used to it over time.