Which foam roller?

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12:10pm, 19 Jan 2014
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Diogenes
Lurks. I liked the strideuk link that said a roller was the next best thing to having a sports physio living with you. I keep trying to get Mrs D to retrain but so far no luck.
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12:55pm, 19 Jan 2014
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PowerJen
I often use a 66Fit and don't find it particularly firm. It's OK for general use. I also use a really chunky one with 'teeth' or 'cogs' on a tubular piece of rigid plastic. It's called 'The Beast' and lives up to its name!

On advice of my Osteo, have been using a rolling pin and that has really sorted out my TFL muscle. But you need a pretty high pain threshold!

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