The BLACKROLL® DUOBALL 08 is one of BLACKROLL®'s best-sellers. The combination of two massage balls makes this fascia ball perfect for a soothing massage of parallel muscle strands. The bony prominences, especially the spinous processes of the spine, are simply left out by the recess, so you can massage your back, neck, shoulders, arms and legs. Thanks to its size and shape, you can also use the DUOBALL massage ball for self-massage of your shins, arms and shoulders. Bone structures are not affected. In contrast to the DUOBALL 12, this fascia ball has a smaller diameter of 8 centimetres and is therefore also suitable for selective self-massage.
The massage ball is the perfect training tool for targeted self-massage to treat muscle tension independently. You can regulate the pressure with your body weight to reach superficial or deeper muscles.
You can use it completely independently. A wall, a table or the floor are sufficient to perform a massage.
Lightweight recovery tool in mini size is ideal for relieving tension. Thanks to its length of 15 cm, the small fascia roller is particularly suitable for self-massage of arms and feet - on the move or in the office.
The MINI can be used particularly well in everyday life: people who work in front of a screen, for example, benefit from an occasional massage of the forearms or soles of the feet, which can prevent or relieve tension.
The STANDARD massage roller is ideal for people who want to improve their mobility and specifically treat muscle pain. The foam roller is a real classic which is not only suitable for self-massage for back and neck recovery, but also as a functional training device to strengthen the deep muscles of the body.
With its convenient size and ease of use, the STANDARD massage roller is the perfect companion whether you use it at home, at the gym or on the road. The STANDARD roller is the ideal tool for self-massage of the back, neck, trunk, thigh or calf muscles. It does not replace an experienced therapist, but it can perfectly complement some traditional treatment methods, such as physical therapy, connective tissue massage, osteopathy and rolfing.