Fascia rollers are still considered the non plus ultra for rolling out in the event of tension or for regeneration after sport. With the new fascia wood from ARTZT vitality you are not only doing something for your health, you are also relieving the burden on the environment. The rolling pin consists of German beech wood, which was processed in a factory and surface-treated by hand. The large roller is ideal for use on large muscle groups such as the back, thighs or calves.
In the middle of the massage roller there is a recess that relieves the spine during fascia exercises for the back. Two straps made of skin-friendly silicone ensure the right grip during fascial fitness, which keeps the wooden roller in the track, prevents it from slipping and also protects your floor when rolling.
Why fascia training?
Most of us are familiar with pain and tension. Especially after a long day in the office, the back hurts quite often. But instead of throwing yourself on the couch in the evening, try fascia training. Because often the pain and stiffness of muscles and joints stem from glued and matted fascia. A treatment with a fascia roller can help by making the tissue supple and flexible again through the rolling and the pressure.
The ARTZT vitality fascia wood is suitable for everyone who values design and sustainability. It is manufactured and finished by hand. Colored lacquers are deliberately avoided, instead the wood is oiled and waxed and thus retains its natural warmth. Only beech wood from local forestry is used. This reduces the production and delivery routes and thus also the ecological footprint of the products. In addition, the packaging is free of plastic.
The massage tool is treated with a polish made of wax and oil so that it meets the requirements of the harmonized standard EN71.3 "Toy Directive" and is sweat and saliva-proof according to DIN 53160. The refinement combines the advantages of natural oils and waxes and is dirt-resistant, water-repellent and abrasion-resistant. It ensures a robust and impact-resistant surface and is applied by hand in a Lebenshilfe.
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