Trigger Point Performance has released its GRID 2.0 foam roller – the newest product in the company’s SMRT-CORE line of self-therapy and life-enhancement tools. The GRID 2.0 foam roller is twice the size of the original GRID foam roller, and is aimed toward people who desire greater body support and comfort during their workout.
“In a clinical setting, a longer foam roller has been used for years, and to some people, size does matter,” said Cassidy Phillips, CEO/founder of Trigger Point Performance. “You’ll get additional support from the GRID 2.0 foam roller, and that will be ideal for many current GRID foam roller users – depending on their size and fitness goals.”
The foam roller uses SMRT-CORE programming, which ‘combines self-myofascial release techniques, core integration and functional stabilization to restore and strengthen the entire body.’
The GRID 2.0 foam roller also features environmentally-friendly technology and is built to withstand a higher impact than traditional foam rollers without breaking down. However, Phillips pinpoints the tool’s 3-D distrodensity zones as the ultimate difference-maker.
“The GRID 2.0 foam roller is designed with our patented series of varied densities patterns in order to mirror the feeling of an actual massage,” Phillips said. “At the same time, the GRID 2.0 foam roller has channels to distribute blood and oxygen through the tissue as you roll on it. No other product on the market gives you the same benefit.”
As an endurance athlete with fibromyalgia (muscle and tissue pain), Phillips originally created Trigger Point products to manage his own pain. Today, the company offers more than a dozen products and programs that help elite and everyday athletes alleviate pain, recover faster and build stronger bodies. Phillips works with Trigger Point users worldwide, empowering them to combine the products and SMRT-CORE programming for healthier, more active lifestyles.
The GRID 2.0 foam roller has an MSRP of US$64.99 and can be purchased online at www.tptherapy.com/shop.