GoFit Foam Roller

Last night I picked up this little diddy! The Go Fit foam roller! I am pretty sure I was in dire need of this since I have been running so much lately. My legs have been sore in different places all over from the miles I have been logging. When I got home, I threw this bad boy on the ground and started rolling around on it.ย 
It felt gOoOoOoD. Especially on my back. I feel like when I run I keep my shoulders tense and all that tension just sits on the back of my shoulders. I either need a massage everyday or I need to roll around on this guy to work it out. While I would like daily massages, I feel the foam roller was a more economical choice!
It came with an instructional DVD which was nice to have someone walk me through some of the exercises. I kind of feel the DVD cost more than the foam roller in theory! $25 for a piece of foam and a burned DVD. They must be making a KILLING! But if it works, it was money well spent! I am going to use it after my runs from now on and see how it works!
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  • Reply SuperDave April 22, 2009 at 3:41 am

    Thanks for stopping by!
    Yes this running thing is rather addicting. You seem to be quite the speedster too and you just started. I hear Broad Street is alot of fun. Knocking out that 10 miler will you have ready for your half too.
    With your lacrosse background if anyone gets in your way you can just knock them over!
    OMG not another green moster drinker!

  • Reply Lacey Nicole April 22, 2009 at 12:49 pm

    i got this same one over the weekend! it is making a huge difference ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Reply Oh She Glows April 22, 2009 at 3:04 pm

    Ohh I have been wanting to get one of these for so long! Thanks for reminding me ๐Ÿ™‚

    Love the green monsters…hehehe!

  • Reply Nicolette Kenna May 5, 2013 at 5:00 am

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