Long Backboned Foam Roller. Relaxes Every Tight Muscle in Your Body

The Ultimate in Pressure Point Muscle Relief

The Gator Tail is the new extra long luxury deep tissue massage foam roller that has been created to give you the ultimate in pressure point muscle relief. At 45 cm (18inches) long the Gator’s specially designed 360º tough ridges work deep into your tissue enabling you to push yourself to work out harder, for longer. The Gator is designed and made to exacting standards featuring 20mm thick eva foam and high density core to take up to 270kg without its ridges compressing. The Gator comes with full video based instructions,

This new exciting range of premium quality rollers are perfect for targeting muscle pain relief, sports injury, P90X, cross fitness and myofascial release. The Gator not only offers extreme performance and good looks, it’s tough and comes protected by a 12 month guarantee
The Ultimate in Pressure Point Muscle Relief

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Gator Tales

Annabel Rivkin rolls over for her GatorTail

Annabel Rivkin rolls over for her GatorTail

A couple of weeks ago I put my back out. That makes me sound 150 years old. It made me feel 150, too. Listen, I don’t know if I actually ‘put it out’ because what does that even mean and who has time or money for an osteopath/chiropractor/charlatan?
January 09, 2019 Author
Boost your performance with foam rollers

Boost your performance with foam rollers

Sports people and professional athletes have been using foam rollers as part of their competition preparation and recovery for many years. Sports therapists have been using them going back as far as 1987 but it’s only recently that they have exploded onto the fitness scene with any magnitude.
February 24, 2016 Author
The Amazing Benefits of Foam Rolling

The Amazing Benefits of Foam Rolling

It’s probably fair to say that foam rolling was shrouded in a little mystery, being confined to the realm of the mystical and mysterious and was seen strictly as a technique reserved and even preserved for professional athletes, coaches and therapists...
February 24, 2016 Author