The GRID, by Trigger Point Performance, is a versatile and comprehensive foam roller, with unique Distrodensity Zones, a matrix of varying widths and densities that allows for a precision massage based on individual needs. Just as a massage therapist uses different parts of the hand and arm to manipulate different muscle groups, The GRID's Distrodensity Foam Zones enable you to apply varying amounts of pressure to massage and release tight muscles.
At 13" long by 5" diameter, the compact GRID is highly portable and yet still able to support up to 500 pounds.
The GRID is designed for athletes and people of all types and skill levels, from distance runners to professional athletes to yoga enthusiasts to those simply seeking to keep active. It's an ideal tool for massaging lats, quads, lower back, or any other large muscle group, or achieving a challenging core body workout.
The GRID Revolutionary Foam Roller
Forget everything you've known about traditional foam rolling - The GRID is here, and it's going to take foam rolling to a whole new level
The Grid features:
The Matrix & Distrodensity Zones:
Core body workout versatility:
We designed The GRID for athletes and people of all types - from long distance runners and endurance athletes to Crossfit competitors and major league sports players to soccer moms and yoga enthusiasts.
Whether you're looking to massage your lats, quads, lower back, or any other large muscle group, or trying to achieve a killer core body workout, The GRID is certain to suit your needs. The GRID is the most versatile and comprehensive foam roller and workout tool available.
For those athletes and users that are looking for a more intensive and targeted Trigger Point massage experience, be sure to check out products like: the TP Massage Ball, Footballer, and Quadballer.
What are trigger points?
Trigger points are tiny knots that develop in a muscle when it's injured or overworked, and are commonly a cause of most joint point. They've been known to lead to headaches, neck and jaw pain, lower back pain, tennis elbow, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Based on the discoveries of Drs. Janet Travell and David Simons, in which they found the causal relationship between chronic pain and its source, myofascial trigger point therapy is used to relieve muscular pain through stretching and applied pressure to trigger points. Trigger point therapy, such as that achieved using Trigger Point Performance products, can relieve muscular aches and pains in association with these areas. It can also assist with the redevelopment of muscles and restoration of motion to joints.