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RistRoller Review + Giveaway!

*This post is sponsored by RistRoller! I was sent the product to review and all opinions are my own.

Y’all know I’m no stranger to foam rolling. I own over 5 foam rollers. Five! Foam rolling is one of those things I know if I slack on, my body starts hurting (and my massage therapist starts chastising me!). Yes, it hurts and it’s better than being injured. 

One thing I’ve been struggling with is rolling out the smaller kinks on my body. I have a regular sized foam roller, a 32″ one, trigger balls, etc but they just don’t work very well when it comes to my wrists, forearms, and feet. Enter the RistRoller! It’s small, easy to bring around with you, and works like a charm!

At work, I shelf books all day and am on my feet then I go run my butt off afterwards. The RistRoller is so convenient to just throw into my bag and take it out to use during my work break or use it after my run. The RistRoller is 1.5″ in diameter and 5.75″ tall.

The RistRoller is great for releasing tension in the muscles and fascia after a long day at work or after a hard run. (Rolling your feet can help loosen your hamstrings too!)

Oh man, my feet are so happy to be rolled out. Thanks @ristroller!

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I’ve also started bringing it with me to school so I can roll out my wrist and forearm during class and my feet while I’m studying at the library afterwards. Being so convenient to carry around, I literally have no excuse to not take it out and roll out the small kinks I have in hard to reach places with my larger rollers.

Verdict: For $12.99, it’s worth having in your bag for on-the-go rolling.

Want to try a Rist Roller? Rist Roller is giving away a free one! Enter below 🙂 This is for Canada/US only.

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30 thoughts on “RistRoller Review + Giveaway!

  1. Aww, so cute!!! I have a reg one and the Stick (as well as a lacross ball, tennis ball, racquet ball) and have just gotten back into using them again (bad me!)

  2. I use my roller every few days, usually when I do a longer run (5+ miles). I need to get better about doing it more consistently!

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