Do you have above-average muscle mass and deep trigger points? Then you are a candidate for our most extreme roller, the Orange. Similar to a lacrosse ball - but better! - this 2.5" ball hones right in on the trigger points buried way down in your muscles. And with the Armaid's leverage-based design, you won't exhaust your hands and arms trying to find and attend to them.
Do you have trigger points that are just a bit too deep for your White Roller? Then you may want to switch up to the Yellow Roller. The slightly larger yellow ball in the center (1.25") gives you a critical differential for digging down to trigger points in the middle layers of your arm muscles. And, just like the White roller, you can use it as a mainstay of your recovery journey for circulatory or trigger point massage therapy.
Do you struggle with tendinitis in the bony wrist or elbow areas? Then it's time to pull out the Grey Roller. Its three rubber 1" balls are soft enough to give around bones and not be too hard on the thin sheathing around your tendons in the wrist and elbow. Of course, you can also use this attachment for your two standard therapies, circulatory massage and trigger point massage. Wear a thin long-sleeved shirt or lubricate your arms with massage oil when using this roller for the most comfortable experience.
Do you have low muscle mass? Or are you suffering from forearm pump? Then you need a gentle roller that won't exert too much pressure. The Black Roller is our softest roller and just right for these uses - its three 1" foam pieces tenderly stroke your arm during circulatory massage or while removing excess cellular fluid ("pump").
Are you just beginning your recovery journey? Then you'll want to start with the White Roller. This roller is made of three 1" hard plastic balls strung on a flexible rod. You'll use it first for exploratory circular massage in your arm, to locate your trigger points. Then, using the center ball of the roller, you'll apply focused pressure on those trigger points. The White Roller will get you going on a path to recovery and regular muscle maintenance.