Blackroll (Package Name: com.windhund.clients.blackroll) is developed by BLACKROLL® and the latest version of BLACKROLL® Fascia Stretching, Flexibility Training 2.23.2 was updated on May 21, 2021. BLACKROLL® Fascia Stretching, Flexibility Training is in the category of Health & Fitness. You can check all apps from the developer of BLACKROLL® Fascia Stretching, Flexibility Training and find 164 alternative apps to BLACKROLL® Fascia Stretching, Flexibility Training on Android. Currently this app is for free. This app can be downloaded on Android 7.1+ on APKFab or Google Play. All APK/XAPK files on APKFab.com are original and 100% safe with fast download.
💪 Do you want to improve your daily training, posture, flexibility & physical performance?
🧘♂️ Are you looking for relaxation exercises for your muscles or against your back pain, neck pain, knees pain or shoulders pain?
🎯 Here you will find versatile & highly efficient exercises for your daily full body workout at home: fascial training, self-massage, stretching, regeneration & functional training with BLACKROLL® products - all free of charge.
😍 Now you can create a BLACKROLL® account to benefit even further!
Why fascia training?
The rolling & stretching of the muscles improves the flexibility of your body. The fascia structure is preserved, resulting in better mobility, posture & muscle strength. Fascia training also ensures less pain & higher physical performance. Exercises with fascia rolls relax your body. You will find over 190 exercises for back training, stretching exercises, relaxation exercises for neck & shoulders.
Quick facts about fascia
Fascia connects all connective tissues (i.e. muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments & blood) & holds the whole body together. There are four different types of fascia (structural, intersectoral, visceral & spinal), but they are all connected. When fascia is healthy, it is flexible & pliable and your entire body and health can benefit from that.
Advantages of fascia training
improved blood circulation
faster recovery during sports activities
reduced risk of injury
less everyday pain
improved sporting performance
The right exercises before & after training can play an important role in your training routine. Rolling out before exercise prepares the body for greater effort & improves training results. The risk of injury is reduced & cramps are prevented.
After training, stretching & cool down rolling relaxes your muscles & improves your fasci structure. This in turn reduces sore muscles.
Fasciae support your body structures including the spine. For this reason, the use of fascia rolls is recommended for many types of pain such as back pain or neck pain. Research shows that stretching exercises improve blood circulation in muscles & joints, which can help to heal & relieve pain.
In the BLACKROLL® App you will find exercises for the cervical spine, back exercises or scoliosis exercises. You will also find easy to understand herniated disc exercises or exercises for the cervical & lumbar spine.
Stretching of the upper body at: chest & thorax pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, impingement syndrome, thoracic spine syndrome (BWS),
Stretching of the lower body: back pain, runner's knee, knee pain, lumbago, hip pain, calf pain: loosen hardened calves, heel pain,
Whole body stretching: slipped disc, scoliosis
Daily routines by sport discipline
Warm-up exercises in the morning
Workouts to warm up & cool down for various sports like running or golf, and much more.
What can you find in the app?
⚈ Training with the original BLACKROLL® products
🏃 Workouts for various sports & functional training
💪 Training routines for pain relief for selected body parts
🔍 Over 190 exercises to choose from
🏃 Animations & videos that make your training easier
🧘 Easy selection of the muscle groups to be trained
🤸 Warm-Up & Cool-Down exercises for sportsmen & athletes, agility training, stretching for runners
🚴 Dynamic stretching, stretching exercises to increase physical flexibility
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Blackroll 2.23.2 Update
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