Optimized mobility through effective fascia training

Fascia training is an effective way to improve mobility and reduce pain. If you want to train your fascia, the right training equipment is crucial. On this page, we showcase our high-quality fascia training equipment that will help you on your journey to better mobility.

Fascia training is an effective way to improve mobility and reduce pain. If you want to train your fascia, the right training equipment is crucial. On this page, we showcase our high-quality... read more »
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Optimized mobility through effective fascia training

Fascia training is an effective way to improve mobility and reduce pain. If you want to train your fascia, the right training equipment is crucial. On this page, we showcase our high-quality fascia training equipment that will help you on your journey to better mobility.

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Faszio Ball local Faszio Ball local
The healthy stimulation of fasciae for everyone! The air-filled Faszio Ball – made in Germany - solves highly effective fascial adhesions and tensions, stimulates metabolism, thereby protects the vascular system and protects against an...
€5.20 *
Pilates Foamroller Premium Pilates Foamroller Premium
The Pilates Foamroller Premium from our category "Piloga". A wide range of exercises possible. This firm roll consists of durable EVA foam material. A length of 90 cm. Resists slipping away during the training. For using at the gym or at...
€59.90 *
Faszio Ball allround Faszio Ball allround
The healthy stimulation of fasciae for everyone! The air-filled Faszio Ball – made in Germany - solves highly effective fascial adhesions and tensions, stimulates metabolism, thereby protects the vascular system and protects against an...
€12.50 *
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Actiball® Actiball®
The Actiball - made in Germany - is an air-filled regeneration tool for self-massage. With a diameter of 9 cm it is easy and space saving to use. Due to a massage with the ball and under use of your own body weight adhesions and tensions...
€12.50 *
Bodybone Bodybone
Just lay on it and relax. Feel the relaxation after a hard training session or work day. An outstanding and anatomically aligned tool, the Bodybone - made in Germany - can be used methodically in any therapy and training to loosen up...
€29.90 *
Jumper Pro Jumper Pro
The Jumper Pro - the original (with base plate) for even more versatile use. The patented Jumper (European Patent No. 2092964) - made in Germany - is a multifunctional training device. An air-filled trampoline ball made of durable ruton...
€219.00 *
Pilates Half-Roll Premium 90cm Pilates Half-Roll Premium 90cm
Pilates Half-Roll Premium 90cm The Pilates half roll Premium by TOGU is ideal for proprioceptive training, fitness exercises and home workouts. The fascia roll as a half-roll enables the use of the training device for all ages. It is...
€36.90 *
Actiball® Relax Actiball® Relax
Actiball®Relax - the individually adjustable self-massage ball for fascia treatment in 3 sizes. Improve your flexibility and agility with littel time and simple exercises. The frequent use, which is easy to integrate into everyday life,...
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Fascial Fitness Ball Fascial Fitness Ball
Fascial Fitness Ball - Set of 3 The Fascial Fitness Ball in a set of 3 - made in Germany - the ideal complement to the larger fascia balls from TOGU. With different diameters and shapes, the massage balls can be used everywhere and are...
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Jumper® Jumper®
The patented Jumper (European Patent No. 2092964) - made in Germany - is a multifunctional training device. An air-filled trampoline ball made of durable ruton on a fiberglass-reinforced base plate. The material is odorless and very...
From €205.00 *
OS Roller Premium OS Roller Premium
For use in functional training and personal training. Large variety of exercises possible (support, position, seat positions). Stable foam roll made of EVA material available in 45 and 90 cm length. No slipping during the training....
From €49.90 *
Faszio Ring blue 2,5 kg Faszio Ring blue 2,5 kg
The FASZIO ring is an innovative training device - made in Germany. The weight filling of the ring enables strengthening exercises as part of the FASZIO concept and promotes mobility and well-being. The concept shows you the many...
€49.90 *
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What is fascia training?

Fascia training is a method to strengthen the entire body, improve mobility and relieve pain. It involves treating and strengthening fascia - the elastic layers of tissue that surround muscles, bones and organs.
This method uses special exercises and training equipment to stretch and strengthen the fascia. This can improve flexibility, relieve pain and reduce the risk of injury.
Fascia training is a simple and effective way to strengthen the body and mind. It is especially useful for people who frequently sit or stand for long periods of time, as it promotes blood circulation and prevents muscle shortening.

What are fasciae?

The term fascia comes from the Latin word "fascia" and means "ligament or bundle". The fascia tissue consists, among other things, of water, collagen fibers and various adhesives. This combination makes the tissue elastic and slippery. This allows muscles to move smoothly and organs to shift more easily.

Fasciae are interspersed with nerve fibers and have a direct connection to the autonomic nervous system. They can also be called "outposts of the autonomic nervous system". The autonomic nervous system controls vital functions such as breathing, digestion, heart, etc.

The fasciae shape our body. They are the changing basic matrix and adapt to different stresses of the body. They connect the whole body with each other. An agglutinated calf fascia often moves down the leg to the back and possibly even further to the shoulder.

Effects on stress

In addition to physical benefits, fascia training can also have a positive effect on stress. Consciously tensing and relaxing the fascia can create a pleasant body sensation that can help reduce stress.

When should you not do fascia training?

Although fascia training is usually safe, there are some cases where it is better not to do it. If you are suffering from an acute injury or illness, you should first talk to a doctor before starting fascial training. It can also be dangerous to do fascia training if you suffer from certain conditions such as osteoporosis or scoliosis. In these cases, you should also talk to a doctor beforehand.

 

Why is fascia training important?

Fascia training is an important way to keep your body fit and healthy. It offers many benefits, including:

Improvement of the mobility

Fascia training helps to prevent shortening of the muscles and improve mobility. This is especially important for people who often sit or stand for long periods of time.

Pain reduction

Fascia training can help with existing pain and injuries. It can also help you get rid of pain before it even occurs.

Performance improvement

Fascia training helps to improve strength and endurance. This can be especially helpful for people who exercise regularly.

Stress Relief

Fascia training can also help to reduce stress. By stretching the fascia, you can achieve a feeling of relaxation and calm.

Regeneration after training

In addition, fascia rolls can also assist in post-workout recovery by improving blood flow, thereby accelerating the healing process.

Strengthening the fasciae

Through regular fascia training, you can also improve the strength and elasticity of your fascia. This can contribute to improved posture and mobility.

How do I choose the right fascia training equipment?

If you've decided to get the most out of your body and include fascia training in your fitness routine, it's important that you choose the right equipment. Here are some factors you should consider:

- Height and weight: Check if the device is suitable for your height and weight. It is important that the equipment is comfortable to use and does not restrict you.
- Range of Use: Think about where you want to use the machine and choose one that is suitable for use at home or in the gym.
- Adjustability: check if the device is adjustable and if you can adjust it to your individual needs.
- Material quality: make sure the machine is made of high-quality materials that are durable and sturdy.
- Cost: Consider how much you want to spend and choose a device that fits your budget.

Frequently asked questions about fascia training:

1. What is fascia training?

Fascia training is a form of exercise that focuses on the fascia, the soft connective tissue structures in the body. It can lead to improved mobility and pain relief.

2. What are the benefits of fascia training?

Fascia training can improve mobility, relieve pain, reduce stress and increase physical performance.

3. How to start fascia training?

It is recommended to start with a professional trainer to make sure that the exercises are done correctly. Alternatively, you can check out our fascia training exercises.

4. How often should I do fascia training?

It is recommended to do fascia training at least 2-3 times a week to get the best results.

5. Which fascia training equipment is best?

The best fascia training equipment depends on your personal needs and goals. Popular options include fascia rollers, bands, balls and sticks.

6. Can I do fascia training at home?

Yes, fascia training can be done in the comfort of your own home as long as you have the right exercises and equipment.

7. Can fascia training help with pain?

Yes, fascial training can help with pain by strengthening and relaxing the fascia, reducing pressure on joints and muscles.

8. Is fascia training safe for everyone?

As a rule, fascia training is safe for everyone. However, you should talk to a doctor before starting if you are suffering from an acute injury or illness.

9. Who should not do fascia training?

People with acute injuries or illnesses should talk to a doctor before starting fascia training. It can also be dangerous to perform fascial training if you suffer from certain conditions such as osteoporosis or scoliosis.

10. What results can i expect from fascia training

With regular fascia training, you can expect improved mobility, pain relief and stress reduction.

 

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