DIY Triple Foot Roller
Foot pain relief, made easy
8 of 10 Americans Experience Foot Pain
"When our feet hurt, we hurt all over"-Socrates
Half of all adults say that foot pain has restricted their activities, like walking, exercising, working, or playing with grandchildren, in some way.
83% of Active Adults will experience plantar faciitis
Plantar Faciitis is simply an inflammation of a thick band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. If you are an active person, or even if you just own some uncomfortable shoes, inflammation can prevent you from doing the things you love.
Take Care of your feet
Running, walking and standing can all contribute to foot pain and inflammatory conditions such as heel spurs and plantar faciitis. Foot rolling feels good, is easy to do and can help reduce pain and even prevent painful conditions.
How to use the Triple Foot Roller for relief in 3 easy steps
Step 1: Have a seat
Sit down in a comfortable chair and put the Peanut Triple Roller under the arch of one foot. Lean forward and use your body weight to regulate the pressure on the roller. Roll for 1 to 15 minutes.
Step 2: Roll it out
Slowly roll the roller up and down the length of your foot and then from side to side. Start with mild pressure and gradually add more by pressing down on the peanut as you roll it.
Roll for about a minute.
Step 3: Add intensity
Increase the intensity of the vibration from level 1 to level 3 over time.
Individual response will vary so start with a few minutes every other day and gradually increase the intensity level until you pain is gone.