There are many different types of foam rollers and massage tools out on the market today. We have narrowed it down to the one's that work the best and will hold up well over time.
The quadriceps are made up of 4 primary muscles that commonly have a lot of tightness and adhesions within them, especially in the large population of people who sit much of the day.
The repetitive motion of running has a way of exposing every weakness and imbalance over time. Those impairments can quickly turn into an injury if not addressed. Some of the most common areas of injury in runners are the ankle & Achilles tendon.
Foam Rolling can be done before a workout, during a workout, after a workout or throughout the day. There are a few key things to remember when foam rolling at these specific times. This article includes video tutorials for each area of the body.
These are great exercises to include in your training, whether an athlete or someone looking for general health in the hips, knees and foot & ankle.
Foam Rolling or Self Myofascial Release (SMR) is a form of self-induced massage therapy of your muscles and fascia. Mike Clark and the National Academy of Sports Medicine (N.A.S.M) were the one’s to bring serious attention to how Foam Rolling can help correct imbalances, decrease over active tissues and...