Lower Body Foam Roller Routine

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In todays video you’ll get an overview of a lower body foam roller routine.

Self-Myofascial Release (SMFR) has gained widespread popularity in the last 5 years or so.¬† We’ve been using these techniques here at HF for the past 15 years, with great success.

We’ll cover how to use a foam roller and some other tools to loosen up the muscle tissues of your Quads, Hamstrings, Glutes, IT Band and Calves.

These techniques can be used before or after a strength training session, as well as with running or other metabolic work.

So grab a foam roller and a tennis/LAX Ball and roll along with me.

If you have any questions about this lower body foam roller routine, then leave a comment in the section below.

What do you think?

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RMAU on

Runners especially need to do these moves to prevent hip, knee and ankle pain as well as shin splints, hamstring strains, plantar fasciitis among other common lower body ailments all too many runners have to deal with.

HYD on

RMAU – agreed! Runners are at high risk for tissue tightness and strain. This routine would be ideal for most runners as a preventative measure to be done daily.