This full-body foam rolling recovery routine is a great way to get your body to relax at the end of the day or after your workout. Using the foam roller will help decrease muscle tension, improve blood flow, and down-regulate your nervous system, helping your body recover.
What To Expect:
1 minute on each area on each side, then move on to the next movement
Foam Roll Calf
Foam Roll Hamstring
Foam Roll Gluteus Medius
Foam Roll Piriformis / Gluteus Maximus
Foam Roll Thoracic Spine
Foam Roll Latissimus Dorsi
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