3 Simple Foam Roll Exercises

I personally foam roll every day, and it’s a very important part of my training program.

Since starting to do it regularly several years ago, I have noticed:

— improved flexibility
— reduced inflammation, scar tissue and joint stress
— improved circulation

And much more.

It’s one of the easiest things you can incorporate into your daily routine to start moving better, feeling better, and performing better … so if you’re not doing it already, start ASAP – you’ll be AMAZED at the difference it makes!

Here are three simple foam roll exercises you can start with. Perform each of these foam roll exercises every day – first thing in the morning, before your workout, after your workout, or any time you feel like it really:

** These foam rolling exercises are from my Invincible Body program, on sale this week. Click the link below:

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Roll each muscle group for a good 30-60 seconds; when you find a tender spot, hold for a few seconds on that spot until you feel the discomfort go down a bit:

— quads / IT bands
— piriformis
— upper back

Foam rolling is one of the easiest things you can incorporate into your daily routine to start moving better, feeling better, and performing better … so if you’re not doing it already, start ASAP – you’ll be AMAZED at the difference it makes!

Thanks, train hard, and talk soon –

– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist
http://fvtcoachingclub.com/invinciblebody/

2 comments… add one
  • Gidday Lance from Nerang Gold Coast Queensland Australia on a beautiful winters morning.
    Like yourself I use my grid roller every day along with my trigger point releasing ball. I find the foam rollers too soft. I also do 3_4 additional roller releases as well.
    Thanks kindly for your quality plus info as I use it to enhance my training systems I use for myself & clients as a body transformation architect & massage injury therapist.
    Cheers Grant Wood

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    Hey Grant – thanks for your comment, awesome stuff! Keep training hard, much appreciate it!

    – Forest

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