Targeting the Shins with Foam Roller:  The easiest of them all to do!

Targeting the Shins with Foam Roller: The easiest of them all to do!

Targeting the Calf muscles with Foam Roller:  You must make sure to roll from the back of the knee to the Achilles tendon. Place one foot on top of the other to increase the pressure through the calf muscle fibres.

Targeting the Calf muscles with Foam Roller: You must make sure to roll from the back of the knee to the Achilles tendon. Place one foot on top of the other to increase the pressure through the calf muscle fibres.

Using Foam Roller on the Spine: Use the foam roller aligned both ways to target each side of your spine. If you feel any neck strain in this position, please stop immediately.

Using Foam Roller on the Spine: Use the foam roller aligned both ways to target each side of your spine. If you feel any neck strain in this position, please stop immediately.

Targeting the Hamstrings with Foam Roller:  Make sure to sit up tall; do not slouch into the position. Place one foot on top of the other to increase the pressure through the muscle fibres.

Targeting the Hamstrings with Foam Roller: Make sure to sit up tall; do not slouch into the position. Place one foot on top of the other to increase the pressure through the muscle fibres.

Targeting Iliotibial band (outside of thigh between the hip and knee), known as the ITB with Foam Roller:  You must make sure to roll the whole length of the thigh to target all the ITB fibres. Your forearms will also get a workout doing this one!

Targeting Iliotibial band (outside of thigh between the hip and knee), known as the ITB with Foam Roller: You must make sure to roll the whole length of the thigh to target all the ITB fibres. Your forearms will also get a workout doing this one!

Targeting Quadriceps (front of thigh and hip) with Foam Roller:  Roll from the hip to the knee to target all the muscle fibres. You can make it harder by holding the leg to be worked in a quad stretch position as shown.

Targeting Quadriceps (front of thigh and hip) with Foam Roller: Roll from the hip to the knee to target all the muscle fibres. You can make it harder by holding the leg to be worked in a quad stretch position as shown.

Targeting Gluteal muscles of the buttocks with Foam Roller: To target the right buttock, cross the right foot onto the top of the left knee. Lean to the right and press into the foam roller.

Targeting Gluteal muscles of the buttocks with Foam Roller: To target the right buttock, cross the right foot onto the top of the left knee. Lean to the right and press into the foam roller.

Using Foam roller on Spine - Position 2: Use the foam roller aligned both ways to target each side of your spine. If you feel any neck strain in this position, please stop immediately.

Using Foam roller on Spine - Position Use the foam roller aligned both ways to target each side of your spine. If you feel any neck strain in this position, please stop immediately.

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