/ myofacial release and rollers etc for recovery
Any one care to comment? I just got hold of a trigger point roller and found using it quite invigorating I'll have to wait till tomorrow or the day after to see if it has done any good
Well its been a couple of weeks now and I think I am seeing benefits mainly wrt muscle soreness and recovery
Ive got a couple of rollers of different hardnesses???!! And find them to be a god send. Haing had knee problem for three years this is my remedy! Flatten out the tigh spots and im away no trouble!! Definatley reccomend. Also the balls are good for under feet and to sort out tight glutes by sitting on one side at a time.
i remember when i mentioned foam rollers several years back on this forum and people thought i was crazy and generally dismissive of the whole idea, looks like times are changing (i generally avoid mentioning anything to do with training on this forum now if it goes against the accepted ideas on here)
Shame that; what you do impart I have always found useful art weight training at least
I use a frozen water bottle as a roller at the moment. I'm having problems with bicep tendonitis and i find a good roll out plus the ice helps.
> i remember when i mentioned foam rollers several years back on this forum and people thought i was crazy and generally dismissive of the whole idea, looks like times are changing (i generally avoid mentioning anything to do with training on this forum now if it goes against the accepted ideas on here)
Please don't think like that. I like listening to peoples results and what's worked for them.
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