While previously it was thought that ITB Syndrome was caused by friction around the outside of the knee, more recent research points towards this compression of the fat pad as being the source of the pain runners experience from this injury.
How to Foam Roll Your Glutes I posted a video on my YouTube channel today demonstrating a quick routine I like to use to foam […]
In this instalment of our series of how-to videos on foam rolling techniques, I demonstrate how to foam roll the muscles of the front and outsides of the shin, particularly tibialis anterior, the toe extensors and the peroneal muscles.
If you have suffered with shoulder pain, neck pain, or of course discomfort in the mid-to-upper back region it self, you’ll want to make sure you’re keeping on-top of mobility in this area, and the techniques we’re going to work on in today’s video will be ideal tools for the job!
The hamstrings muscle group is formed by three major muscles: semitendinosus, semimembranosus and biceps femoris. With little variations in our positioning on the foam roller, we can target each one
In today’s new video on our YouTube channel (check out more of our videos), I demonstrate three of my favourite technique to use on the […]