, quads and calves, but her hands are a bit weedy and she can't really get deep enough.Looks like a foam roller may be the answer, any suggestions on a good place to buy one from? physio suppliesyour in for a whole new world of pain my friendI will try
sore Achilles since I upped my trainung recently. Not painful but worrying. I've started using a foam roller, which seems to help, at least in the short term.From what I've read, stretching and massage might also help. cheers mate when u say foam roller
links would be welcome to pics/descriptions.Thanks here duh! Why didn't I think of that! Cheers mate! Soft tissue work/work with a foam roller can be really good for ITBs a foam roller? do go on... Tightness is usually caused by adhesions or "knots
foam rollers...oh my God i am dying with the pain of using it. but OMG they are awesome for muscle tightness. its generally my quads which get the tightest and sorest. from the base of my ITB all the way up to my soas. and while using the roller
to problems in hips/glutes and therefore it band. Trick is to find where it all starts from. Do you have a foam roller? Give your it bands and glutes a good going over and see if that helps the lower back. Thanks for your repliesI do have a foam roller
Hello all ITB sufferers!I have been having ITB problems and have just started to use the foam roller on the top of my ITB (along the thigh) but it is absolute AGONY!! With this in mind i'm wondering - is this really helping or should i just give up
fibre things enough time to recover? During the week I've been the same with stretching at work (as no foam roller there!) - been stretching maybe every hour. This also eases the pain until it starts tightening up again.Is this all too much
Went out on the coastal paths, took it easy but when i got back an area above my right knee feels numb. when i walk i can feel a small tendon like twinge in the area that is numb. I've recently started using a foam roller to stretch muscles. Does
Jay firstly do a search, there's at least one thread a week on ITB issues. Secondly buy a foam roller. That is all.
link to it http://int.elastoplast.net/products/knee-strap wouldnt you be better off doing foam roller massage? not sure what the straps are supposed to do?
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