Elevated Sports Foam Roller: Supple Muscles And Increased Flexibility
Up on Top Introduces Its Foam Roller And Their Benefits
One benefit that studies have demonstrated for athletes and those generally competing in physical events are that of: enhancing suppleness of muscles. This has been most noticeable in the smaller muscle groups, such as the hip flexors - foam rollers have been proven to combat tightness in these muscle groups - which have typically become this way, over time, due to people today being in prolonged periods sitting.
Another secondary benefit, that participants in test studies have revealed surrounds the: soreness/stiffness after a few days of an intense workout - which is entirely normal and is caused by most anaerobic or aerobic activities - is greatly reduced when the activity is followed by a session of foam rolling. It appears that the foam rollers prevent lengthen the 'torn' muscles and keep them in supple state.
Andy Smith explains: "injuries are often caused by over-training, where fascia and muscle fibers get knotted together and when left 'untreated' cause the buildup of scar tissue that impairs movement."
The Foam Roller, like other myofascial release techniques, uses direct pressure for digging into, and stretching the problem area until the knots are removed. As a single muscle imbalance may lead to joint fatigue and faulty movement patterns, it would appear that there is merit in questioning why these tools are not more widely available.
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