May 11 2016
Roll out, roll out—but really, it helps you sleep better at night.
A study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise found that using a foam roller significantly reduced muscle soreness post-workout and increased range of motion in the long term. After a tough run, invest in 10 minutes of roller loving to stay injury free!
Need some tips on how to foam roll effectively? Try these 5 moves after a hard run.
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