Foam roller mobility for hip, legs, upper and lower back

Here's a few quick drills with a foam roller mobility to help with hip, leg, lower and upperback mobility.

These techniques helps release tight muscular knots allowing freedom of maneuver and increasing range of motion for a variety of exercises.

If you haven't been foam rolling, you may benefit greatly by adding this into your traditional programing.  At least if you enjoy walking and exercising pain free.

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Jess Howland

Jesse "Captain Smash" Howland is the owner of SMASH’s Strength Lab, which offers targeted personal training to reach a variety of fitness and physique goals. A natural bodybuilder, competitive powerlifter, certified personal trainer, and nutrition coach, Jesse is often the go-to resource for personal training Ottawa. He studied Exercise Science at Oregon State University and even trained at the world famous Gold's Gym. He's a former US Army Captain with the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, a former blog writer at Veterans Fitness Career College, and former Chief Executive Officer at U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM). His workouts and personal training are army-inspired to help reach your weightloss, athletic, or physique goals.