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Great Foam Rolling Exercise If You Sit A Lot

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In this video, I wanted to go through a great foam roller exercise that you can do if you sit a lot.

Great Foam Rolling Exercise If You Sit A Lot

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I get Sonya to demonstrate the Foam Roller Mini Bridge. You do not need to have a full foam roller. You can use a one foot foam roller for this exercise.

Sonia lies on her back and she puts the foam roller at her ankles. She tightens up her abdominal area, pushes down with her legs, tightens up her glutes, and lifts her seat off to the mat.

Foam Roller Mini Bridge

Foam Roller Mini Bridge

Why is this a good exercise?

This exercise makes you activate the glutes if you are sitting a lot. When you are activating the glutes, you are stretching out the front of the hips, which is good. You are also working out your core, which you oftentimes don’t get too when you sit a lot at work. We are working on having a really good alignment in the body.

If you got a foam roller and you sit a lot, give this exercise a go. It doesn’t matter if you have one foot or a 3 foot foam roller.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There’s a good chance that I have an article, an interview, or a video that will help you overcome your injury or pain.

Secondly, if you’re watching this on YouTube, head up above and hit subscribe. What that will do is every couple of days you’ll get a video like this where I talk about tips and tricks on overcoming and preventing injury or pain.

Lastly, head down below; take a look at the different comments that are there and the description that’s in the description box, hit like and leave me a question or comment.

If you are looking for a resource when it comes to foam rolling, take a look at my Foam Roller Essentials Program.

Your-Foam-Roller-Exercise-Guide

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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4 Pain Ball Exercises To Do After a Plane Ride

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In this video, I wanted to go through four different pain ball exercises to do after a plane ride.

The pain ball does a deeper tissue massage compared to a foam roller. The one I have here is kind of a crazy pain ball but I use this in the video to make it easier for you to see where we are putting the pain ball. Other thing that you can use aside from this huge dog toy is a lacrosse ball which is half the size of this. Look and find something that has a density that you can handle the pressure being put on you.

4 Pain Ball Exercises To Do After a Plane Ride

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If ever you have gone into massage, you might be happy enough with someone just massaging you with fingers. It could add too much pressure when they put their elbows or the heel of their hands unto you, it might be too dense or too much pressure. Same thing would apply with the pain ball.

Find something that has a density that you can handle. You can use a regular tennis ball all the way to a lacrosse ball.

I get Donnalee to go through the exercises.

#1 – Pain Ball to the Quads

You lie down on the pain ball and place it on your quads or on your thighs. You are going to move that pain ball from just above your knee all the way up to that hip area.

Pain Ball to the Quads

Pain Ball to the Quads

You should feel sensitivity but not screaming pain. If you are in screaming pain, find something that is less dense or put less pressure into that pain ball. You are working on that pain ball from the top of your hip all the way down to your knee. You are digging in that quad area and looking for sensitive spots. Go up and down for five times.

#2 – Pain Ball to the Calf

This one is not as intense as the quad. You place that pain ball in the calf area. You will move it just below the knee all the way to just above the ankle and throughout that whole area. You are going up and down for 5 times.

Pain Ball to the Calf

Pain Ball to the Calf

#3 – Pain Ball to the Mid Back

With the huge ball like this, it would be a little bit challenging to do as you try to arch over the ball. It is a little bit challenging because the ball is too large but you can go with a smaller ball.

Pain Ball to the Mid Back

Pain Ball to the Mid Back

You are arching over that ball because being on the plane makes your mid back area to stiffen up from sitting for so long. The arching over the ball moves it from sitting into more of the extension arching.

#4 – Pain Ball to the Lats

You lie down, lift your arm up and put the pain ball on the lats area. Next, you are going to move the pain ball around in that lats area. You are rolling it up and down in that lats area because it tends to be another area that builds hidden tension. The hidden tension puts a negative effect on your hip, knee, back and shoulder because of the position you have for a long period of time on the plane.

Pain Ball to the Lats

Pain Ball to the Lats

If you are going on a plane ride, give those four pain ball exercises a go. You can bring the pain ball with you in your luggage or your carry on bag. A lot of times, wherever you are, there is a dollar store where you can buy something like that and quickly go through things to help loosening up your muscles, bouncing out your muscles, preventing injuries and feeling better.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There’s a good chance that I have an article, an interview, or a video that will help you overcome injury or pain. Secondly, if you’re watching this on YouTube, head up above and hit subscribe. What that will do is every couple of days you’ll get a video like this where I talk about tips and tricks on overcoming injury or pain. Thirdly, head down below, hit like and leave me a question or a comment.

If you want more examples of pain ball exercises, there are more information about pain ball exercises in my Recovery Workouts program. I have a whole section when it comes to pain ball exercises and different techniques. Take a look at them.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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Welcome to a Life Without Injuries and Pain

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As a 40Plus guy (well more like 43), I’ve always been active. What I mean by active is I enjoy walking, hiking, biking and playing with the kids.

The big thing over my last 40ish years is I have a number of things that have got in my way of living, my active lifestyle.

Now, let’s see if you can relate with me on any of these:

#1) Injuries Slowing Me Down

For years, I had problems with injuries. All kinds of back, shoulder and knee issues even some foot, elbow and neck problems.

These injuries forced me to take a break or slow down. These bothered me so I started digging in researches, going to seminars and working in physical therapy clinics so I could learn everything I need to know on how to avoid injuries and how to recover from them quickly.

I have applied all those learning and now in my 40’s, I have less pain and injuries than I had in my 30’s. I am having way more fun.

With the articles, videos and products that I’ve shared with you, I was able to help a multitude of clients.

This has been my primary passion, helping people overcome injury and pain so they can go back to a healthy, happy and pain free life. I have dedicated myself to this since 1994. Since then, I have helped hundreds of people face to face and over 100,000 people with my daily tips. The amazing part is, I have helped millions with my online videos and articles. Plus, my techniques are used by thousands of health & fitness professionals around the world.

I look forward to helping you.

Now, lets move on…

#2) I Need Some BLANK Exercises

I have been asked this question for well over 20 years. When I started out my career as an injury specialist, I did not think much about it. But after hearing it a hundred times, it finally sunk in. (Sorry, sometimes I am a slow learner.)

This is the exact question people would ask:

“I need some exercises to strengthen my ____.”

The blank would be back, shoulder, knee, elbow, neck, wrist, hip and etc.

Since that point, I have been working on putting together exercises and techniques that strengthen the joints and body without adding damaging stress on them.

A lot of what I see on the internet, magazines, television or in the gym just makes me cringe as the techniques and exercises are leading to more damage to the body plus a good chance of pain and injuries.

Now, the last one…

#3) What Helps and What Hurts

A few years back, I met a lady who changed the way I help people with pain and injury.

For privacy and confidentiality purposes, let’s call her Michelle. I was working with Michelle in a physical therapy clinic. She came in to see me for her knee pain. I asked her what was going wrong. I assessed her knee, gave her some recommendation and exercises to help end her knee pain.

Before she left, she asked me what she should eat in order to overcome her knee pain. I really never put much thought into the effect that food had on recovery and pain. I gave her my suggestions and she went off.

I saw her a week later. She took action on my suggestions and exercises as well as my food recommendations. She reported that her knee was feeling a lot better. She had great movement, very little stiffness, higher energy level and even lost a few pounds.

Since then, I have been spending more time researching, learning, practicing and teaching how food can heal & slim.

I hope you will never need my help but if you do have any kinds of aches, pains and injuries, you have come to the right place. I am confident that I will be able to help you get back to a happy, healthy and pain free life.

Take care, friend!

Rick Kaselj of ExercisesForInjuries.com

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What To Do About Hip Pain When Driving

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In this video, I wanted to go through a question that I got in the Exercises for Injuries Secret Group. The secret group is the place where people who are going through my programs can go to get answers to their questions from me, interact with other people who are going through the same program that they are using or other programs, and get feedback from my friends that are in the health and medical field.

Now, here’s a question from ET:

Hi Rick, can you give me some advice? I get pain in the front of my right leg. I think one would say in the thigh. For example, if I drive for a while, my leg is on the gas and I can hardly stand the pain to move my leg sideways to get out of the car. First, I thought it was coming from my low back then I thought maybe it’s coming from my knee. Now, I think maybe it’s coming from my hip. I am 72 and have some arthritic changes in my lower back and right knee as seen on X-ray. I have not had X-rays done on the hip. What do you think might be helpful?

Thank you very much for the question ET. Once again, it’s difficult to exactly know without you being here in front of me. From what you have explained there, it might be a hip issue that is going on.

I wanted to give you three things that you can do to address the front of the thigh hip tightness.

Hip Pain When Driving

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I get Sheena to demonstrate.

#1 – Back Arches

You stand with feet a little bit wider about shoulder width apart. You put your hands on your seat and you are going to arch back and then relax. Try to go progressively further and further back. Do it for 5 repetitions.

Back Arches

Back Arches

What we are doing here is we are dynamically stretching the front of the hip, working on rectus femoris and other hip flexors. We are also working on the mobility of the back so loosening up the back. You do one set of 5 repetitions in a smooth controlled movement with kind of a hold at the end position.

#2 – Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

You can use the wall to eliminate balance because you want to focus on the stretch. You don’t need to worry about balance.

Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

Standing Hip Flexor Stretch

You take a nice big step. Your toes are pointing straight ahead. You are coming up on the ball of the foot and heels lifted. You are going to tighten up your abdominal area, tighten up the glute, and bring the hips forward. You are looking for a static stretch in the hip flexor and in the rectus femoris area or thigh area. You are going to hold this position for about 20 seconds.

What we did in the previous exercise is a dynamic stretch and mobility of the back. With this exercise, you are looking for a light stretch and not reaping apart the muscle. You do it twice on each side, alternating back and forth.

#3 – Strengthening the Core and the Abdominal area

It is really common when it comes to over active hip flexors or the front of the thigh muscle or the rectus femoris that people are weak in their core when it comes to unilateral work, one leg at a time. You want to spend some time working on strengthening your core while working on leg movement.

Strengthening the Core and the Abdominal area

Strengthening the Core and the Abdominal area

You lie on your back on the floor. You brace or tighten up the abdominal area and lift your leg up at 90 with your knees coming over the hip and come back down. Go to the other side while still holding on that abdominal area and going back and forth. You are working on that core abdominal area while educating to move through that hip.

I suggest going through this for three times on each side alternating while still holding on that abdominal area and you can relax after doing the said repetitions. Keep it in nice smooth controlled movement as go through that 90 with your knee and stay at 90 as the ball of movement could happen at the hip. The abdominal area is still tight the whole time while the curve on the lower back stay the same.

Give those three exercises a go and let me know how they are. Let me know if you have any questions when it relates to the exercises as well as the results and definitely share them with the community in the Exercises for Injuries Secret Group.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There’s a good chance that I have an article, an interview, or a video that will help you overcome your injury or pain.

Secondly, if you’re watching this on YouTube, head up above and hit subscribe. What that will do is every couple of days you’ll get a video like this where I talk about tips and tricks on overcoming injury or pain.

Thirdly, head down below, hit like and leave me a question or a comment.

Lastly, if you are looking for a comprehensive solution when it comes to dealing with tight hip flexors, you should take a look at the program called Fixing Tight Hip Flexors. It is a program that I put together to specifically help people with tight hip flexors.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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Simple Dumbbell Core Workout

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I hope you had a great weekend.

It has been a wonderful weekend with the family. Saturday was a chill day at the house and then Sunday we headed to the waterslides.

It has been so long since I have gone there that I forgot how much fun it was. Got to make sure I go more often.

Okay, today, I have a workout for you.

Enjoy!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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In this video, I wanted to go through a Simple Dumbbell Core Workout.

It involves three exercises and in each exercise you will do two moves.

Simple Dumbbell Core Workout

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I am going to get Orsy to demonstrate it.

#1 – Dumbbell Press Overhead

You go through a regular squat and as you straighten up, you are pressing overhead.

Dumbbell Press Overhead (front view)

Dumbbell Press Overhead (front view)

I will get Orsy to face the wall so you can see from the side. She’s squatting down and then pressing up.

Dumbbell Press Overhead (side view)

Dumbbell Press Overhead (side view)

#2 – Bent Over Row into a T

You are going to row and then get into a T exercise then back to start. Again, rowing, T exercise, and back to start. Do it one more time.

Bent Over into a T

Bent Over into a T

#3 – Push Up into a Row

You go into a push up movement then rowing, push up and then rowing the opposite side.

Push Up into a Row

Push Up into a Row

Start off with 5 repetitions of each exercise and go through it one time and see how you feel. It really targets your core and also all the joints and muscles that are stabilizing the core. If that becomes too easy, then you can do 2, 3 or 4 rounds of that in order to challenge your core more.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There is a good chance that I have an article, an interview or a video for you to help you overcome your injury or pain.

Secondly, if you are watching this on YouTube, head up above and hit “Subscribe”. What that will do is every couple of days you will get a video like this where I talk about overcoming injury or pain.

Thirdly, head down below, hit “Like” and leave me a question or comment.

If you want to have a flatter stomach and toned abs without the risk of injury, then check out the Invincible Core system here:

Invincible Core

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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3 Exercises that You Can Do if You Can’t Do the Floor Wall Slides

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In this video, I am going to answer a question that I received from the Exercises for Injuries Secret Facebook Group. It is related to the previous video where I got Donnalee to go through the Floor Wall Slides. In that exercise, you are lying on your back and you are moving your arms along the floor to overhead and back down in order to help with proper movement in the shoulder, firing all the muscles properly in the shoulder and having all the joints work properly in the shoulder.

What if you can’t do the Floor Wall Slide? What if you can’t keep your arm along the floor when doing the exercise?

I wanted to go through three things that you can do and how you will do it. First, see how you are doing the four wall slide and then do these three exercises. Then re-test or do that Floor Wall Slide again and see if there are improvements.

3 Exercises that You Can Do if You Can’t Do the Floor Wall Slides

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I get Donnalee to go through the Floor Wall Slide and then we will go to the first exercise. In this exercise, your arms are out to the side and you are going to slide the arms along the floor. You are bringing the arms over head and bringing the palms together and then coming back slowly.

Floor Wall Slide Exercise

Floor Wall Slide

Most people are great with things except maybe that last 10% and that’s important because that last 10% puts your shoulder at greater stress and risk of injury. You can’t ignore that last 10%. You have to work on it so you can have full range like Donnalee does.

Some people are able to bring their arms along the ground but they just can’t have their hands on the ground. Now this is what you will do if that is the case.

#1 – Foam Rolling the Thoracic Spine

Donnalee puts the foam roller at the lower part of her mid back. She is going to pop herself up and then roll. She is going to roll down and come back. She is staying straight over the foam roller and she is foam rolling over that mid back area.

Foam Rolling the Thoracic Spine Exercise

Foam Rolling the Thoracic Spine

Start at that lower back and rolling back to the mid shoulder blades or to the upper shoulder blades, you are not getting into that neck. We are loosening up the thoracic spine more like putting pressure on it and loosening it up in that anterior direction.

#2 – Arms Over Head on the Foam Roller

This is a little bit more of an aggressive thoracic exercise. You can use a tubing or you can put something in your hands to give you some sort of resistance and it’s about shoulder width apart and then you’ve got that foam roller in that thoracic area.

Arms Over Head on the Foam Roller Exercise

Arms Over Head on the Foam Roller

You are going to bring the arms over head and arch at that spot and work on trying to loosen up at that segment of the vertebrae. You are going to come back and you roll it up a little bit more and same thing arms over head and arching. With the tubing, it gives you something that grasp and having the arms overhead gives you a little bit more leverage to get a little more force going on in that thoracic spine.

We are really working on that extension part of the thoracic spine which tends to be really tight and stiff in the vast majority of people. You keep moving up and go through like 5 steps through that mid back area.

#3 – Isometrics into a Foam Roller

We are doing things in this order. You can use a full foam roller or a half foam roller. In some ways, a half foam roller is working better. If you do not have a foam roller, you can use a towel.

You are going to lie on your back and you are going to find that spot when you lift your arms out to the side that you can’t bring your arm to the ground. That will be your gauge. At that point, you are going to bring the foam roller in there. Donnalee will have her thumb pointing up and she will push into that foam roller. She is going to relax. And then she is going to move up a little bit for about 30 degrees.

Isometrics into a Foam Roller Exercise

Isometrics into a Foam Roller

She’s really focusing on pushing it back and working those scapular muscles to have them do things. You can continue on with that isometric into that foam roller all the way over head. You can move the foam roller a little bit.

You probably notice that when you bring your arm out to the side, it will be fine to this point and then you need to add some rotation in order to have things open up in the shoulder to get your arm overhead. It varies for everyone on how high they can go before they have to rotate that shoulder and open things up. You will notice that along the side you might be like this and when you get further up you might be pushing that hand in.

You have to go through those isometrics. Once again, how many steps you will be doing depends on what point you can put your hand against the ground. You might do it for 3 steps or 5 steps. After going through those three exercises, then re-test or try things over again and see how that floor wall slide feels.

If you are not able to keep your arm along the ground when doing that floor wall slide, go through the three exercises. The first one is foam rolling the thoracic spine exercise, loosening up that thoracic spine. The second one is the arm over foam roller and you will go through the 5 steps to loosen up that mid back area. Lastly is the isometrics into the foam roller.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There’s a good chance that I have an article, an interview, or a video that will help you overcome injury or pain.

Secondly, if you’re watching this on YouTube, head up above and hit subscribe. What that will do is every couple of days you’ll get a video like this where I talk about tips and tricks on overcoming injury or pain.

Thirdly, head down below, hit like and leave me a question or a comment.

Lastly, if you are looking for a solution that will help you overcome your shoulder pain, then check out the Fix My Should Pain system. It is a program that helped thousands of people around the world to overcome their shoulder pain from home or in the gym.

Fix My Shoulder Pain by Rick Kaselj

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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3 Best Exercises To Do on a Plane

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In this video, I wanted to go through the three best exercises to do on a plane. As everyone knows, when you are sitting on a plane you are clamped and the seats are small. You will get stiff and it’s achy when you are getting off the plane.

There is not a lot of room on a plane but there are a couple of exercises that you can do to keep your body loose and limber so it’s easier when you get off the plane. You will feel more refreshed when you get off the plane. We have three exercises that we will be doing.

3 Best Exercises To Do on a Plane

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I get Donnalee to do the exercises.

#1 – Leg Drag

You take a step forward with your left leg and you drag that right leg behind you. You contract your glutes and hamstrings, and that stretches the front of your legs, hip flexors and quads. You switch with your right leg step forward and then drag your left leg back.

Leg Drag Exercise

Leg Drag

You can easily do this in the hallway when you are heading to the back of the plane to the wash room, no one really cares what you are doing. This will help waking up your glutes and your hamstrings, which is good. It will also loosen up the front of your hips and mobilize and move your pelvis area, which is great as those areas tend to tighten up and are not working when you are sitting on a long flight on a plane.

#2 – Standing Back Extension

You have your feet about shoulder width apart or a little bit wider. You cap your pelvis with your hands and arch your back as comfortably as you can. Hold it for a second or two then come back to the start. You will do it again for about 5 repetitions.

Standing Back Extension Exercise

Standing Back Extension

This is a great exercise for about 95% of people. They will enjoy it. It feels good and it will loosen up the back, but this is not a great exercise for about 5% of people. It is going to bother them. So start slowly with controlled movements in doing this exercise. If it feels good, continue doing it. But if it doesn’t, discontinue the exercise.

With the Standing Back Extension, you can do it in the hallway and you can also do in the washroom. If you don’t want to do it since anyone sees you, you can do it in the toilet. There is enough room in the toilet in the airplane to do this Standing Back Extension.

#3 – Seated Reaching for the Sky

You can do this while sitting on your chair on the plane or you can do this in the bathroom. You bring your arms over head and you try to reach for the sky. Try to decompress your spine, it’s almost like pulled apart, and decrease the stress that’s built up in your spine from sitting for a long period of time on the plane. Then you put your arms down and relax.

Seated Reaching for the Sky exercise

Seated Reaching for the Sky

You will do it for about 5 to 10 seconds, reach and try to decompress. Do it 5 times with 5 seconds for each repetition.

There you go, if you are on a plane and you are looking for some exercises that will loosen you up and rejuvenate you, give those three sets of exercises a go.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There’s a good chance that I have an article, an interview, or a video that will help you overcome your injury or pain.

Secondly, if you’re watching this on YouTube, head up above and hit subscribe. What that will do is every couple of days you’ll get a video like this where I talk about tips and tricks on overcoming injury or pain.

Thirdly, head down below, hit like and leave me a question or a comment.

If you are looking for a guide to unlock your body’s potential to help reach all of your physical & movement goals, then check out the Ruthless Mobility program here:

Ruthless Mobility Program by Dean Somerset and Rick Kaselj

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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How to Foam Roll Your Gluteus Maximus

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In this video, I wanted to explain how to foam roll your gluteus maximus.

Why do you have to foam roll out your gluteus maximus?

A lot of people build tension in the gluteus maximus area and that unnecessary tension can have unnecessary stress on the sacroiliac joint or can lead to unnecessary stress on the hip or the lower back.

Most of the time, people don’t know it or don’t feel it until someone checks to see if their gluteus maximus is over active or if they will give the foam rolling exercises a go which are an example of self-massage in order to relax the gluteus maximus.

How to Foam Roll Your Gluteus Maximus

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I wanted to go through two different gluteus maximus foam rolling exercises that you can do. I get Donnalee to demonstrate the exercises.

You need to get a full foam roller. The one that I have here is a three foot foam roller but you can also use a one foot foam roller. I have a 3 foot foam roller so I can get to do a wide variety of exercises.

#1 – Foam Rolling the Ischial Tuberosity with Two Legs

You start sitting on the foam roller on your seat bone which is the bony part you feel in your seat or the ischial tuberosity. You are going to roll forward down towards your knees just a little bit. You will roll back over that ischial tuberosity and then roll up over the glute or the seat all the way up to the pelvis and back.

Foam Rolling the Ischial Tuberosity with Two Legs

Foam Rolling the Ischial Tuberosity with Two Legs

Now the negative side of this exercise is you really have to be cautious of your shoulders. So if you have a bad shoulder injury, you might not be able to get into this position or you have to be very cautious. You want to work around the ischial tuberosity area or the seat bones area. You want to work below it or you want to work above it all the way to the top of the pelvis area we are rolling.

#2 – Foam Rolling the Ischial Tuberosity with One Leg

We move away from both legs and we will just focus on one leg. You move the foam roller to one side and we will do the exact same thing. Starting off with your seat bone and roll down towards your knee just a little bit like maybe half a roll and then you come back up and roll all the way to the top of your pelvis and back.

Foam Rolling the Ischial Tuberosity with One Leg

Foam Rolling the Ischial Tuberosity with One Leg

You might be feeling your tension areas and that’s good. You can roll it for 5 to 10 times. Do not go crazy and do like a hundred because you will be irritating or aggravating the muscle.

Give one of those two foam rolling exercises for the gluteus maximus a go. If you are brand new at it, start off with the first one which is level one. If you are a veteran at it, you can go with the second one and just focus on one leg. In order to make it more challenging, you can put more weight through it.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesForInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There’s a good chance that I have an article, an interview, or a video that will help you overcome your injury or pain.

Secondly, if you’re watching this on YouTube, head up above and hit subscribe. What that will do is every couple of days you’ll get a video like this where I talk about tips and tricks on overcoming injury or pain.

Thirdly, head down below, hit like and leave me a question or a comment.

If you wanted to improve the activation, endurance and strength in your gluteus maximus, then grab your own copy of the Best Gluteus Maximus Exercises program here:

The Best Gluteus Maximus Exercise Program by Rick Kaselj

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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