Foam Roller Exercises

Foam Roller Exercises

In fitness, foam rolling has become super trendy in recent years. It is common to see people using a foam roller before or after exercising. However, despite its popularity, many people don’t know what a foam roller is or how it can help improve their fitness. If you have been wondering what this piece of equipment is and how you can use it to get fitter, read on to find out more.

The Foam Roller

The foam roller can be an intimidating piece of equipment at first glance. It’s round and soft, so it must not be that hard, right? Wrong. The foam roller is excellent for releasing muscular tension and breaking up adhesions in your fascia with effective self-myofascial release techniques. Foam rolling is also known as self-myofascial release or SMR. Essentially, using a foam roller helps break up the layers of fascia that build up around our muscles.

Workshop Description:

I have an upcoming workshop on foam roller exercises. Foam Roller Exercises to Improve Core Stability, Posture, Strength, Range of Motion, Flexibility, Trigger Points and Balance

Few fitness professionals utilize foam rollers, even though almost any facility provides them. The foam roller is a simple, straightforward fitness tool used in a group or one-on-one setting. It may be used to vary workouts, make them more demanding, or aid with recovery. Find out the fundamentals of using a foam roller as part of any client’s total body workout, in addition to new and exciting ways to boost strength, core stability, posture, range of motion, flexibility, trigger points, and balance. After completing this active, hands-on two-hour workshop, you will leave with a stack of exercises that you may use with all of your clients.

What you will learn in this workshop:

  • An extensive list of exercises, reinforced with demonstrations and practice, will improve your client’s strength, core stability, posture, range of motion, flexibility, trigger points, and balance.
  • Awareness of cueing and spotting techniques to ensure exercises are correct.
  • Guidelines for identifying which exercises can best benefit a specific client’s needs.
  • Knowing how to structure the exercises into a class or individual client program and how to progress your clients safely.
  • Knowledge of the correct technique for incorporating foam roller exercises into client and class programs, including proper execution, breathing, and recommended repetitions.

About the Presenter:

Rick Kaselj, MS, BSc, PK, CEP, CPT, CES

Rick Kaselj is a personal trainer who focuses on designing exercise programs for clients recovering from injuries.

One tool Rick constantly uses with his clients is the foam roller.

Rick has shared his tips, tricks, and exercises with thousands of fitness professionals worldwide through his books, courses, presentation, and active blog. Rick recently completed his Master of Science degree focusing on corrective and therapeutic exercises for the rotator cuff.

To learn more about Rick, visit his blog  – http://ExercisesForInjuries.com.

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