Here is the foam rolling I do throughout the week, anywhere from 3-5 days per week. Foam rolling is an excellent way to improve mobility, flexibility, reduce soreness, prevent injury, and improve circulation. I usually do it at home while watching TV or listening to a podcast. I’ll also do it on my lunch break at work to get a break from sitting. It’s an essential tool for any home gym!
When/where do you like to foam roll? Leave a comment on the YouTube video!
Be sure to check out the rest of the videos in this series. I recommend a 5-day per week weight lifting program you can follow whether you’re a beginner or intermediate weight lifter. Just make sure you start with light enough weight to allow for proper form while challenging yourself. If you only have 2, 3 or 4 days per week to exercise, that’s fine, just combine some of the exercises and make sure you’re hitting those big movements: Squat, Deadlift, and Bench Press. I follow the 5-day because I just love it. The key is to track your performance workout to workout and see progress over time. If you’re getting consistently stronger with good form, that means your diet, training, and rest are pretty much on point.
This routine will loosen those tight hamstrings, quads, calves, back, shoulders, and triceps. It’s basically a full body massage you can do on your own!
When I’m not foam rolling or stretching, I’m lifting weights, walking, bicycling, resting, or doing some HIIT cardio with kettlebells or some other type of full body routines. Find something YOU love to do and stick with it! Subscribe to my channel so you never miss any of the workout videos I’ll be releasing.
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