Muscle soreness is a common occurrence in the life of an athlete. Whether you’re a dedicated weight lifter in the gym or just a regular daily runner, we all know the feeling of stiffness that follows after a solid day of exercise.
Foam rolling is a total life saver when it comes to relieving sore muscles. It works in the same way a massage therapist does, using pressure to release tightness and knots that have developed in your muscles after your workout. If you’ve never tried it before, check out the guide below to learn the movements and train yourself on one of the best ways to alleviate soreness after exercise.
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