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  • Debby Siegel

    Athletes training 5-6 times a week can probably foam roll daily, and right after a workout if possible. If you can spend 15-20 minutes foam rolling and 10-15 minutes stretching before bed, you’ll probably sleep better, feel better and recover faster, which means your next workout will be more effective.

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"How to Foam-Roll like a pro!" I love to foam roll... it is pretty much my favorite post-workout ritual. It's like having my own personal masseuse! Foam rolling massages your muscles and helps you recover better after a workout:) My favorite thing to foam roll: my IT bands... it hurts SO MUCH the first few days you do it, but man do your muscles start feeling more loose afterwards!!

a workout to help you get the toned legs of a dancer. pair this with a lot of stretching and you should notice a difference, especially in your calves, pretty quickly.

Foam roller for muscle recovery. Temporary pain means it is working!

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stretches before bedtime will help to relieve stress and sleep better.. starting this tonight!

To learn more about the 8 post-run standing stretches you need to become a better and flexible runner, then go to: www.runnersbluepr... #Running #Stretching #PostRun

To learn more about the 8 post-run standing stretches you need to become a better and flexible runner, then go to: www.runnersbluepr... #Running #Stretching #PostRun

Not off topic, just advice. These stretches will likely cure most of the pains people visit doctors ask pain medicine for. The more you know. Types Of Stretches

doctor oz: 3 morning stretches Pretend your head weighs 500 pounds, and let it pull you down. Bend one knee and hold for 15 seconds, then change legs.