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This Video uses the Yoga Tune Up therapy balls to relieve tightness and tension in the Lower Back. You can get your own set of Yoga Balls here: http://amzn.to/2mXgLQ5
Join Fitness pro, Caroline Jordan, for this quick 7 minute lower back massage routine. To do this video you will need two yoga tune up balls (or tennis balls) and a yoga block. In this free video, Caroline leads you through simple self massage exercises designed to relieve tension and tightness in the lower back. Using these massage techniques can be painful, but many people find it’s one of the most useful was to relieve soreness / chronic pain and enhance performance. You will use the massage balls to ease tension in the muscles of your lower back.
There are multiple reasons for foam-rolling your lower back muscles. First, there is relief from soreness. A person who foam-rolls targeted muscles after a workout is less sore than someone who didn’t. Second, is for proper posture. Third is injury prevention.
In this video, you are instructed to use the yoga tune up balls to search for tender areas or trigger points on your lower back and to roll these areas to decrease density and over-activity of the muscle. With a little direction on where to look, most individuals easily find the tender spots on their own. However, it helps to have some instruction on the positioning of the balls to provide maximum relief for the lower back.
The feel of the roller and intensity of the self-massage should be properly geared to the age, comfort, and fitness level of the athlete. This is one of the plusses of having the person roll the lower back themselves-they can control the intensity with their own body weight. Always check with your doctor to make sure the exercise routine is right for YOU.
This foam rolling sequence with Caroline Jordan is simple, effective, and can be performed at home, at a gym, or while traveling. These exercises are designed to help ease sore lower back muscles and aid in proper posture. Repeat the self massage exercises as many times as needed for maximum relief.
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