Posts Tagged "tennis ball"

Working out the Peroneal Muscles

Posted by on Jul 24, 2020 in Exercises, Stretches

Working out the Peroneal Muscles

Our lower leg muscles, compiled of an intricate web of muscle tissue, bear most of our body’s weight, and they can become tight and achy from a wide range of issues. During the shelter-in-place, the changes in our activity have an impact on our legs. And of course our runners are always looking for help keeping their legs in shape. So this week we’re bringing out the tennis balls to show you how to work out those lower leg muscles on your own, starting with the peroneal muscles. The effects of this work can be wide, from opening up the lower foot to releasing tension on the knee...

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Quick Tip: Erector Muscle Release

Posted by on Sep 24, 2014 in Exercises

Quick Tip: Erector Muscle Release

Scott Schwartz is back in the training room for this week’s Quick Tip. Join him and Penina, as they show you some techniques that you can add to your list of effective multitasking. As much as we try to avoid it, most of us are bound to our computers these days. Don’t become a victim of Desk Worker Syndrome: tight neck, tight shoulders, lower back pain…yuck! By implementing some simple exercises with lacrosse or tennis balls, you can help avoid these nasty symptoms. So while you’re working on your next email, bust out the lacrosse balls and give your Erector Muscles...

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