How to Get Kinetix Style Results with a Foam Roller
Mar 26, 2021
You Denver locals likely know me as "the girl who steps on people" and helps her clients get incredible results. While I do highly recommend having this work done by a trained professional, there's no need to fear, non-locals! You actually can get similar results with a foam roller.
How, you ask?
Because I teach foam rolling based on Kinetix principles.
Fascia doesn't change easily, so in order to get it to let go and release, we need:
#1. A powerful compression
#2. Intentional, 3D cross-fibering action
In my practice, that powerful compression comes from my foot (check out the above video).
When you are at home, you can get a less intense, but still effective compression from a foam roller.
Once the area of restricted fascia is pinned, it's time to cross-fiber the tissue to release it!
In my practice, I talk people through an intentional, specific range of motion.
When you're at home, I teach you very similar (or the same exact) movements while you are on your roller.
While it's true that the level of compression is greater when I am "stepping on you", we are still able to change fascia using these two basic principles. In this time when we might be unable to see a practitioner in person, it's still possible to relieve pain and refresh your movement with a simple, $15 tool.
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*understanding where your pain is coming from
*detoxing your lymphatic system (which lives in your fascia)
*recovering from your workouts
*improving your mobility
*reducing the impact of stress on your body
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