Video Description

Self-myofascial release technique that is used by athletes and therapists to inhibit overactive muscles and aid in recovery. Using your body weight roll the foam roller under the back of the upper leg. If there is a area of particular tenderness, you can pause the movement and maintain pressure on that tender area for 30 to 60 seconds.


Coach/Presenter: Proformance Fitness

Playlist Description

PF Conditioning - Conditioning/Strength Phases 1

This workout combines both cardio and strength and is a great overall circuit-style workout. Do this workout with intensity once you have built a good strength foundation. Foam rolling at the beginning will prepare the muscles for the workout by increasing blood flow and exciting the nervous system. Workout progression and reps: Progress through Foam Rolling exercises 1-6) as prescribed by videos.
All remaining exercises (7-16) are on timed intervals.
• Perform exercise for 30 seconds, 5 seconds rest, then move on to next exercise. 
• REPEAT circuit once.
• Stretch
Note: Do as many reps as you can in the 30 seconds WITHOUT COMPROMISING your form. If your form breaks down, slow down and build your endurance for the exercise 

Also in Playlist "PF Conditioning - Conditioning/Strength Phases 1"

PF Burpees

PF Band Front Raises

PF Lat Foam Rolling

PF Upper Back Foam Rolling

PF Piriformis/Glutes Foam Rolling

PF Hamstring Foam Rolling

PF Calves Foam Rolling

PF Quad Foam Rolling

PF Upright Jacks

PF Squat Jumps

PF In & Out Push Ups

PF Band Bent Over Rows

PF Dumbbell Biceps Curls

PF Bicycle Crunches

PF Deadlifts W/ Band

PF Reverse Lunge


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