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Meghan Reynolds Wednesday, 22 January 2014 08:14 TWEET COMMENTS 4

How-To Guide to Foam Rolling - Page 2

1. Piriformis

Your piriformis is a narrow muscle that lies underneath your larger glutes in your butt. This muscle helps you run and rotate your hip. Start by sitting on top of the foam roller with the roll positioned on the back of the hip. Cross one foot to the opposite knee and lean into the hip of the crossed leg. Slowly roll on the posterior hip area to find the tender spot. Hold the spot for a few deep breaths.

Foam rolling the piriformis on the TriggerPoint GRID roller (reviewed in our March '14 issue!)


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