Adductors are the three muscles attached along the femur (thighbone), and their primary function is to squeeze the thighs while aiding flexion and rotation. If adductor muscles get too tight, it pulls the thighs further together, placing more stress on knees during physical activity and putting you at greater risk of injury. The solution? A vibrating foam roller can be used during both your warm up and cool down routines. It helps soften muscle tissue while massaging targeted areas of the body. The combination of applying pressure and vibrations helps to loosen the muscles while increasing blood flow and flushing away lactic acid from the area. Foam rollers are portable, lightweight products for use in the home, gym, rehabilitation clinics or anywhere else of your choosing. Our easy to follow video guides show you how to use your foam roller on adductor muscles. We have two key rolling exercises you can try for adductors, and this one involves bending the knee and holding the leg by the ankle. Watch the Pulseroll in action now.