Feet Foam Roller Massage Techniques to Ease Pain

If you suffer from foot pain and need a miracle cure, look no further, just follow these simple feet foam roller massage techniques to ease pain and tension in the foot.

Foam rolling feet is essentially the same as a deep tissue foot massage. The Pulseroll vibrating foam roller uses the latest technology to really get deep into the bottom of the foot, providing a form of self-myofascial release, which is really just a fancy word for self-massage. This type of foam rolling generally means to don’t need to actually roll much at all, as the vibrations will do all the work for you. Whether you use a small foam roller for one foot at a time or a large one for both feet, you can still follow these methods to get the most out of it.

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Have a go at these quick and easy feet foam roller massage techniques:

Standing:

  • Stand tall and place the vibrating foam roller under one foot.
  • Flex the foot, find a trigger point and apply pressure.
  • Hold for 20 seconds.
  • You can roll the foot gently back and forth from heel to toe with the foot still flexed.

Seated:

  • Sit up straight in a chair.
  • Place both feet comfortably on top of the vibrating foam roller.
  • Find a trigger point on the feet and apply pressure.
  • Hold for 20 seconds.
  • You can roll the feet back and forth and find other trigger points to hold.

Laying Down:

  • Lay flat on your back and bend the knees up.
  • Place the vibrating foam roller under both feet, keeping the legs bent.
  • Find a trigger point on the feet and apply pressure.
  • Hold for 20 seconds.
  • You can roll the feet back and forth and find other trigger points to hold.

These techniques can not only ease foot pain, but also improve range of motion and reduce post-workout soreness. It can even help ease symptoms of plantar fasciitis! Try these feet foam roller massages and feel the benefits straight away and after continued use.