When foam rolling to reduce muscle tightness and improve performance, many focus on the lower body, neglecting muscle groups in their top half. One of the most commonly forgotten areas is the chest which is important to stretch when undertaking training such as bench presses and other exercises which lead to tight chest muscles. In fact, our chest muscles work throughout physical activity.
Use a vibrating foam roller during your warm up and recovery routines will help to loosen your pectoral muscles when used effectively across the chest. The vibrating action combined with pressure applied helps to soften the connective tissue and enhance blood flow to the area.
But how do you use a foam roller for chest muscles? Just follow our simple video guide to show you the most effective and safe technique while using the legs and arms for support when rolling.
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