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Place the Pulseroll underneath your lower leg, then cross your other leg over. Place your hands by your sides and press down to raise your hips off the floor, pushing your weight against the calf muscle. Move the leg from side-to-side while keeping the roller static to find tight areas before moving up towards the knee.
Lying face down to the floor, place the Pulseroll underneath the quad. Position the other leg outward to your side. Use your forearms to support your weight. Roll over the quadricep, keeping your forearms firmly to the floor. Repeat for the other leg.
Lie on your side and place the Pulseroll under the side of the leg, keep the other leg flat to the floor. Place as much weight onto the roller as you can. Slowly move towards the knee working your way through the tissues to help massage your trigger points.
Place the Pulseroll under your lower back in a seated position raising your hips off the floor. Hold your elbows on the floor and keep your weight onto your lower back.
Place the Pulseroll underneath your shoulder blades and lift your hips off the ground to create more pressure if needed with your hands in a relaxed position by your sides. Keep your knees bent and feet flat to the floor. Move slowly to find tight areas and stick on them until the tightness eases.
Lying on your side place the roller just underneath the armpit, using your free hand to help support your weight rotate the trunk backwards and forwards to find the trigger points. Alternatively sit in a upright position and hold the roller underneath the arm, use the free arm to adjust the pressure of the roller on your lat.
Sitting on a chair with your lower back supported put one foot at a time on the Pulseroll. Put your foot down firmly while changing angles allowing the central, inner and outer parts of your foot to massage against the roller. Press your other foot on top for added pressure if required. Repeat with other foot.
Sit on the Pulseroll and shift your weight to one side. slowly move from the top of your hamstring up to your bottom area, finding tights areas and then sticking on them while keeping your hands on the floor for support. To get a deeper release you can put the feet together and move the knees out to the side. Repeat for the other side.
Lying face down place the Peanut or Foam roller at the top of the quad just under the hip. Support your weight with your hands under your shoulders, to create more pressure either bend the leg underneath the roller or push up in the press up position.
Start on all fours and place the Roller/ball underneath one leg. Make sure you support all of your bodyweight through your hands and other free leg.
Move the Roller/Ball up and down the shin making sure that you find a tight area. You vary the pressure by putting more of your body weight over the leg.
This is an excellent exercise for runners to ease the pain of shin splints.
Place the Peanut/ Foam Roller at the top of the hamstring with the knee bent then and slowly lower your leg on top adjusting the pressure as you go along. Repeat this process by finding the tight area and moving along the length of hamstring.
Pulseroll Roller - Start in a comfortable position on your knees on the floor or on your knees on a chair (as shown) starting from the wrists roll slowly finding tight areas as you are going along and stopping on them and letting the vibration break them down. To massage the hands spread your fingers around the top of the roller and keep your shoulders over your hands and apply pressure while moving hands very slowly from right to left and from the tips of the fingers to the bottom of the palm.
Pulseroll Ball - Using the unique shape of the Pulseball place your arm and forearm in the centre of the ball concentrating on moving your arm slowly from side-to-side finding tight areas as you go. It is easy to adjust the pressure by simple pressing down on top of the ball on hard to break down areas.