From those training in the gym to office workers sat at a desk all day, lower back pain is one of the most common ailments people experience. This can be due to wear and tear as we age, sports injuries or even conditions such as sciatica.
If your lower back pain is being caused by the tightening of muscles in the area, using a vibrating foam roller can help enhance blood flow to the muscles, alleviate trigger points and soften connective tissue. Being a lightweight, portable roller, it can easily be carried to the gym, home, physio clinic or even your work.
Correct technique and positioning when using a foam roller to target the lower back are essential to produce effective results and not aggravate issues further. In our expert video guide, we show you the best foam rolling technique for lower back muscles, how to get yourself into position and where to place your arms and legs for support.
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