ASK OUR EXPERTS

Choose Topic
Using 0 of 1024 Possible characters
Home »  Living Healthy »  Post-Workout Soreness: Try These Foam Rolling Exercises To Help Your Tired Muscles Recover

Post-Workout Soreness: Try These Foam Rolling Exercises To Help Your Tired Muscles Recover

Fitness trainer Kayla Itsines, in a new Instagram video, explains how to achieve a good rest day stretch session.

Post-Workout Soreness: Try These Foam Rolling Exercises To Help Your Tired Muscles Recover

Rest and recovery are important for your muscles to avoid injuries

Mild soreness in muscles after a workout session or exercise activity is normal. Physical stress or discomfort is a natural outcome of an activity, especially during the initial stage. The body goes through some amount of physical strain during the exercise sessions and the muscle-building process can take a while. Fitness trainer Kayla Itsines, in a new Instagram video, explains how to achieve a good rest day stretch session. She demonstrates how to use foam rollers to benefit while highlighting the love/hate relationship she has with the equipment.

Perform these recovery exercises after a workout or on rest days

Kayla reveals that she loves foam rollers because they help so much when she is super sore after exercise. Her hate equation is courtesy of the painful experience, at times. 


Get rid of post-workout muscle soreness: Try this ultimate workout

1. Cat Cow (30 seconds)

2. Lat (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

3. Seated Side Stretch (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

4. Glutes (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

5. Pigeon (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

6. Calves (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

7. Calf Pump (60 seconds)

8. Abs (60 seconds)

9. Ab Stretch (60 seconds)

Kayla adds a note that reads, “Feel free to complete these movements for more than 60 seconds - go as long as you need. Especially if you are extra sore after one of my workouts.”

Watch her video here:

Previously, Kayla had shared another exercise video to help relax and de-stress. She demonstrated how to use stretching and foam-rolling to help relax better. For those who exercise regularly but don't sleep well, Kayla said, “save for later and enjoy the video.”

The entire routine was broken down into the following exercises:

1. Glutes (Foam Roller) (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

2. Calves (Foam Roller)  (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

3. Traps (Foam Roller) (30 seconds)

4. Lats (Mermaid) (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

5. Wide Childs Pose  (30 seconds)

6. Hip Flexors (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

7 Glutes (Pigeon) (60 seconds: 30 seconds per side)

Try these exercises and say good bye to post-workout stress.


Promoted
Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com

Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.

COMMENT

DoctorNDTV is the one stop site for all your health needs providing the most credible health information, health news and tips with expert advice on healthy living, diet plans, informative videos etc. You can get the most relevant and accurate info you need about health problems like diabetes, cancer, pregnancy, HIV and AIDS, weight loss and many other lifestyle diseases. We have a panel of over 350 experts who help us develop content by giving their valuable inputs and bringing to us the latest in the world of healthcare.

................... Advertisement ...................

 

FAQ

ASK OUR EXPERTS

Using 0 of 1024 Possible characters
Choose Topic

................... Advertisement ...................

-------------------------------- Advertisement -----------------------------------