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Foam Rolling Routine

How to Foam Roll Your Lower Legs - Gastrocnemius, Soleus, Flexor Hallucis Longus, Tibialis Anterior, Peroneus Longus, Brevis, and Tertius, and Soles of Feet:

How to Foam Roll Your Thighs and Hips - Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Iliotibial Band, Hip Adductors, Hip Extensors, Hip Rotators, Hip Flexors:

How to Foam Roll Your Spine and Paraspinal Muscles:

How to Foam Roll Your Shoulder Region:

For an overview of exercise progressions that you can work at to improve your mobility and balance in a systematic way, please feel free to visit our Mobility Exercise Progressions page here:

Mobility Exercise Progressions

For some suggestions on how to set up a simple workout area at home, please feel free to view:

Suggested Resources for a Home Gym


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I love how Dr. Kim is always so calm. Tranquility at its finest! Very soothing exercises.

Thanks so much Robin. I do have my moments of exuberance, but for the most part, I try to keep it professional for the videos. :) I'm grateful that you are finding our resources to be helpful.

That adorable dog is calming too. LOL!! Just chillin' while dad does his rolling.