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Mobility Myths with Dr. Quinn: Foam Rolling


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Foam rolling is one of the most popular mobility modalities used by athletes of all-types as a means to warmup, decrease soreness and improve movement, but what is it really doing? Dr. Quinn Henoch is here to discuss the actual mechanisms of foam rolling and how it can be best implemented into your training:

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