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Everything You Know About Cooling Down Is Wrong

Bodybuilding.com—July 14, 2017

Bodybuilding.com featured Lauren Alix, PT, DPT, CSCS, SFMA, FMS, physical therapist at HSS, in an article about the best practices for cooling down after a workout.

Alix suggested foam rolling because it is "a type of myofascial release that helps you feel looser and lighter". She added that rolling helps break up adhesions and increase blood flow to your muscles which can prevent muscle soreness.

Read the full article at bodybuilding.com

 

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