Top BLACKROLL exercises to prevent muscle soreness after snowboarding
Snowboarding engages parts of your body that you don't often use in your everyday life. If you don't prepare yourself with targeted strength training, you might suffer from muscle soreness after snowboarding. Fortunately, there is a miracle weapon to combat this: myofascial self-massage stimulates the muscle regeneration process. Round off the treatment with some stretching exercises.
These exercises are ideal after a long day on the slopes. You're sure to feel regenerated and ready for the next day. We'll be working on leg muscles that are especially pressed when snowboarding:
Studies show that fascia training has a positive effect on muscle soreness from snowboarding.
Spend around a minute focusing on each muscle group after snowboarding. You can also massage longer if you feel that your body is particularly tense in some areas. You should also hold each of the stretching exercises at least until the tension noticeably eases.
Start in forearm support. Place the BLACKROLL under your thighs. Roll out the entire front of your thighs.
In a sitting position, place both thighs on the BLACKROLL. Support yourself with your hands behind your back. Raise your buttocks. Slowly roll out the back of your thighs.
Place the BLACKROLL LOOP BAND around one foot in a sitting position. Extend the leg. Grasp the other end of the strap with both hands. Pull the BLACKROLL LOOP BAND towards your body. Hold this position.
Start in an upright position. Grasp the LOOP BAND with both hands. Raise your right arm above your head in external rotation. Bring your left arm in internal rotation behind your lower back. Pull the right arm up to increase the stretch on the left side.
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