Foam Roller For Calf Strains

A foam roller is excellet for recovering from calf strains, especially if you do not have access to regular massage. Here we demonstrate how to use a foam roller when recovering from a torn calf muscle.

The roller can be used on your own, or even better with the aid of a partner to gently roll it up and down your leg.

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