Health & Wellness
Foam Roll for Muscle Relief, Flexibility, and Strength
In this ongoing course, students will learn the benefits of foam rolling, increase flexibility, and grow in muscle strength.
50 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 8 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
30 minutes per class
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Foam rolling has been shown to increase flexibility and blood flow, to remove muscle tension, improve athletic performance, reduce stress, and restore tissue elasticity. Many of us are sitting far too much theses days, so it is vital to still move you body. This form of exercise increases circulation, helps tissue to heal faster, and allows you to move onto your next sport or workout more easily and with more stamina. Throughout each class, I will lead students though a series of foam...
Students will learn techniques to foam roll for better flexibility, strength, and muscle relieve.
I have over seven and a half years of experience teaching low-impact fitness classes as well as four years of experience teaching movement to students with learning disabilities.
Needed -Foam Roller (Can be purchased on Amazon or at a local store) -Water -Exercise Band (A belt can work as well) -Large Pilates Ball Optional -Mat -Small "Infinity" Foam Roller
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents, please make sure your child has an adequate amount of space to move around in, that they have water to stay hydrated, and that they are in clothing that does not limit movement. Shoes and loose pants are not recommended, as both can be a tripping hazard.
SimoneHighly experienced and energetic teacher/tutor
50 total reviews
65 completed classes
Hello! I have been teaching and tutoring children from ages 2-24 for over 11 years now, at least four of which have been primarily with both the special needs and the autistic population. I have taught a large amount of subjects and materials...