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Why Foam Rolling Before Bed Can Relieve Stress and Help You Sleep Better
If you’ve made foam rolling a regular part of your gym routine, that’s great. But I tell clients to add in another session: right before bed. Our lives are inherently active, and the gym isn’t the only place we tax our muscles.
Lifting groceries hits our shoulders, running to catch a train fires our glutes, and sitting upright at a desk requires constant abdominal and back activation. Plus, the stress of the day creeps into our muscles—which you know if you’ve ever noticed your shoulders hiked up toward your ears.
So each night before bed, dig into tight spots.
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