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Old 01-17-2011, 07:45 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Bodybygamma View Post
Yerp rolling pin, pin roller you Canadians are a gas! XD You can use it for the back of the neck, hamstrings,quads, smaller problem spots that its harder to get with the foam roller.

You can also use the lat pull down machines rolling cushions leg place holder things too. I roll against them when I am too jacked to go on the floor lol.
Lol, I tried the rolling pin thing this morning...did help! I can definitely tell my thighs and calves needed some serious rolling...holy sh*t it's going to take me years to roll out all of this, haha.
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