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Old 11-05-2013, 11:37 AM   #11
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I would strongly advise that you do them. You can do without them but it will absolutely catch up to you at some point. Foam rolling, stretching and mob. work in general can make a truly profound difference in injury prevention and recovery. I would also suggest some more "hardcore" tools for myofascial release than the traditional foam roller. I use PVC pipes of different diameters to really soften the knots.
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