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Intermediate Geriatric Quadriceps Exercises with Foam Roller
The quadriceps (quads) are a group of four muscles on the front of the thigh. They allow your knee to straighten and provide stability when standing. Your quads are the most important muscle group for maintaining the ability to stand and to walk independently.
It is also believed that arthritis pain can be relieved by strengthening the quadriceps muscles which takes pressure off the knees.
The equipment used for foam rolling consists of a foam cylinder of various sizes; commonly 12 inches long, 6 inches in diameter. However, longer foam rolls up to 36 inches in length are produced for rolling over certain muscles in the back.
If you are new to foam rolling, or have particularly tight muscles or severe trigger points, you should start with a softer foam roll. Often the color can help to distinguish the density. White is typically softer, while blue and back tend to be harder.
Foam Rollers can also be used for stability exercises by using the roller as a platform for squats, press ups and core strength exercises.
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