Myofascial Release for Tight Feet, Calves, & Hamstrings


Struggling with plantar fasciitis or tightness in your feet, calves, or hamstrings? Try these quick self-myofascial exercises for relief. All you need is a PVC pipe and a tennis ball (or a foam roller if you prefer).

Spend less than 10 minutes daily on these exercises for effective results. Give them a try and share your experience with us!

Myofascia Release For Feet & Hamstrings

Here’s a great exercise you can do with a tennis ball to relieve tension in the feet and hamstrings. Be sure to test your hamstrings by reaching down to your toes first. Do it again after the exercise and you’ll notice a difference on how much further you can reach. Take your time with each foot and just keep pressing the bottom of your feet with the ball. Let us know how it goes

Myofascial Release for Calves

Here’s a simple exercise you can do at home using a tennis ball. This will help with individuals dealing with tight calves, shin splints, & plantar fasciitis! Give this a go and experience the relief.

Myofascial Release for Plantar Fasciitis

You’ll need a 2 inch PVC Pipe. You can go pick one up at your nearest hardware store. You want to slowly work your way down the calves while sitting on top of roller. Take your time on this and note this can be very painful for some. Do this daily and you’ll start noticing a difference in your calves and feet. You can also try using a form roller if you do not have a pvc pipe.

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