Fit to Succeed

Foam rolling for optimal movement - Episode 39 with Rodney Corn

November 19, 2019 Season 2 Episode 39
Fit to Succeed
Foam rolling for optimal movement - Episode 39 with Rodney Corn
Chapters
00:01:07
Rodney's recent appointment as director of education at Eleiko
00:03:22
Rodney shares how he blends the world's of corrective exercise together with strength and conditioning work
00:05:08
Brief explanation of SOMA
00:06:27
5 quick techniques for managing ongoing stress
00:09:10
General explanation of the foam roller and how it helps optimise human movement
00:15:48
Clarification between self-myofascial release and self-osteofascial engagement
00:21:21
The use of a foam roller as a testing tool to determine muscle and soft tissue function
00:24:08
Comparing muscle range of motion testing results to foam roller testing results
00:28:00
The disconnect between passive joint range of motion and active functional joint motion
00:30:40
Daily stress and other emotional factors impacting on soft tissue health and functional movement
00:32:55
Rodney shares an example of how to apply soft tissue corrective techniques using the foam roller
00:35:10
How to apply the foam roller to rigid joint structures, such as the knee
Fit to Succeed
Foam rolling for optimal movement - Episode 39 with Rodney Corn
Nov 19, 2019 Season 2 Episode 39
Nordic Fitness Education
Rodney Corn joins the show and unfolds the mysteries of the foam roller and how to best apply this for optimal human movement!
Show Notes Chapter Markers

The use of foam rollers, or other self-massage tools, has shifted in recent years from a very niche, rarely seen piece of equipment, to becoming a regular item seen in most gyms that are now used by gym members and fitness trainers alike. The big question is whether foam rollers are being used correctly and can we exploit the potential benefits more effectively?

Guest biography:
Rodney Corn has nearly 30 years of experience in the Health and Fitness industry as a personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach, international educator and presenter, author and researcher. He co-founded SOMA (Self Osteo-Myofascial Applications) with long-time friend and colleague, Ian O’Dwyer (See episode 24 with Ian). Rodney is also the Director of Eleiko Education, promoting performance, learning, and kindness through world-class education and products.

Episode content:
Rodney helps us explore the effects and benefits of foam rolling and how this simple self-massage tool can be utilised to help improve human movement and joint function. There is a vast amount of information and helpful content in this episode, so enjoy!

  • 1.07: Rodney's recent appointment as director of education at Eleiko
  • 3.22: Rodney shares how he blends the world's of corrective exercise together with strength and conditioning work
  • 5.08: Brief explanation of SOMA
  • 6.27: 5 quick techniques for managing ongoing stress
  • 9.10: General explanation of the foam roller and how it helps optimise human movement
  • 15.48: Clarification between self-myofascial release and self-osteofascial engagement
  • 21.21: The use of a foam roller as a testing tool to determine muscle and soft tissue function
  • 24.08: Comparing muscle range of motion testing results to foam roller testing results
  • 28.00: The disconnect between passive joint range of motion and active functional joint motion
  • 30.40: Daily stress and other emotional factors impacting on soft tissue health and functional movement
  • 32.55: Rodney shares an example of how to apply soft tissue corrective techniques using the foam roller
  • 35.10: How to apply the foam roller to rigid joint structures, such as the knee

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Rodney's recent appointment as director of education at Eleiko
Rodney shares how he blends the world's of corrective exercise together with strength and conditioning work
Brief explanation of SOMA
5 quick techniques for managing ongoing stress
General explanation of the foam roller and how it helps optimise human movement
Clarification between self-myofascial release and self-osteofascial engagement
The use of a foam roller as a testing tool to determine muscle and soft tissue function
Comparing muscle range of motion testing results to foam roller testing results
The disconnect between passive joint range of motion and active functional joint motion
Daily stress and other emotional factors impacting on soft tissue health and functional movement
Rodney shares an example of how to apply soft tissue corrective techniques using the foam roller
How to apply the foam roller to rigid joint structures, such as the knee
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