Mobilization and Foam Rolling – Ashton Dover – ’15 Spring Internship Presentation

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Mobilization and Foam Rolling

Ashton Dover recently finished his Spring internship with us at KCSS. In May Ashton graduated with his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Exercise Science from the University of Kansas.

For his final internship research presentation he explored the world of mobilization and foam rolling

Ashton talked about how to look at different mobilization techniques and how to determine whether or not you have any specific mobility deficits. He spends time talking about the glenohumeral joint and how to work with overhead throwing athletes and those who have tighter shoulders. He talks about how to stretch and foam roll, what not to do, and why certain things work. If you are interested in fitness, how to better prepare for sports and athletic activities, and methods of recovery for the body then this presentation is for you.

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